SCIENCE NEWS: Groundwater recharge: Refilling the lakes beneath our feet; Turning the tide on sea level rise; A restored habitat grows up; Regreening the planet could account for one-third of climate mitigation; and more …

In science news this week: Groundwater recharge: Refilling the lakes beneath our feet; Turning the tide on sea level rise; A restored habitat grows up; Drinker installation benefits bighorn and other desert species; Regreening the planet could account for one-third of climate mitigation; Cocktail tests on toxic waste called for; Precipitation patterns during every La Nina winter since 1950 Groundwater […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: How do we deflect Delta invasions?; Climate conditions behind deadly October 2017 wildfires; Salt marsh research warns of pumpkin-colored ‘zombies’; Rainstorm generator assesses watershed rainfall under climate change simulations; and more …

In science news this week: How do we deflect Delta invasions?; Climate conditions behind deadly October 2017 wildfires; Salt marsh research warns of pumpkin-colored ‘zombies’; Soil holds potential to slow global warming, researchers find; Rainstorm generator assesses watershed rainfall under climate change simulations; Droughts and wildfires: How global warming is drying up the North American monsoon; Decision to rescind WOTUS […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Potential pathways between oil and gas activities and protected groundwater; Wildlife corridors at Yolo Bypass will help animals escape flooding; Quantifying the benefits of cutting carbon; and more …

In science news this week: Potential pathways between oil and gas activities and protected groundwater; Wildlife corridors at Yolo Bypass will help animals escape flooding; Annual Southern Sea Otter Survey; Forum fosters native Southern California oyster restoration; A water year for the record books; Quantifying the benefits of cutting carbon; New measurements show widespread forest loss has reversed role of […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Dams and other barriers to salmon spawning grounds create challenges for fisheries managers; Reproduction Self Destruction: Trojan males as invasive species control; Scientists monitor Silicon Valley’s underground water reserves – from space; and more …

In science news this week: Dams and other barriers to salmon spawning grounds create challenges for fisheries managers; There’s something fishy about those trees; Evolutionary genomics informs salmon conservation; Reproduction Self Destruction: Trojan males as invasive species control; Snorkel surveys reveal the fish world of Mount Tam’s creeks; Warm Northwest waters drawing spawning fish north; Scientists monitor Silicon Valley’s underground […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Kelp Survey; Protected waters foster resurgence of West Coast rockfish; Warm waters off of West Coast has lingering effects on salmon; Saving the sucker; and more …

In science news this week: Kelp Survey; Protected waters foster resurgence of West Coast rockfish; Warm waters off of West Coast has lingering effects on salmon; Saving the sucker; The great nutrient collapse CA Department of Fish and Wildlife Kelp Survey:  “Beneath the waters off the California coast are vast forests that are home to an astounding variety of plants […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Salty soils: Can California recover?; Increases in wildfire-caused erosion could impact water supply and quality in the West; CA’s climate future suggests more volatility and a key role for atmospheric rivers; and more …

In science news this week: Salty soils: Can California recover?; The mystery of the disappearing eelgrass in Morro Bay; Wise conservation solution protects owls and aviators at NAS Lemoore; Increases in wildfire-caused erosion could impact water supply and quality in the West; California’s climate future suggests more volatility and a key role for atmospheric rivers; New story map showcases NOAA […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Massive sensor network helps scientists monitor mountain water resources; Water science in the Tahoe Basin; Look at what they pulled out of Lake Tulloch; and more …

In science news this week: Massive sensor network helps scientists monitor mountain water resources; Water science in the Tahoe Basin; Look at what they pulled out of Lake Tulloch; NOAA Fisheries partnership with local fishing vessels build collaboration with industry; Ocean surveys show poor outlook for Columbia salmon; Wildfire and invasive species drives increasing size and cost of public land […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Snorkel surveys provide valuable information for restoring Chinook salmon, steelhead in Central Valley; The value of a California salmon; Golden trout relocation; 10 really weird animals of the Anthropocene; and more …

In science news this week: Snorkel surveys provide valuable information for restoring Chinook salmon, steelhead in Central Valley; The value of a California salmon; Golden trout relocation; Collapse at salmon farm renews debate about fish farming; Climate may quickly drive forest-eating beetles north, says study: Pines in Canada and much of US at risk; Climate change could cause fish to […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: California storms help salmon by reviving habitat; Endangered California condors roosting in the western Sierra for the first time in 40 years; Creeping earth could hold secret to deadly landslides; and more …

In science news this week:  California storms help salmon by reviving habitat; California: The state of salmon; Endangered California condors roosting in the western Sierra for the first time in 40 years; Creeping earth could hold secret to deadly landslides; What causes algal blooms to become toxic?; Climate change and habitat conversion combine to homogenize nature; Stitching together the new […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Study reveals the evolutionary history of imperiled salmon stocks; Pescadero community restores floodplain; Hunt for San Francisco Bay shark killer zeroes in on a suspect; Green sea turtles adapting to life in the San Gabriel River’s murky flow; and more …

In science news this week: Study reveals the evolutionary history of imperiled salmon stocks; Pescadero community restores floodplain; Hunt for San Francisco Bay shark killer zeroes in on a suspect; Scientists keep an eye on green sea turtles adapting to life in the San Gabriel River’s murky flows; It’s time for stream policy to catch up with the science; and […]

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