SCIENCE NEWS: Check-Up On San Francisco Estuary Health; Which Bay Area Salamander Are You?; What Happened to Commercial Crab Season?; Atmospheric river storms create $1 billion-a-year flood damage; Do Hawks Eat Pets?; Studying water quality with satellites and public data; and more…

In science news this week: Check-Up On San Francisco Estuary Health; Which Bay Area Salamander Are You?; What Happened to Commercial Crab Season?; Atmospheric river storms create $1 billion-a-year flood damage; Do Hawks Eat Pets?; Studying water quality with satellites and public data; and more… Check-Up On San Francisco Estuary Health “The San Francisco Estuary covers a large swath of […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: The twilight world of gray foxes; Fish in CA estuaries are evolving as climate change alters their habitat; Coastal fog linked to high levels of mercury found in mountain lions, study finds; In the Sierra, scientists bet on ‘survivor’ trees to withstand drought and climate change; and more…

In science news this week: The Twilight World of Gray Foxes; Fish in California estuaries are evolving as climate change alters their habitat; Coastal fog linked to high levels of mercury found in mountain lions, study finds; In the Sierra, scientists bet on ‘survivor’ trees to withstand drought and climate change; A lifetime of noise: what are the costs?; Hide […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: What would a powerful earthquake feel like where you live?; Improving salmon abundance forecasting; Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about turkeys; and more…

In science news this week: What would a powerful earthquake feel like where you live?; Biggest California earthquake in two decades ruptured on at least 24 faults; Gray Insect Clouds Descend on Berkeley; Fishy Fortune Teller: Improving Salmon Abundance Forecasting; Climate Whiplash: Wild Swings in Extreme Weather Are on the Rise; Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Turkeys; Bats […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Can the long-lost abalone make a comeback in California; How to start adapting to CA’s “Precipitation Whiplash”; The vulnerability of salmon populations to climate change; When turkeys attack; and more…

In science news this week: Can the long-lost abalone make a comeback in California; How to Start Adapting to California’s “Precipitation Whiplash”; Bustin’ Berms: The Restoration Of Tule Red; When Turkeys Attack; Research sheds new light on earthquake that killed 9,000 people; Silver-backed chevrotains have been ‘rediscovered’ by science after 29 years; and more… Can the long-lost abalone make a […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Bustin’ berms: The restoration of Tule Red; Researchers look to wetlands to increase Delta water quality; What’s that fish jumping at the shallow bay’s edge?; Best of frenemies: unexpected role of social networks in ecology; and more…

In science news this week: Bustin’ berms: The restoration of Tule Red; Researchers look to wetlands to increase Delta water quality; What’s That Fish Jumping at the Shallow Bay’s Edge?; The Curious Case of the Jerusalem Cricket; It’s all in the genes: how water pollution keeps silver carp at bay; Best of Frenemies: Unexpected Role of Social Networks in Ecology; Dozens […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: What we can learn about the coast from sick sea otters; Saving the Vaquita: new promises and new threats; Insights from century-old salmon scales; and more … and more …

In science news this week: What We Can Learn about the Coast from Sick Sea Otters; Saving the Vaquita: New Promises and New Threats;  Genetic Time Machine: Insights from Century-old Salmon Scales; Streamside Vegetation Can Capture Pesticides; 50 Fish, 50 States: Small Stream Wonders; and more… What We Can Learn about the Coast from Sick Sea Otters “Melissa Miller’s job […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Unprecedented movement detected on CA earthquake fault capable of 8.0 temblor; Salmon promote songbird diversity; Wrapping up a welcome water year; The antique technology still taking the ocean’s pulse; and more …

In science news this week: Unprecedented movement detected on California earthquake fault capable of 8.0 temblor; California rolls out first statewide earthquake early warning system; Fish & Feathers: Salmon Promote Songbird Diversity; Wrapping Up a Welcome Water Year; The Antique Technology Still Taking the Ocean’s Pulse; Sockeye salmon to return to Okanagan Lake for first time in over 50 years; […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Chinook salmon flocking to revitalized San Joaquin River; California power shutdowns raise air pollution worries; Our energy grid is vulnerable. Locally sourced power may be the answer; On the Northwest’s Snake River, the case for dam removal grows; and more …

In science news this week: Chinook Salmon Flocking to Revitalized San Joaquin River; California power shutdowns raise air pollution worries; Our energy grid is vulnerable. Locally sourced power may be the answer; On the Northwest’s Snake River, the Case for Dam Removal Grows; Ancient Maya canals and fields show early and extensive impacts on tropical forests;  Researchers map the evolutionary […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Otherworldly worms with three sexes discovered in Mono Lake: Valley Fever the Focus of Public Event; Collapse of desert bird populations likely due to heat stress from climate change; and more …

In science news this week: Otherworldly worms with three sexes discovered in Mono Lake: Valley Fever the Focus of Public Event; Collapse of desert bird populations likely due to heat stress from climate change; How Monarch Butterflies Evolved to Eat a Poisonous Plant; Hurricane Dorian Was Worthy of a Category 6 Rating; Restoring Emiquon’s “Wetland of Dreams”; and more… Otherworldly […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: The largest land sale in California; 240 cubic miles of magma was just discovered beneath California’s supervolcano; The birds come back to the Bay; New proposal for expanded killer whale critical habitat; and more …

  In science news this week:  The Largest Land Sale in California; 240 Cubic Miles Of Magma Was Just Discovered Beneath California’s Supervolcano; The Birds Come Back to the Bay; New proposal for expanded killer whale critical habitat reflects latest science; Warm It Up: Balancing The Needs Of Sturgeon, Salmon, And Humans; and more… The Largest Land Sale in California […]

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