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SCIENCE NEWS: 2019 was 2nd hottest year on record for Earth say NOAA, NASA; Marine heatwave known as ‘the blob’ killed a million US seabirds; Modeling the fall-run chinook salmon lifecycle; Response to fire impacts water levels 40 years into future; and more …

Gymnosperm Stem: Three Year Pinus: Photo by Berkshire Community College In science news this week: 2019 was 2nd hottest year on record for Earth say NOAA, NASA; Pacific Ocean marine heatwave known as 'the blo... Read More...

SCIENCE NEWS: Federal court stops longline fishing to protect turtles; How we can live with humpback whales in SF Bay; San Diego’s native Hermes Copper Butterfly proposed for listing; Washington considers breaching Lower Snake River dams; Catastrophic wildfires in southeastern Australia; and more…

Hermes Copper Butterfly Source: Wiki Commons In science news this week: Federal court stops longline fishing to protect turtles; How we can live with humpback whales in San Francisco Bay; Meet the deep-diving... Read More...

SCIENCE NEWS: California, climate change and the trauma of the last decade; Los Angeles may store water under a lake drained to fill its faucets; Extending El Niño event predictions to a year; Pollution in Polish rivers and the cucumber solution; and more …

Owens Lake Source: Wiki Commons In science news this week: California, climate change and the trauma of the last decade; Los Angeles may store water under a lake drained to fill its faucets; Sustainable Sword... Read More...

SCIENCE NEWS: Bringing sea otters back to San Francisco Bay; 100 years of tiny seashells reveal alarming trend threatening West Coast seafood; Earthquake early warning system sends first public alert to smartphones in California; and more …

Foraminifera Source In science news this week: Bringing sea otters back to San Francisco Bay; 100 years of tiny seashells reveal alarming trend threatening West Coast seafood; A milestone: Earthquake early wa... Read More...

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…

California Newt Source: Wiki Commons 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... Read More...

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…

Mountain Lion Source: Wiki Commons 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 lev... Read More...