SCIENCE NEWS: Enhanced Delta smelt monitoring program helps fill the void; Sierra snowpack bigger than last 4 years combined; Report recommends integrated and community-based approaches to data and modeling for the Delta; and more …

In science news this week: Wanted: More smelt data: Enhanced Delta smelt monitoring program helps fill the void; Sierra snowpack bigger than last 4 years combined; Report Recommends Integrated and Community-based Approaches to Data and Modeling for the Delta; Your comments requested on the draft 2017-2021 Delta Science Action Agenda; Tackling invasive iceplant; A decade of Delta research on juvenile […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Innovative program builds partnerships, provides wildlife habitat; The ecology of non-native fish in the San Joaquin River; Scientists link California droughts to distinctive atmospheric waves; Rivers, dams, and drive-by truckers; and more …

In science news this week: Innovative program builds partnerships, provides wildlife habitat; The ecology of non-native fish in the San Joaquin River; Turtles die in Southern California lake following drought and fire; Scientists link California droughts to distinctive atmospheric waves; Rivers, dams, and drive-by truckers; US streams carry surprising mixture of pollutants; 7 cool facts about water striders; An electric […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Tackling resilience: Finding order in chaos to help buffer against climate change; Hell or high water: what floods mean for wildlife; Legends of the lost reservoirs; and more …

In science news this week: Tackling resilience: Finding order in chaos to help buffer against climate change; Hell or high water: what floods mean for wildlife; Rainbow trout return to Orinda after a half century away; Legends of the lost reservoirs; Global growth of ecological, environmental citizen science is fueled by new technology; and Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Collaboration in a time of crisis: NOAA responds to Oroville Dam emergency; Back to the bones of the Delta; Satellites reveal bird habitat loss in California; Asian dust providing key nutrients for California’s sequoias; and more …

In science news this week: Collaboration in a time of crisis: NOAA responds to Oroville Dam emergency; Fish and money: Consequences of the Oroville Dam emergency; Back to the bones of the Delta; Going local buys future for Bayshore; March issue of Estuary News now available; Satellites reveal bird habitat loss in California; PNAS Journal club:  In some cases, water […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Imperiled spring-run chinook salmon released into the San Joaquin River; What’s cuing salmon migration patterns?; El Nino’s gone, but some unusual visitors remain on the North Coast; History of abrupt sinking of Seal Beach wetlands; and more …

In science news this week: Imperiled spring-run chinook salmon released into the San Joaquin River; Anomalous ocean conditions in 2015 may bode poorly for juvenile Chinook salmon survival; What’s cuing salmon migration patterns?; Coho salmon return to Oregon’s Grande Ronde; Fish in a barrel: The benefits of terminal fisheries; Information flows freely, even in a drought; El Nino’s gone, but […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Scientists map seawater threat to California central coast aquifers; Water managers explore new strategies to protect fish in the Bay-Delta; GRACE mission: 15 years of watching water on Earth; and more …

In science news this week: Scientists map seawater threat to California central coast aquifers; Water managers explore new strategies to protect fish in the Bay-Delta; This spring and summer, share the shore with California’s tiniest shorebirds; A splash of river water now reveals the DNA of all its creatures; Recovery: Benefits of a salmon failure; Formed by megafloods, this place […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Peer review for the California Water Fix; Robotic irrigation coming to California vineyards; In the agricultural heartland of the Northwest Pacific, a water plan that protects people and nature; and more …

In science news this week: Peer review for the California Water Fix; Robotic irrigation coming to California vineyards; Odds of reaching 100% (or more) precipitation for water year 2017 (March update); Alameda point harbor seals thriving on new dock; Uncovering the hidden life of soil; Prehistoric quakes discovered along San Andreas fault; In the agricultural heartland of the Northwest Pacific, […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: NASA data show San Joaquin Valley still sinking; Contaminants in the Bay Delta; California’s rain may shed light on new questions about what causes earthquakes; Slower snowmelt in a warming world; and more …

In science news this week: NASA data show California’s San Joaquin Valley still sinking; Tainted waters: Contaminants in the Bay Delta; California’s rain may shed light on new questions about what causes earthquakes; Defining snow drought and why it matters; Slower snowmelt in a warming world; USGS Publication: ‘State of the Salton Sea—A Science & Monitoring Meeting of Scientists for […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Stormy weather: How the USGS goes to work monitoring its effects; Atmospheric rivers found to carry more wind than thought; NASA: Snow science in support of our nation’s water supply; and more …

In science news this week: Stormy weather: How the USGS goes to work monitoring its effects; Atmospheric rivers found to carry more wind than thought; NASA: Snow science in support of our nation’s water supply; The secret of scientists who impact policy; Sum of their parts: Researchers use math to foster environmental protection; and Surface Water Mapping Tool Stormy weather: […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: In the Sierra, new approaches to protecting forests under stress; Severe West Coast erosion during 2015-2016; New study identifies organic matter composition as a critical factor controlling mercury methylation; and more …

In science news this week: In the Sierras, new approaches to protecting forests under stress; Severe West Coast erosion during 2015-2016; Data on blue whales off California helps protect their distant relatives; Monarch overwintering numbers remain low in the West despite conservation efforts; New study identifies organic matter composition as a critical factor controlling mercury methylation; Why nature restoration takes […]

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