SCIENCE NEWS: Improving habitat at the Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve; Drone use in fisheries research; A new way to measure how water moves; New viruses discovered in endangered wild Pacific salmon populations; and more …

In science news this week: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and partners are working to improve habitat at the Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve; Flying High: Drone Use in Fisheries Research; As temperatures rise, more California forests will burn; A New Way to Measure How Water Moves; New viruses discovered in endangered wild Pacific salmon populations; Seaweed farming as a […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Climate change and competition reduce freshwater rearing in salmon; South Sacto habitat plan balances urban growth with open space; DWR to study removal methods of highly-invasive plant in Suisun Marsh; Pulse flows planned for Owens River Gorge; and more …

In science news this week: Climate Change and Competition Reduce Freshwater Rearing in Salmon; Creating a legacy for South Sacramento: Habitat conservation plan balances urban growth with open space; DWR Awarded Prop 1 Grant to Study Removal Methods of Highly-Invasive Plant in Suisun Marsh; A special weir for special fish; Pulse Flows Expected to Boost Brown Trout Fishery in Owens […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Scientists pinpoint parasite killing sea otters; SF Zoo brings red-legged frogs back to Yosemite; Beaver reintroduction key to solving freshwater biodiversity crisis; How algal blooms affect coastal systems; and more …

In science news this week: What’s Killing Sea Otters? Scientists Pinpoint Parasite Strain Genetic Link Found Between Deadly Pathogen and Wild and Feral Cats on Land; Bird Bonanza: Sooty Shearwater Migration; San Francisco Zoo brings red-legged frogs back to Yosemite; Radio show: Managing Shasta Dam For Cold- and Warm-Water Fish; Beaver reintroduction key to solving freshwater biodiversity crisis; Tiny Toxins: […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Shasta dam releases can be managed to benefit both salmon and sturgeon, study finds; New maps show how little is left of West Coast estuaries; Understanding how fish deal with drought; Blue vs. green: The color of water policy; and more …

In science news this week: Shasta dam releases can be managed to benefit both salmon and sturgeon, study finds; New maps show how little is left of West Coast estuaries; Understanding How Fish Deal with Drought; The crash of the kelp forests; New Technologies Reducing Uncertainty in Estimation of River Flow; Are we really protecting rivers from pollution? It’s hard […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Back-to-back low snow years will become more common; New mapping reveals lost West Coast estuary habitat; Voracious flowers of the tidepool; Fear of human voices can shape an ecosystem; Do salmon make decisions as a group?; and more …

In science news this week: Back-to-back low snow years will become more common; New mapping reveals lost West Coast estuary habitat; Voracious Flowers of the Tidepool; Ocean Acidification Alters Salmon’s Sense of Smell; Fear of Human Voices Can Shape an Ecosystem; Do Salmon Make Decisions as a Group?; Airborne Plastic Is Blowing All the Way to the Arctic; and more […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: A diverse Delta: Integrating social and natural sciences; Removing tiny shrimp may help climate-proof Lake Tahoe’s clarity; Microplastics: Not just an ocean Problem; Swimming worms in SF Bay, Climate change and methylmercury, and more …

In science news this week: A Diverse Delta: Integrating Social and Natural Sciences; Removing Tiny Shrimp May Help Climate-Proof Lake Tahoe’s Clarity; Microplastics: Not Just an Ocean Problem; Endangered Shasta Crayfish Have New Refuge in Rock Creek; Research cruise off California finds life lacking in parts of the ocean; Meet the Bay’s Incredible Swimming Worms; Climate change likely to increase […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Water cycle is speeding up over much of the U.S.; The genetics of Yosemite’s trout; Genetic “nets” detect DNA as accurately as real ones; Scientists teaching sturgeon to hunt; Coming to pay per view: Reigning champ ocean vs. the scrappy land; and more …

In science news this week: Water Cycle is Speeding Up Over Much of the U.S.; An Ocean Away: The Genetics of Yosemite’s Trout; Global Warming Is Pushing Pacific Salmon to the Brink, Federal Scientists Warn; Genetic “Nets” Detect DNA as Accurately as Real Ones, New Research Shows; At a California oyster hatchery, farming native seaweed improved water quality; Scientists Are […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Some Pacific salmon populations are especially at risk from climate change; Discovering Delta data online; CA’s disappearing kelp forests; Climate change is very real but uncertain; Fighting climate change by reducing cow burps; and more …

In science news this week: Some Pacific salmon populations are especially at risk from climate change; Discovering Delta Data Online; California’s Disappearing Kelp Forests: What Scientists and Divers can do to Reverse this Trend; Nature: the next big thing in climate adaptation technology?; San Francisco State team tests surprising new tools for slowing climate change; The California Tree Mortality Data […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: First reintroduced salmon return to CA rivers; Dialing in on temperatures for winter-run salmon; How much water do snowpacks hold? A better way to answer the question; House attempts to block relocation of the USGS; and more …

In science news this week: First reintroduced salmon return to California rivers in a critical step towards recovery; Hot and Cold: Dialing in on Temperatures for Winter-Run Salmon; Putting Nature on the Map (Literally); Delta Independent Science Board seeks comment on Interagency Ecological Program review; How much water do snowpacks hold? A better way to answer the question; Through smoke […]

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SCIENCE NEWS: Invertebrates with altitude: Effects of drought in mountain streams; Vintner steps forward to protect endangered salmon; Fish hitch a ride in bird guts; Is wildfire management ‘for the birds?’; and more …

In science news this week: Invertebrates with Altitude: Effects of Drought in Mountain Streams; Photo Essay: The Vegan Trout; California Vintner Steps Forward to Protect Endangered Salmon; Food flight: Fish Hitch a Ride in Bird Guts; Raised in Rice Fields; Is wildfire management ‘for the birds?’; A Drier Future Sets the Stage for More Wildfires; Great Plains’ Ecosystems Have Shifted […]

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