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Bill Seeks To Improve, Preserve American River Parkway

February 8, 2016 | Ed Joyce

Legislation introduced in the California state Assembly would create the Lower American River Conservancy to improve, protect, preserve and possibly expand the 5,000-acre American River Parkway.

Ed Joyce / Capital Public Radio

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El Niño 'Takes A Break'

February 5, 2016 | Ed Joyce

January brought above-average rainfall and snow to much of California, partly due to El Niño. But forecasters say the ocean warming condition is "taking a break" for the next week or longer.

Amy Quinton / Capital Public Radio

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Scientists Link Oil And Gas Activity To Earthquakes In California

February 4, 2016 | Amy Quinton

Scientists have linked wastewater disposal from oil and gas activity to earthquakes in California for the first time.

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Report Looks At How Climate Change Could Affect The Truckee River Basin

February 4, 2016 | Amy Quinton

A new federal study takes an in-depth look at how climate change will affect the Truckee River Basin. The Basin includes the Truckee and Carson Rivers, Pyramid Lake and Lake Tahoe.

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Communities Divided On Crude-by-Rail Proposals

February 4, 2016

A statewide conflict over whether to allow more trains carrying crude oil into California is coming to a head.

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Drought Remains 'Very Serious' In California

February 4, 2016 | Ed Joyce

The U.S. Drought Monitor says, other than a slight reduction in exceptional drought in the northern Sierra, it needs more time to assess impacts of the recent moisture on California's long-term drought.

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