Estuary News shares some colorful history this December, exploring long-ago floods, crashes, missteps, and bird-sightings. And because we are reporters with long attention spans, we also follow up on our old stories. Special this month, Julie Beagle shares Wicked Scary Sea Level Rise Stories in a Science-in-Short podcast.
This issue of ESTUARY News has a fishy focus, summarizing 12 years of research on the fish-friendly Yolo Bypass, and profiling one man who has spent a lifetime helping fish around dams. Reporters take you out on the Delta to survey fish with cameras not nets, and into the offshore ocean to troll for salmon […]
This special issue explores climate adaptation activities in 12 counties around the Bay and Delta. Projects range from planning how to lift big infrastructure like Highway 37 and the Dumbarton Bridge approach out of the future flood waters to putting cameras on wildlands subject to wildfire and ridgetops rained on by atmospheric rivers. From small […]
This issue celebrates the ambition of working on the watershed scale. In five stories, we explore everything from dam removal to cold water releases for steelhead to the restoration of creek mouths and former flood control channels. We listen in on where the salmon are moving as they migrate from the Sacramento River’s headwaters to […]