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NOAA Installing“Atmospheric River” Monitoring Stations On Coast

NOAA Installing“Atmospheric River” Monitoring Stations On Coast

Just days after a soaking winter storm hit the state NOAA announced that its scientists and colleagues are installing the first of four long-term “atmospheric river observatories” in coastal California…

Big Boost For California Water Supply After Record Storms / Northern Sierra At 212% of Normal

Big Boost For California Water Supply After Record Storms / Northern Sierra At 212% of Normal

One storm event doesn’t make a water year….or does it? Several California Dept Of Water Resources indexes published this week after a 5 day sequence of storms pounded northern California…

HOME PRICES REBOUND ACCELERATES IN NOVEMBER – Asking-Price Gains In Sacramento / Inland Empire

HOME PRICES REBOUND ACCELERATES IN NOVEMBER – Asking-Price Gains In Sacramento / Inland Empire

SAN FRANCISCO, December 4, 2012 – Trulia today released the latest findings from the Trulia Price Monitor and the Trulia Rent Monitor, the earliest leading indicators available of trends in home prices and rents. Based on the…

Tulare County Citrus Restrictions Scaled Back To Five Miles

Tulare County Citrus Restrictions Scaled Back To Five Miles

USDA and Tulare County are announcing a scaled back version of a proposed 20 mile quarantine after three recent finds of an Asian Citrus Psyllid in traps in Tulare County’s…

National Geographic Features Region’s Big Trees

National Geographic Features Region’s Big Trees

The latest issue of the National Geographic Magazine (December) features a cover story on climbing Sequoia National Park’s Big Trees to study and measure them. One recent study led by…

Is Storm Sign Of Wet Winter? Precipitation Totals For Latest Deluge Impressive

Is Storm Sign Of Wet Winter? Precipitation Totals For Latest Deluge Impressive

What has been describes as a mammoth winter storm fed by a river of  atmospheric moisture served up several doses of a tropical deluge into Northern and Central California from…

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