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The phenomenon is both spectacular and mysterious: How do the insects learn these particular routes and why do they stick to them?
MENLO PARK, Calif., Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- It's 1,110 miles long and 80% of Californians live within an hour's drive of it. It's been celebrated in books, music, and movies. It's gorgeous, it's joyous, it's economically and ecologically vital and it's irreplaceable. It's the California coast.
In a crushing defeat for environmentalists, the Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday the US Navy can conduct sonar training exercises off the southern California coast without restrictions designed to protect whales, dolphins and other marine mammals.
By Paul Rogers It was largely overlooked amid Wall Street's meltdown, but Congress made a major environmental shift this week when lawmakers dropped a 26-year ban on new offshore oil drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
By Bob Breen THE CALIFORNIA COAST has been called one of the most biodiverse marine ecosystems in the world. Our coast needs the protection that meets standards set by most marine scientists that fully protects recreational and educational opportunities, as well as enhances depleted fisheries.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear an appeal on a Bush Administration ruling that restricted the Navyâ€™s use of sonar off the southern California coast. Environmental groups said the training exercises could harm endangered whales and other marine mammals.
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