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A coniferous view of the link between snowmelt and water supplies in the U.S. West
Global warming has forced alpine chipmunks in Yosemite to higher ground, prompting a startling decline in the species' genetic diversity, according to a new study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley.
The traffic of genes among populations may help living things better adapt to climate change, especially when genes flow among groups most affected by warming.
Snowpack Levels at 61% of Average; State Water Contractors Urge Long-Term Delta Fix Along With Conservation SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan.
By Alex Breitler, The Record, Stockton, Calif. Jun. 26--Two years of drought have California's water managers scrambling. What if we had 200 years of drought? It's happened, a number of scientists say. And it could happen again.
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