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Trestles, a supercomputer launched earlier this year by the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, is proving itself as a valuable resource for researchers across a wide range of disciplines, from astrophysics to molecular dynamics, who need access to computational resources with rapid turnaround.
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- All previous allusions of competitive, high-performance surfing are about to be shattered when the world's best surfers descend upon California's premier wave, San Onofre State Beach - Lower Trestles.
www.openarchitecturenetwork.org/trestles SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Access to Trestles, one of North America's most celebrated waves, is under threat due to safety and environmental concerns.
Bush Administration Rejects Toll Road Agency Request to Override California Decision: U.S. Commerce Department Says Toll Road Not in National Interest and Alternatives Exist LOS ANGELES, Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to today's announcement by the U.S.
DEL MAR, Calif. (AP) -- More than 1,000 people turned out Monday at a public hearing over a proposed toll road that would pass through one of Southern California's most popular parks and nearby a world-class surf break.
Supporters and outside experts presented a steady stream of facts and overwhelming evidence here today that the proposed route for the completion of State Route 241 to connect with Interstate 5 south of San Clemente is safe for the environment, watershed, wildlife, campers, surfing and the beaches, countering the emotional appeals and propaganda from anti-road factions.
The proposed route for the extension of State Route 241 to connect with Interstate 5 south of San Clemente on Camp Pendleton is safe for the environment, watershed, wildlife, campers, surfing and the beaches, according to testimony presented today during a U.S.
Opponents of the completion of State Route 241 continued to use emotional appeals and myths about damage to parks and beaches during a U.S.
Supporters and outside experts will present a steady stream of facts today providing detailed evidence that the proposed route for the completion of State Route 241 to connect with Interstate 5 south of San Clemente is safe for the environment, watershed, wildlife, campers, surfing and the beaches.
for the Transportation Corridor Agencies Jennifer Seaton, 949-754-3417 A poll released by the California State Parks Foundation today found that 70% of Orange County residents have heard about plans to build a toll road to connect to the 241 south of San Clemente.