Climate change is causing certain key species in the Sierra Nevada mountains to change where they are growing according to a study published by the journal California Fish and Game.
A group of Stanford students taking a biology class entitled Geographic Impacts of Climate Change: Mapping the Stories have mapped out news and journal articles about global change in California.
Starting around the beginning of November and lasting through March, a dense ground fog settles on California’s Central Valley each year. What is Tule Fog? Named after the tule grass wetlands (tulles) found in the area, the Tule Fog is a radiation fog caused by the combination of a high relative humidity (typically after a heavy […]
The European Space Agency has posted high resolution imagery of the northern California fires. A high number of fires are burning in the Big Sur and other areas in California: More than 1000 wildfires have been burning in the area for over a week. Most of the fires were started […]