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February 08 2012

22:09

Surplus Renewable Energy: An Update

From interregional sharing to the development of batteries, the energy secretary offers ideas for coping with a sudden oversupply of power to the grid.
12:59

Hatcheries vs. Wild Salmon

Salmon populations in California's Mokelumne watershed are on the rise, but it turns out that only 4 percent are of wild origins.

February 28 2011

19:43

Climate Change Takes Toll on the Lodgepole Pine

The tall, slender pines, once used widely by Native American tribes as poles for teepee lodges, could largely disappear from the region by the end of the century if current climate trends persist, researchers say.

October 24 2010

01:21

Another Winter of Extremes in Store for U.S. as La Niña Strengthens

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/10/101022072152.htm ScienceDaily (Oct. 22, 2010) — The Pacific Northwest should brace for a colder and wetter than average winter, while most of the South and Southeast will be warmer and drier than average through February 2011, according to the annual Winter Outlook released Oct. 21, 2010 by NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. A moderate to strong [...]

October 19 2010

15:33

July 07 2010

11:46

Sudden Surplus Calls for Quick Thinking

Last month the Bonneville Power Administration, a federal agency that oversees power transmission in the Pacific Northwest, had more energy than it could comfortably use.

April 23 2010

16:06

On Our Radar: Tracking Asian Monsoons

Using tree rings, scientists chart Asian monsoons back to the Middle Ages and link the collapse of the Ming dynasty to drought.
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