Monthly Archives: December 2020

We Wish You A Silly Fishmas

by Kim Luke Night Before Fishmas “Twas the night before Fishmas, when all through the spaceNot a creature was stirring, not even a Dace;The fyke nets were hung by the boat dock with care,In hopes that St. Fish-olas soon would … Continue reading

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Picture this research – a photo blog from the Center for Watershed Sciences

by Scientists at CWS Holidays are a natural time of introspection on who we are, what we do, and why. Towards a bit of our own self-reflection, some researchers from UC Davis’ Center for Watershed Sciences (CWS) have each contributed … Continue reading

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Making “productive” assessments of California’s ecosystems

by Andrew L. Rypel Conservation science and restoration ecology are challenging and interdisciplinary fields. Managing for ecological function necessitates focus on multiple scales of ecological organization while simultaneously integrating feedback loops with critical environmental drivers like temperature, flow and habitat … Continue reading

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Is California Heading for a Multi-Year Drought?

by Jay Lund Yes, California will have another multi-year drought.  California has immense hydrologic variability, with more droughts and floods per average year than any other part of the country.  California’s water users, managers, and regulators should always be prepared … Continue reading

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