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  • Inclusion of Pesticide Transformation Products Is Key to Estimating Pesticide Exposures and Effects in Small U.S. Streams

    Inclusion of Pesticide Transformation Products Is Key to Estimating Pesticide Exposures and Effects in Small U.S. Streams

    American Chemical Society (ACS) | March 10, 2021...
    Summary

    Improved analytical methods can quantify hundreds of pesticide transformation products (TPs), but understanding of TP occurrence and potential toxicity in aquatic ecosystems remains...

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  • Bulletin No. 2 Water Utilization and Requirements of California, Volume 2

    Bulletin No. 2 Water Utilization and Requirements of California, Volume 2

    California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | June 30, 1955...
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    Click here for Volume 1

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  • Irregular Focal Mechanisms Observed at Salton Sea Geothermal Field: Possible Influences of Anthropogenic Stress Perturbations

    Irregular Focal Mechanisms Observed at Salton Sea Geothermal Field: Possible Influences of Anthropogenic Stress Perturbations

    Stanford University | February 12, 2018...
    Summary

    At the Salton Sea Geothermal Field (SSGF), strain accumulation is released through seismic slip and aseismic deformation. Earthquake activity at the SSGF often...

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  • Tectonic evolution of the Salton Sea inferred from seismic reflection data

    Tectonic evolution of the Salton Sea inferred from seismic reflection data

    Nature Geoscience | July 26, 2009...
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    Oblique extension across strike-slip faults causes subsidence and leads to the formation of pull-apart basins such as the Salton Sea in southern California....

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  • State and green crimes related to water pollution and ecological disorganization: water pollution from publicly owned treatment works (POTW) facilities across US states

    State and green crimes related to water pollution and ecological disorganization: water pollution from publicly owned treatment works (POTW) facilities across US states

    Palgrave Communications | August 1, 2017...
    Summary

    Green criminologists often refer to water pollution as an example of a green crime, but have yet to produce much research on this subject....

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  • Evaluation of Non-hydrostatic Simulations of Northeast Pacific Atmospheric Rivers and Comparison to In-situ Observations

    Evaluation of Non-hydrostatic Simulations of Northeast Pacific Atmospheric Rivers and Comparison to In-situ Observations

    American Meteorological Society (AMS) | August 31, 2015...
    Summary

    Atmospheric rivers are long, narrow bands of concentrated atmospheric water vapor transport that provide an important atmospheric linkage between the subtropics and the...

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  • Simulating and Evaluating Atmospheric River-Induced Precipitation Extremes along the U.S. Pacific Coast: Case Studies from 1980-2017

    Simulating and Evaluating Atmospheric River-Induced Precipitation Extremes along the U.S. Pacific Coast: Case Studies from 1980-2017

    American Geophysical Union (AGU) | January 29, 2020...
    Summary

    Atmospheric rivers (ARs) are responsible for a majority of extreme precipitation and flood events along the U.S. West Coast. To better understand the...

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  • Future precipitation increase from very high resolution ensemble downscaling of extreme atmospheric river storms in California

    Future precipitation increase from very high resolution ensemble downscaling of extreme atmospheric river storms in California

    Science Advances, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) | July 15, 2020...
    Summary

    Precipitation extremes will likely intensify under climate change. However, much uncertainty surrounds intensification of high-magnitude events that are often inadequately resolved by global...

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  • Causes of Variability in Suspended‐Sand Concentration Evaluated Using Measurements in the Colorado River in Grand Canyon

    Causes of Variability in Suspended‐Sand Concentration Evaluated Using Measurements in the Colorado River in Grand Canyon

    American Geophysical Union (AGU) | July 29, 2020...
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    Rivers commonly exhibit substantial variability in suspended‐sand concentration, even at constant water discharge. Here we derive an approach for evaluating how much of...

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