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County Web Application Ranks Beach Water Quality

May 25
By City News Service

With Memorial Day weekend signifying summer's unofficial start, San Diego County officials Friday urged beachgoers to use their "Check In Before You Get In" web application.

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Tips For San Diego Summer Camping

May 25
By Michael Lipkin

San Diego’s natural beauty makes it a perfect spot for camping close to home.

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Third Dead Whale In A Week Washes Ashore In California

May 24
By Associated Press

Another dead gray whale washed ashore in California, the fifth dead whale found in the San Francisco Bay Area since March and the third since Friday.

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After Public Shaming, SANDAG Has More Bike Project Delays

May 24
By Andrew Bowen

A proposed budget for SANDAG, the countywide transportation agency, contains delays for several bike projects. SANDAG has come under criticism lately because of its slow rollout of its regional bikeways program.

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How A Climate Scientist Became An Ecovangelist For His Children's Future

May 24
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Peter Kalmus, a NASA climate scientist, set out to reduce his own personal carbon footprint. He reduced his use of fossil fuels over a four-year period and wrote a book about what normal people can do to lessen their impact on the planet.

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Oceanside Beaches Won't Get Additional Sand This Summer

May 23
By Alison St John

Oceanside is preparing for the summer season without the benefit of fresh sand pumped onto its beaches. The annual dredging of the Oceanside harbor mouth has been delayed.

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Group Of Local Officials Oppose State Water Tax Bill

May 23
By City News Service

A group of San Diego area business, civic and water industry officials voiced opposition Wednesday to a water tax bill currently making its way through the Assembly.

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What Does A Melting Glacier Sound Like?

May 23
By Michael Lipkin

It sounds like a riddle, but the answer could help Scripps Institution of Oceanography climate scientists develop a new way to monitor rising ocean levels.

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San Diego Parks Get Good Marks

May 23
By Erik Anderson

San Diego got good marks in a national survey of parks in the country's largest 100 cities.

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Study Aims To Tackle Cross-Border Sewage Spills

May 18
By City News Service

Researchers will evaluate ways to improve and expand sewage diversion infrastructure, as well as methods to optimize existing facilities during rain, storms and other weather events that typically increase sewage flows.

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