A team of scientists including Ben Frable of UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography discovered a new species of tropical fish during an expedition to remote Mexican islands, it was announced Wednesday.
Environmental groups and tribes say the proposal would protect desert ecosystems, cultural resources and recreational land enjoyed by the valley’s communities of color.
A new report from the First Street Foundation finds evidence that climate change is having an impact on air quality, especially in California and the West. The group’s computer models predict things will continue to get worse.
Extreme wildfires have destroyed about one-fifth of all giant sequoia trees. To safeguard their future, the National Park Service is planting seedlings that could better survive a hotter climate.
The report says the storm lost tropical characteristics and degenerated to a post-tropical cyclone over northern Baja California before a new system absorbed its remnants and moved into the United States. Damage was estimated at $900 million in the U.S.
While Southern California has seen historic rains, Northern California is only approaching average.
A solution is on the horizon for a landslide that stopped passenger train service through San Clemente.
The settlement of two lawsuits will place heightened scrutiny on the city's efforts to reduce greenhouse gases.
Saturated California gets more rain and snow, but so far escapes severe damage it saw only weeks agoSome flood watches and warnings were expected to remain in effect into Wednesday.
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