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KQED Public Media for Northern CA

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    A major shift in weather patterns should bring some serious rain and a boost to the Sierra snowpack.

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    This year's snowpack will likely fall short of normal, but the definition of "normal" is changing.

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    The so-so snowpack almost certainly portends an official fifth year of drought, even with many reservoirs brimming.

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    The Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 set seismic science on the path that led to today's advances.

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    A naturalist and author argues that the state's symbol belongs back in the state — and not just on t-shirts and coffee mugs.

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    A small but persistent movement to bring the grizzly back to California is about to take it to the next level.

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    A soggy March in Northern California helped the cause after warm, dry conditions drove up water use in February.

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    Warmer-than-usual temperatures in the Sierra are driving the spring melt two to three weeks early.

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    Use the interactive map and scale to see startling changes in the snowpack over time.

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    At the same time, some basic rules for water use become permanent under a new executive order.

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    City managers may have grumbled, but Gov. Brown's mandate to cut statewide water use by 25 percent largely worked.

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    And how "geographical engineering" with atomic explosives almost became a thing. What could go wrong?

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    Scientists say the "afterslip" tells a story of its own -- and it's one they haven't seen before.

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    Rebuffed by government wildlife agencies, bear advocates take their case directly to the public.

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    The findings surprised even scientists who monitor Tahoe's vitals, and could show climate change impacts coming faster than expected.

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    Now that local water agencies are setting their own conservation quotas, the results are underwhelming.

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    How do you keep a million drones from smashing into each other?

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    California's biggest reservoir is the one you can't see -- and it's far from overflowing.

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    As mountain snows and surface water shift around the state, their changing mass can make mischief with seismic faults.

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    The dream of wireless charging on the fly is getting closer, but cars might not be the best place for it.

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