While most residents were anxiously eying raging rivers, ecologists and conservation biologists were wading into them, sampling streams and scouting riparian habitat to see how they fared in the floods. Native species have evolved to depend on periodic pulses of high water like the ones that have beset California.
While most residents were anxiously eying raging rivers, ecologists and conservation biologists were wading into them, sampling streams and scouting riparian habitat to see how they fared in the floods. Native species have evolved to depend on periodic pulses of high water like the ones that have beset California. Marcio Jose Sanchez The Associated Press
While most residents were anxiously eying raging rivers, ecologists and conservation biologists were wading into them, sampling streams and scouting riparian habitat to see how they fared in the floods. Native species have evolved to depend on periodic pulses of high water like the ones that have beset California. Marcio Jose Sanchez The Associated Press

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February 02, 2017 5:00 AM

We should better understand how to live with floods

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