2015 - 2017 Magazine Articles
Water Deeply • November, 2017
New Study Finds Surprising Culprit Drives Forest Fire Behavior
Lit lovers from all over the country—including authors Sherman Alexie and Neil Gaiman—sent books to reopen the rural school library.
Meeting in the Galápagos, the presidents of Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Colombia announce historic protections to safeguard sea turtles, sharks, and a variety of other creatures off their coasts.
California plans to log its drought killed trees.
Condors Reach New Milestone of Survival, Thanks to Tree - Climbing Biologists
California is the first state to have a law declaring the human right to water.
California's four-year drought is taking an alarming toll on its trees.
New research shows that the California Spotted Owl may actually benefit from the forest fires...
It’s the end of many species as we know it. And we’re the responsible ones.
Hydrologists experiment with a farming technique that could ease drought pains
Scientists scrambled across lava-covered slopes on Galápagos Islands...
With more than 9 million acres burned, the U.S. endured one of the worst...
With climate change turning up the temperature and the state in a four-year drought...
Open pipes are death traps for birds.
The animal was photographed in a forest near Oregon, but state biologists await DNA confirmation.
When he was twenty-one years old, Jimi Yamaichi built a jail within a jail on the barren wind-swept grasslands near Tule Lake,...
The Golden Rule drew attention to U.S. atmospheric nuclear tests in the pacific in 1958 and helped start a movement that led to a...
The Tahoe National Forest From Shepherds to Ski Resorts.
A civil engineer battles Los Angeles over its air pollution legacy.
Some species are evolving far more quickly than Darwin ever imagined.