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Global impacts of trawling quantified in new study.” (8/8/17, SeafoodSource)

Treaty to enable high seas marine protected areas takes step forward.” (8/3/17, SeafoodSource)

Did catch shares enable the Codfather’s fishing fraud?” (4/30/17, SeafoodSource)

Marin County decision to allow local slaughter fires up debate.” (4/5/17, Civil Eats)

The fisheries scientist who saw the future.” (3/15/17, Hakai)

Want to revitalize rural America? Forgive student loan debt for young farmers.” (3/6/17, Civil Eats)

Did you know there’s a warehouse full of fossils in Orange County?” (7/31/16, The Orange County Register)

Beetles eating millions of trees are creating a fire risk in parts of Orange County.” (7/2/16, The Orange County Register)

Tiny creature, big effort: Once thought extinct, Pacific pocket mouse released into Laguna Park.” (6/15/16, The Orange County Register)

White abalone were nearly eaten out of existence in the 1970s. Now, a breeding program aims to revive them.” (5/29/16, The Orange County Register)

O.C. cities need to speed up preparations for the encroachment of ocean waters.” (5/4/16, The Orange County Register)

Housing vs. oil wells: In Orange County, it’s increasingly leading to tension.” (4/2/16, The Orange County Register)

Orange County faces more competition for drought-strangled Colorado River.” (3/5/16, The Orange County Register)

Battle at Banning Ranch: Project reflects activists’ fears, coastal panel’s frustrations.” (2/28/16, The Orange County Register)

As snowpack deepens, drought concern lingers.” (1/25/16, The Orange County Register)

Something wrong in the wild: Sea lion pups washing ashore because ocean can’t support them.” (1/9/16, The Orange County Register)

Starting the new year on the right foot.” (1/1/16, The Orange County Register)

Climate change a likely culprit for declines in ocean fish.” (11/8/15, The Orange County Register)

Not yet comfortable with batteries, Edison hopes to get electricity from new plant in Stanton.” (11/1/15, The Orange County Register)

NASA raises odds for 5.0-plus earthquake here to nearly 100 percent within three years.” (10/21/15, The Orange County Register)

Should homeowners with solar panels pay to help maintain the electrical grid?” (10/13/15, The Orange County Register)

Fire season on the horizon: Santa Anas fan flames that are more dangerous than summer blazes, study says.” (9/29/15, The Orange County Register)

EPA takes over groundwater cleanup in North Orange County, site may go on Superfund list.” (9/24/15, The Orange County Register)

Who cashed in on turf rebates? Country clubs got their share.” (9/20/15, The Orange County Register)

Tri Alpha Energy takes small step toward huge goal of fusion reactor.” (9/8/15, The Orange County Register)

How can we save mountain lions in Orange County? Bring more in, study says.” (7/16/15, The Orange County Register)

California’s toxic waters make for toxic shark, like the one caught in Huntington Beach.” (7/13/15, The Orange County Register)

In drought and desperate times, an unlikely water source: the desert?” (6/7/15, The Orange County Register)

Batteries to store solar energy could presage independence from utilities.” (4/30/15, The Orange County Register)

On Earth Day, O.C.’s environmental radicals look even further into the future.” (4/21/15, The Orange County Register)

Desalination could provide O.C. an infinite water supply, but at a steep cost.” (4/18/15, The Orange County Register)

Water consumption boils down to simple formula: More land = more water.” (4/12/15, The Orange County Register)

Yes, you can drink it – and you probably already are: O.C. toilet-to-tap recycled water program is expanding.” (2/23/15, The Orange County Register)

Why build homes in canyon areas at risk of fires? It’s complicated, but judge’s ruling could bring more.” (2/8/15, The Orange County Register)

Devil weed invades O.C. waters.” (1/1/15, The Orange County Register)

Upper Newport Bay wildlife habitat being revived.” (12/28/14, The Orange County Register)

We ate our most popular mollusk to the point of near-extinction.” (12/1/14, The Orange County Register)

Santiago Peak offers a view — of cell towers.” (11/19/14, The Orange County Register)

UCI is waging an Ebola battle that might lead to cure.” (11/11/14, The Orange County Register)

The mounds of kelp washing up on O.C. beaches? It’s a good thing, experts say.” (11/2/14, The Orange County Register)

With cheaper technology now, the pros and cons of installing solar.” (10/18/14, The Orange County Register)

When it comes to fracking, fracktivist residents see red, not black gold.” (10/11/14, The Orange County Register)

Study: local mountain lions dwindling, roads and inbreeding endangering them further.” (10/8/14, The Orange County Register)

Even a marsh can drown.” (9/27/14, The Orange County Register)

Coyotes: The latest urban threat or coincidence?” (9/9/14, The Orange County Register)

Big surf takes a bite out of beaches.” (8/29/14, The Orange County Register)

Man vs. trout vs. drought.” (8/16/14, The Orange County Register)

Are badgers back in Orange County?” (8/17/14, The Orange County Register)

Bad fish or bad PR? Shark attacks are rare, local experts say.” (7/13/14, The Orange County Register)

Under the sea: Smashing urchins, restoring kelp forest.” (6/20/14, The Orange County Register)

Students grow fish, food with aquaponics.” (5/26/14, The Orange County Register)

Emerging from the darkness: Holocaust survivor tells her tale of survival in Poland.” (4/20/14, The Orange County Register)

Changing course: L.A. River’s purpose under review.” (3/10/14, The Orange County Register)

Just what is floating in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch?” (2/16/14, The Orange County Register)

A cooler future: Alamitos Generating Station to end once-through cooling.” (2/9/14, The Orange County Register)

Long Beach breakwater removal efforts against the wall.” (2/3/14, The Orange County Register)

Tracking down coyote numbers in Long Beach.” (1/27/14, The Orange County Register)

Got an opinion on fracking? The state is listening today.” (1/6/14, The Orange County Register)

We want our people to be proud again.” (1/5/14, The Orange County Register)

Threats to whales led to shipping lane changes.” (12/21/13, The Orange County Register)

Family, friends honor Marine killed in crash.” (11/25/13, The Orange County Register)

On the wings of history: Airport grows up.” (11/25/13, The Orange County Register)

Otter exhibit features new face at Aquarium of the Pacific.” (11/21/13, The Orange County Register)

Ride sharing revs up in Orange County.” (11/8/13, The Orange County Register)

Author Zadie Smith to speak in Newport.” (10/29/13, The Orange County Register)

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