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Retreat By Any Other Name

Author Sierra Garcia By Sierra Garcia
“Retreat can conjure failure, and nobody wants to be managed,” explained the study’s lead author Amanda Stolz at the California Social Coast Forum this March. Part of the problem is...

Burns for the Birds

Author Jacoba Charles By Jacoba Charles
Scientists examined islands of near-total deforestation after fires and found new landscapes born from the scorched earth. They also found birds hunting for seeds and insects in these new open...

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Climate Adaptation: The Basics

Author Vrinda Manglik By Vrinda Manglik
Resilient sweet potatoes and stilts on houses remind us how adaptable human beings can be. This graphic guide samples our earliest and most recent history of adaptation.

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Burns for the Birds

Scientists examined islands of near-total deforestation after fires and found new landscapes born from the scorched earth. They also found birds hunting for seeds and insects in these new open areas…

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A Day On The Bayview’s Shifting Shore

I set out for Heron’s Head Park on an early March morning. To my surprise, I had never heard of, nor visited, this site on the southeastern bayshore in my 20-plus years growing up and living as a visual artist in San Francisco.

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In our latest feature, "A Day on the Bayview's Shifting Shore," next-gen contributor Alyson Wong discovers a hidden gem of a park in San Francisco, draws hope from community climate discussions there, and brings the reader along with photos and videos:

https://www.kneedeeptimes.org/a-day-on-the-bayviews-shifting-shore/

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This #EarthDay, we're launching the #BayArea's first contest for college reporting on #climate adaptation and resilience. Awards for both multimedia and written submissions total $2,500! Winners will also be published by KneeDeep.

Learn more and share 👉 http://bit.ly/KDTcontest

#ClimateChange is making atmospheric rivers worse. @noka_oi breaks down where these storms come from, and how we track where they're going, in our quick read "How Rivers in the Sky Travel Across the Ocean":

https://www.kneedeeptimes.org/how-rivers-in-the-sky-travel-across-the-ocean/

#climate #atmosphericriver #scicomm

WOW! MAJOR game-changer!! Amazing, and incredibly helpful! Wonderful! ❤️🌱🌱❤️Thanks for everyone's work on this.

Phenomenal! Changes EVERYTHING! Opens so many doors!
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In our latest feature, "A Day on the Bayview's Shifting Shore," next-gen contributor Alyson Wong discovers a hidden gem of a park in San Francisco, draws hope from community climate discussions there, and brings the reader along with photos and videos:

https://www.kneedeeptimes.org/a-day-on-the-bayviews-shifting-shore/

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New seal pup

March 2022

KneeDeep Bay Area Desk Editor Mike Adamson took this photo of a week-old elephant seal on March 3, 2022. It was born later than usual at the Piedras Blancas rookery near San Simeon, California. It may be a late bloomer, but its experienced, resilient mother will give this pup a good chance at life.