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8.2.2016

Science Daily: Do eco-friendly wines taste better?

Raise a glass to organic grapes: Study finds eco-certified wine rated higher by wine publications



7.15.2016

The Verge: Where do mountain lions hunt in Los Angeles?

A new study by La Kretz Center and National Park Service scientists finds surprising results


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7.14.2016

laist.com: The Mountain Lions Are Hunting Among Us

Female mountain lions, on average, hunt less than a mile from human development.


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7.13.2016

Curbed LA: LA Area Mountain Lions Are Surprisingly Urban

A new study shows the predatory cats like to hunt very close to developed areas


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6.21.2016

Water Deeply: What Lake Mead’s Record Low Means for California

For Glen MacDonald, the John Muir memorial chair in geography and former director of the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at the University of California, Los Angeles, the May pronouncement was “the line in the sand.”


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6.21.2016

KCET: 7 Things You Should Know About L.A. Heat Waves and Climate Change

Using global climate models, climate scientists at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability (IoES) have projected that temperatures will increase by 3-5°F in Southern California in the next 30 years — and all neighborhoods should expect many more extremely hot days, when the temperature exceeds 95°F.


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6.21.2016

LA Times: L.A. will keep getting hotter, scientists say — a lot hotter

By the year 2050, there could be 22 days of extreme heat in Los Angeles, and by 2100, there could be 54 such days, a study released by UCLA scientists last year said.