Thursday, December 14, 2017

THREE articles in the December issue of Estuary News: aging stormwater pumps, post-fire watershed management, and intermittent-stream research

Proud to have three articles in the great new issue of Estuary News, ranging in length from short and sweet (a piece on the aging, often overwhelmed pump stations that keep Bay Area streets dry -- or at least try -- all winter long, and in some cases during dry weather, too) to a bit more in-depth (an article describing differing approaches toward erosion control and runoff management on undeveloped upper-watershed lands after a fire) and even meatier (a short feature on some interesting research along a 2.5-mile stretch of Coyote Creek in Morgan Hill's Henry W. Coe State Park -- which so happens to be my favorite Bay Area state park).

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