California Wild

Those of you near the California Academy of Science may want to check out their cool programs. In particular, I have been enjoying their bioforums (biofora?). Next spring’s all-day sessions are on earthquakes (February 4, 2006) and California water issues (Aprill 22, 2006). I will post soon on the November 5 event on biodiversity.

The quarterly California Wild magazine includes articles on Californian glaciers and climate change, the ice worm that lives in glaciers (50 – 75 in a single footprint?!), and the Aeolian Zone, the part of alpine areas depend on winds to provide their food.

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