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Satellites detect sinking in Calif.'s San Joaquin Valley

AAG SmartBrief | Feb 09, 2017

Parts of California's San Joaquin Valley are sinking, and groundwater pumping may be responsible, a new NASA report states. The report, which relied on satellite data, suggests that two main subsidence "bowls" became wider and deeper between spring 2015 and fall 2016. KOVR-TV (West Sacramento, Calif.) (02/08) San Jose Mercury News (Calif.) (free registration) (02/09)


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A closer look at predictive policing

AAG SmartBrief | Jan 26, 2017

The difference between weather forecasting, climate predictions

AAG SmartBrief | Jan 26, 2017

Charts: How immigrants affect the economy

AAG SmartBrief | Feb 16, 2017

Commentary: US was "built by refugees and immigrants"

AAG SmartBrief | Feb 02, 2017

Salt marsh offers clues about sea-level rise in NYC

AAG SmartBrief | Jan 26, 2017

Amazon forests were already changed by humans when geoglyphs were created

AAG SmartBrief | Feb 09, 2017

How much space is needed to fit the world's population?

AAG SmartBrief | Feb 16, 2017

Crack growing rapidly in Antarctica ice shelf

AAG SmartBrief | Feb 09, 2017


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