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Infection Outbreak Shines Light On Water Risks At Dentists Offices
Nearly two dozen children near Los Angeles have been hospitalized after developing infections traced to contaminated water.
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Gov. Brown OKs Plan for Earthquake Early Warning System
The legislation sets up the early warning program called 'ShakeAlert,' which could be operational within two to three years.
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There will not be much warning. Only seconds or no warning at all in areas that are likely to see the most significant shaking.

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Is Ecotourism Helping or Hurting Our National Parks?
Join the conversation: With the national park visitation rate at an all-time high, is this increase in ecotourism a benefit for our parks?
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Whales, Sea Turtles, Seals: The Unintended Catch of Abandoned Fishing Gear
An endangered whale was found dead over the weekend, entangled in derelict fishing gear. Such incidents have been on the rise, but a new California law aims to combat the problem.
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This is such a great idea. It holds fishermen responsible for their tools/equipment and aids in protecting our marine life. 
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This is What Climate Change Sounds Like, in D Minor
Stanford University lecturers took data showing the effects of climate change on yellow cedars in Alaska and set it to music, using a technique called data sonification.
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This is not a change, it's called an interpretation of an artists feeling ABOUT the climate change however.
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Will the Klamath River Be Renewed? Owner Applies to Remove 4 of 5 Dams
Portland-based PacifiCorp has filed a long-awaited application to remove its four dams on the river, which flows from the Oregon plains to the Northern California coast.
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Geek Alert: New NASA Site Offers Decades of Research
From giant clams to Martian tsunamis, the range of research topics is staggering.
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Yosemite boss Don Neubacher retiring amid complaints of ‘horrific’ workplace
Colleagues of Neubacher have testified before Congress, telling stories of bullying and humiliation.
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Wooooooow nice place I love it 
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Phillips 66 Refinery in Rodeo Reopens Marine Terminal as Oil Spill Investigation Continues
'We lost some valuable time in trying to determine where the oil came from,' said Contra Costa health official Randy Sawyer.
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Elon Musk Aims to Colonize Mars in Our Lifetime
In a speech at the International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico, the billionaire tech entrepreneur is detailing his vision for sending humans to the red planet.
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No, he won't.
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Wildfire in Santa Cruz Mountains Forces Evacuation of 300 Homes
The Loma Fire has now spread over 2,000 acres, and more than 500 fire personnel are now fighting it.
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10 Years in, Has California’s Climate Law Really Lowered Emissions?
Emissions are dropping, but it's hard to pin down who—or what—gets the credit.
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Stay informed about the latest science news, trends and events with KQED Science. And explore the Bay Area through stories from QUEST, a science, nature and environment multimedia series produced in collaboration with KQED and other PBS stations.