Atmospheric rivers fueled by climate change could decimate wild oysters in San Francisco Bay

Sunday, December 18, 2016 - 09:31 in Earth & Climate

Climate change could supercharge the powerful storms often hailed for bringing drought-busting rains to California. The storms, called atmospheric rivers, are long stretches of water vapor that “flow” from the tropics up to the West Coast. In California, they can deliver up to half of the state’s...

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