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California faces weather threats from fires to floods

AP News Radio

01:20 min | 3 months ago

California faces weather threats from fires to floods

"Natural forces are beginning to collide in California threatening human communities and infrastructure I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Dangerous heat explosive wildfires and now the possibility of floods California is getting it all Firefighters have been struggling to control major blazes in Southern California and the Sierra Nevada They've forced extensive evacuations while the oppressive heat wave has made it tougher on those firefighters and also stressed the electrical grid As Californians crank their air conditioning The fires are also producing smoke that threatens to interfere with solar power production Another hit on the grid Now add to the mix tropical storm K off Mexico's Baja California Peninsula While that's taken an edge off SoCal temps at times the clouds add to the problem for solar generation and the state's grid operators have again called for energy conservation Forecasters warn the surge of moisture from K could produce heavy rain and flash floods along with strong winds Till Orange County contractor Sean Clifton is philosophical We seem to always just make it through We have very little tricks to keep cool His bottom line All in all we're pretty lucky here A couple Weeks or even a month of bad weather then we got the best weather in the world I think I'm Ben Thomas

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on KOMO

"Our northwest news time now 6 39. Well, California's drought conditions have led to the reemergence of one of the wild west's most infamous towns, water levels are extremely low at Lake Isabella, which is nestled within the southern Sierra Nevada foothills in central California. The man-made Lake is now 8% capacity revealing the remnants of the ghost town of whisky flat. It began as a place for those seeking their fortunes in the big blue gold mine in the southern Sierra Nevada on the current river back in 1860. That area was also the scene of ambushes on Native Americans by soldiers during the Civil War era, in a later served as a major film location site, especially for westerns in the 30s, 40s, and 50s. And it's back again. 6 40 now and we checked the vegan plumbing sports desk at ten and 40 minutes past every hour, Bill Schwartz says NBA expansion talk involving Seattle is heating up. 16 years ago, businessman clay Bennett moved the SuperSonics to Oklahoma, the NBA might finally be close to announcing the return of a franchise. The real GM report and Willie Ramirez with Associated Press, both saying the NBA is looking to make a formal announcement about Seattle and Las Vegas expansion plans, sometime during pre season. We know this, Seattle's new climate pledge arena will host two LA clipper exhibition games September 30 and October 3rd. The Las Vegas aces last night eliminated Seattle storm from the WNBA playoffs. It also means the end of the great Sue birds playing career after 20 years committed to seeing the storm win more titles. I feel such ownership for this franchise. I want it to continue to succeed. I want to help it do that. At T mobile park today, the Mariners were in good shape to win a series over the Chicago White Sox, leading four to nothing in the third, but the visitors tallied four times in the 6th and the pale house tacked on insurance runs for a 9 to 6 victory. The Mariners have tomorrow off, Friday they host the World Series champion Atlanta Braves. Sports was for its ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio. The journey of a thousand miles begins

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Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

"Authorities say a body found in a Northern California reservoir is believed to be that of a teen missing for weeks after attending a party at a Sierra Nevada campground I Norman hall Nevada county sheriff Shannon moon says a body believed to be that of 16 year old Kylie Rodney was inside a car and prosser Lake Boone says volunteer divers using sonar equipment located the car which came to rest upside down in 14 feet of water a law enforcement task force now needs to determine how and why divers with Oregon base adventures with purpose were able to find the body despite searches in the same area by the task force Rodney was last seen August 6th near the prosser family campground in truckee attending a party with hundreds of young people I Norman hall

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No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold

AP News Radio

01:13 min | 7 months ago

No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold

"Scuba scuba scuba scuba divers divers divers divers have have have have completed completed completed completed an an an an unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented year year year year long long long long effort effort effort effort to to to to remove remove remove remove litter litter litter litter from from from from the the the the shores shores shores shores and and and and waters waters waters waters of of of of Lake Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a closer closer closer closer look look look look bring bring bring by by by snow snow snow capped capped capped mountains mountains mountains Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe has has has seventy seventy seventy two two two miles miles miles of of of shoreline shoreline shoreline Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe fund fund fund CEO CEO CEO Amy Amy Amy berry berry berry says says says it's it's it's hard hard hard to to to find find find a a a place place place is is is gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous the the the size size size of of of it it it the the the clarity clarity clarity I I I mean mean mean the the the blue blue blue of of of Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe but but but as as as with with with many many many bodies bodies bodies of of of water water water it's it's it's had had had a a a trash trash trash problem problem problem Dr Dr Dr calling calling calling west west west founded founded founded clean clean clean up up up the the the lake lake lake to to to tackle tackle tackle to to to fight fight fight back back back against against against plastic plastic plastic and and and all all all forms forms forms of of of pollution pollution pollution both both both above above above and and and below below below the the the surface surface surface Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe blue blue blue vodka vodka vodka CEO CEO CEO Matt Matt Matt Levitt Levitt Levitt both both both helped helped helped fund fund fund the the the effort effort effort and and and took took took part part part we we we polled polled polled twenty twenty twenty five five five thousand thousand thousand pounds pounds pounds of of of trash trash trash and and and debris debris debris out out out of of of the the the lake lake lake he he he calls calls calls that that that game game game changing changing changing a a a relatively relatively relatively few few few people people people made made made this this this giant giant giant impact impact impact I I I mean mean mean we've we've we've undone undone undone forty forty forty or or or fifty fifty fifty years years years the the the few few few men men men impact impact impact on on on Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe in in in one one one year year year west west west says says says the the the effort effort effort will will will expand expand expand to to to other other other lakes lakes lakes in in in the the the Sierra Sierra Sierra Nevadas Nevadas Nevadas this this this summer summer summer your your your neighbors neighbors neighbors down down down in in in mammoth mammoth mammoth lakes lakes lakes go go go say say say hello hello hello down down down south south south and and and I I I clean clean clean up up up if if if you you you like like like I'm I'm I'm Brian Brian Brian Tong Tong Tong

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"80% The study suggests the forests in the Sierra Nevada and nearby ranges would be better able to withstand wildfires drought infestations and climate change if the density of trees were dramatically reduced The remaining trees would not have to compete for limited water and other resources and they would be able to weather an array of stresses Malcolm north is a forest service research ecologist a professor at the University of California and the lead author of the study he says this is a fundamentally different approach to growing and managing forests The issues addressed by the study are contentious in the world of West Coast forestry there is broad consensus that thinning is needed but a lot of debate over how much and which forests to thin and how to pay for the thinning Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg radio I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor We were in total darkness That's doctor fiorella a marine biologist and stem teacher talking about a deep sea dive she'll never forget It's funny When I was a kid I was afraid of the ocean and there I was Two miles below the surface But as a scientist you prepare for that Using our training and a little creativity we fix the sub and finish our experiments The dive was just too important Every dive gives us glimpses at things few people ever get to see Blowing creatures fiery undersea volcanos When we got back to the surface I kissed the ground and called my mom of course But you know what I wouldn't trade that die for anything Doctor figueroa uses her passion for stem to discover new things and make the world a better place She can stem so can you Check out she can stem for more stories and inspiration A message from.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Journalist francisca Francisco thank you for joining us Thank you There aren't a lot of people who would feel overcome by joy at having 17 feet of snow dumped on top of them But there are some and one of those people is Andrew Schwartz He's the station manager for the University of California Berkeley's central Sierra snow laboratory which measures snowfall from its perch up in the Sierra Nevada mountains east of Sacramento 17 feet is what shorts has measured in just the last month a record And so we called him up to ask what this means for the severe drought California has been experiencing Andrew Schwartz welcome Thank you so much for having me on 17 feet in just the month of December that sounds like a ton of snow But how does that compare exactly Yeah you know it is definitely a ton of snow And we actually wound up with about 214 inches total for the month of December which is nearly 18 feet And that is now our snowiest December on record We have had the previous December back in 1970 as the snowiest on record with a 179 inches So we definitely blew that one that record out of the water to save the least And it's terrific considering that roughly a week to a week and a half into December We still had bare soil bare ground up here Officials have determined that the snowpack is at about a 160% of the average for this time of year Is that right That sounds like good news for reservoirs It's very good news where we are right now The important bit being that ultimately what we have this incredible snowpack we do need the additional water resources on top of it If we get a long string of dry warm months then it's not really going to help us out As much as we would like it to if we had future months that were of course a little bit more wet and cooler We definitely want the snowpack to hang around as much as possible And for more of it to accrue The drought that we've been in out here has been so severe that we really need as much snow as we can get There's not really a limit on how much we want But this is an absolutely terrific start to the season for sure Why is it important for the snowpack to stick around for a while as you said as opposed to just melt and filter down into the reservoirs Well for one fire dangers is really really reduced by having our snowpack stick around up here On deep snowpack years it might hang out until July or August and keep the soil wet keep the forest moist and really help us out with our fire danger which is led to so many catastrophic fires over the last several years And so that's one thing The other thing too is we really want as much of this to stay on top of the soil and trickle in slowly as possible Our dry months are always going to be during the summer and the early autumn And so as a result what happens is when that soil dries out any type of precipitation event that we get after that realistically goes to making that top soil wet again rather than running off into reservoirs So if we can keep the snowpack doing that for a little.

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Craft brewer Bell's Brewery sold to Australia's Lion

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Craft brewer Bell's Brewery sold to Australia's Lion

"The US beer industry has one less independent brewer bell's brewery is being acquired by a Straily in brewer lion a subsidiary of Japan's Kirin group line will join the Michigan based brewery with Colorado based new Belgium brewing which it acquired in twenty nineteen together the companies vault to the top of the U. S. craft beer market in off premise that's non restaurant sales volumes edging out competitors like Sierra Nevada and Blue Moon the move comes amid declining U. S. beer sales says young drinkers flock to seltzer is another options the brewers association a trade group for craft brewers says overall beer sales in the U. S. fell three percent last year well craft beer sales plummeted nine percent I'm Ben Thomas

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Is America Becoming a Land of No Consequences? Rep. Devin Nunes Shares His Thoughts

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Is America Becoming a Land of No Consequences? Rep. Devin Nunes Shares His Thoughts

"Congressman Nunes, I didn't want to spoil your day. I just wanted to tee that cut up to ask you a question that I have to give full credit. I lived in Hungary after the fall of communism the land of my parents birth. And there was an issue there in the 1990s. Nobody, not one person paid the price for the crimes of the prior regime. There was no truth in reconciliation, no truth committees, and one day a very bright philosopher wrote a big article, changed the overton window. And the title of the article, a congressman was is our nation becoming a land of no consequences. I look at America in the last 5 years. I look at the lives of Schiff, the accusations of Brennan of Comey of mccabe of stroke of Lisa page. And I see one lowly lawyer at the FBI get a slap on the wrist, and I have to ask you as a person who's down the most to get the true story out. Is America becoming a land of no consequences congressman? Well, I still have hope, and you have to have hope in this line of work. I get up every day. I live in California. I'm coming to you from California where we got fires burning all over the place, so you got politicians running around, screaming global warming as my constituents and my family are engulfed in smoke, just ash and smoke that are coming out of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. So you got to get up every day. We're in the trenches here. And you've got to have hope that things are going to get better. But to your point, things have gotten progressively

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New wildfire prompts evacuations in Northern California

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

New wildfire prompts evacuations in Northern California

"Crews are working to protect giant sequoia trees from wildfires in California's Sierra Nevada governor Gavin Newsom says one big wildfires in the K. and P. complex zero percent percent contained thirty three thousand acres just this complex over the years the area around the big trees had controlled fires to burn away vegetation Christy Brigham with sequoia and kings national parks says the bases are also wrapped in fire resistant material these are all fired up well this is very what if there's air in here so far only one big tree has been damaged giant forest has two thousand sequoias and includes the general Sherman the largest tree in the world by volume I'm a Donahue

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California Wildfires Burn Into Groves of Giant Sequoia Trees

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

California Wildfires Burn Into Groves of Giant Sequoia Trees

"In california. Wildfires are burning deep into sequoia national park where services and facilities are now closed. Extra steps are being taken to protect the giant forest of grove containing thousands of the gigantic ancient sequoias including the world's largest the general sherman. Fire information officer mark garrett says the trees are typically resistant to flames. But they've also been under other pressures. They're very resilient but with our recent drought tree mortality in the sierra nevada. Maybe two hundred million dead trees. That's putting extra stress on these trees to the k. n. p. complex fire expanded overnight and crews are battling the blazes amid extremely dry

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Of staff Chairman General Mark Milley to his Chinese counterpart. The calls were made in the final months of President Donald Trump's administration. According to a soon to be published book by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. Millie told General Lee's Ujang he would warn him in the event of a pending US attack. Republican representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois tells The Associated Press. There's a lot I think that needs to be answered. That could really change this story. One way or another. Millie was appointed chairman of the Joint Chiefs by Trump in 2019 and He remains in that post. Mike Rossi, a Washington Port will spend $250 million in ad 450 jobs at three Michigan plants to meet demand for the new F 1 50 Lightning towards president of the America says. The company's already taken more than 150,000 reservations for the new electric version of its immensely popular F 1 50 pickup truck. The White House says President Biden's noticeable coughing fits recently are of no concern. In recent public appearances. The president has repeatedly coughed and cleared his throat, including during Thursday's remarks on his agenda at the White House. Dad, Excuse me, The dad is absolutely clear what amounts Don't go out of the bank. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki says there's no need for worry and that the president receives excellent medical care. It's not a concern. We have a doctor who travels with him, obviously, who checks in if there is ever warranted. Greg Clugston Washington Meanwhile, firefighters wrapping the base of General Sherman, the world's largest tree, along with other giant sequoias and buildings to try to stave off damage from California's wildfire in California's Sierra Nevada mountains. S R N news. Philadelphia's AM 9.

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California Wildfires Threaten Famous Giant Sequoia Trees

What A Day

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

California Wildfires Threaten Famous Giant Sequoia Trees

"Wildfires in california are now threatening some of the biggest trees on earth two fires in the sierra nevada mountains have already closed down sequoia national park which is home to giant sequoia trees. Some that are as tallest three hundred feet and hundreds of thousands of years. Old two thirds of all giant sequoia groves acres already burned down and wildfires within the last five years historic drought and heat waves caused by man made climate. Change are to blame for the extreme proliferation of fires in the area. Firefighters are working hard to protect the giants by doing things like robbing them in huge fire-resistant blankets that are usually reserved for protecting buildings. Here's hoping that they're able to save the general sherman tree which fun fact is the largest city in the world by volume it will become the biggest and most vengeful tree goats if we kill it via climate change we cannot let that

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California Wildfires Threaten Giant Sequoias

CNN 5 Things

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

California Wildfires Threaten Giant Sequoias

"In a pair of wildfires. In california's sierra nevada mountains are threatening some of the largest trees on earth. The trees known as giant sequoias grow in sequoia national park within the rugged mountains. Firefighters are aggressively attacking the fires to help suppress them. The trees which can reach heights of three hundred feet have already been hit hard by fires. In recent years the national park service says somewhere between seventy five hundred and just over ten thousand mature giant sequoias were destroyed in the last year alone.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Original mission convincing congress to create a national park bureau when he returned to washington he organized a two week trip to sequoia national park in the sierra nevada. Inviting several of america's most prominent politicians businessmen publishers and railroad magnets powerful people who could sway congress by showing their support for national park service. The outing was dubbed the mathur mountain party. Mathur paid for the entire trip out of his own pocket on the final night as party sat around a bonfire smoking vanna cigars. He made his pitch albright recorded mathur's words in his memoir creating the national park service. Well man we've had a glorious ten days together and we'll have a few more before we part in yosemite. I think the time has come though that. I should confess. I wanted you to come along with me on this adventure. Not only for your interesting company. But to hope you'd see the significance of these mountains in the whole picture of what we're trying to do. Hopefully you will take this message and spread it throughout the land in your own avenue in style these valleys and heights of the sierra nevada are just one small part of the majesty of america but unless we can protect the areas currently held with a separate government agency we may lose them too selfish interests and we need this bureau to enhance and enlarge our public lands to preserve infinitely more for the benefit and enjoyment of the people as the yellowstone act stated to each of you to all of you remember that god has given us these beautiful lands. Try just saved them for and share them with future generations. Go out and spread the gospel.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Here & Now

"Been more favourable on containment but especially in south lake. Tahoe there is still on holding those containment lines. they're also still seeing some pretty meaningful spotting. Which is when members are flying and creating fires off the line and they're worried you know. This is all about the weather. So they're hoping that the weather stays favorable going into this week. Yeah they don't want higher temperatures but what does this mean for. Some residents who are returning we see tweets telling them to make sure you have fuel groceries. Your medicine what. What's the concern there. That's right south. Lake tahoe residents started coming back yesterday. They lifted the man a mandatory evacuation. But it's still. They're still hazard smoke. Smoke blanketing the tahoe region. If anybody's been the lake tahoe basin in it's just there's they've been dealing with bad smoke from more than a month now from both the dixie fire and the kaldor fire. There is still active fire in that area. Some of the hospitals are still closed and again these stores have been closed. They've been evacuated for a week now so there may not have supplies. They may not have food. They may not have gas at the gas station. So people are are if you're they're recommending that if you're in a safe place now with the air is clean you may just wanna stay there a little longer. Yeah we're reading one report. The barton hospital hasn't reopened. Its emergency room so you could just break your ankle and not having any are to go to just a a caution there. How are firefighters. Talk about labor day labor away. What are they doing to contain these fires. So few things one is. They are trying to hold the lines that they've created and then to specifically in lake tahoe. They're focusing on these. These difficult areas and robin are this eight thousand feet elevation. In some cases alpine lakes a lotta granite a lot of rough terrain. It's really difficult to hold these lines. And you know across the state of california. They've got fourteen thousand firefighters working. They're throwing everything they can. At the dixie fire and the kaldor fire i w- been watching the morning update every morning. And you know they're just going around saying here's where we're having some spotting. Here's where we're concerned. Here's where we're seeing some some some some you know even though we favorable weather some concerns about active fire especially in dixie fire. It grew nearly fifteen thousand acres just last night. They're seeing some some some concerning developments with behavior with that fire on the southeastern edge. So this is something that i think the mantras been. Don't turn your back on this. Keep focused and they've been able to achieve some containment but they're still worried about some fire behavior. And we're reading the kaldor dixie fires of the first wildfires on record to cross the sierra nevada mountain range why an put people that must have nerves on edge. Yeah i mean that is pretty remarkable that the just in the past month and a half in california history. We've seen these. Two fires crest the summit of the sierra nevada and what that means really is you know it's going up the western facing side and then somehow you know the spotting of of these embers which in some cases are thrown half a mile a mile are making it over and cresting the summit and then in the kaldor fire was heading into the tahoe basin. There's fire in the basin now inching towards the lake. This is.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Bay Curious

Bay Curious

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Water districts around the bay area are asking communities to conserve. And we're seeing some the usual goto conservation steps. You might have to request water at a restaurant instead of getting it automatically. We're watering grass. Less often. As many of our parks decorative fountains and water play features might be turned off all things that move the needle in the right direction. All things that we've seen before when we asked you our listeners. What you wanted to know about the drought. Many of you asked about what we haven't done much of before. Why is going talk to you about these salination we have potentially millions again on friday doorstep. We know that california is returning to a whiplash precipitation weather pattern. What is the current plan for our water supply. I understand that the sewage water in the bay area is cleaned before is put back into the ocean. If it is clean why not put it back into the water supply. Thank you for answering my question. That was steve heiress and eleven year. Old max all looking for how we can increase our water supply in our last episode. We started looking at ways to ease our water. Rose by conserving at home. Today we widen our scope to what can be done by our cities and local water agencies. We've got a quick break but when we come back. We'll get cracking on some answers. I'm olivia allen price. V support for bay. Curious comes from sierra nevada encouraging listeners to follow their spark work hard live like crazy and fill their cup with their curiosity. Sierra nevada spark your curiosity. We're answering questions. From steve heiress and max about the things. Local water districts can do to make us more resilient during these hotter drier periods. bay curious. producer katrina schwartz. Looked into some of those plans and she's here. Hey katrina hey olivia so when we asked the bay curious audience what. They wanted to know about drought. We heard back from so many people including steve wanting to know about desalination plants. We are a state with eight hundred and forty miles of coastline. Many of our big population areas are right near the ocean. Why don't we have more desalination plants well. Desalination plants are actually pretty controversial. I mean you're right. They sound good. We live next to the ocean. It's a huge body of water. Why not just use that as a water source especially because we do have the technology to do it but the reason that it's controversial kind of falls into two categories one is that it's very expensive both to build these plants and to run them and then second they can be pretty hard on the environment when you say it's expensive. What are we talking about. For the average consumer well figuring out what goes into water rates can be pretty complicated but we do know that. San diego has a functioning desalination plant right now water officials. There said that they built it because they wanted to diversify their water sources and be less dependent on buying water from their neighbors. The water that that desalination plant produces costs at least two times more than water from other sources and some residents down there in san diego are pretty upset about it. You also mentioned the environment. How is desalinating ocean water bad for the environment. Okay well i. It takes a lot of energy to strip the salt out of the water so these plants have big carbon footprints and until we have cleaner energy sources. That's a problem but also daniel ellis. Who's a senior scientist with. The state. Waterboard explains that these plants can hurt marine ecosystems. That's a huge issue. You have very salty ocean water and then when you desalinate you take out the salt. So what you're left with is a brian. That's about twice as salty as the ocean. Water that briny by product gets put back into the ocean and that has an impact on the environment wad of marine organisms are not built to live in sixty six parts per thousand hundred either built to live in thirty three and then there's the other side of it. Oftentimes it's even bigger the impact of taking in the water. You suck in twice as much water as you make. So you'd take one hundred ten million gallons a day of water. There's marine life living in there so the water that the plant takes in has small organisms. That you know. Make up the food chain for the rest of the marine ecosystem. So ellis says that whole process can have these cascading impacts on all the sea life all right. So those are some definite drawbacks but there are some times where diesel might make sense right. I mean it would definitely be an investment in a very reliable water source if nothing else. Yeah and some places in the bay area are considering it so marin considered at ten years ago but then decided against it for all of the reasons that we've already talked about namely cost environmental impact and high energy requirements. Now they're flirting with the idea again but sort of on a temporary basis so the plant that they're considering is projected to cost thirty seven million dollars. It would not be permanent. They would lease it to help them get through the next few years and it would provide about a third of the county's drinking water but it wouldn't be ready for another year or so and for comparison that temporary diesel plant is still weighed cheaper than the permanent one that marin was considering which was expected to cost up to one hundred seventy three million dollars and that estimate is from ten years ago. Now i know cleaning water that is less salty. Might make sense in some places. Can you tell us about that. Yeah antioch is in that position. So they're building a hundred million dollars. Salination plant right now that would allow them to clean the brackish water that they have at the mouth of the san joaquin river. So that's a mix of freshwater coming out of the delta and ocean water coming in with the tides and you know in a drought. There's less water coming through the delta. So that meet makes their water. Saltier officials there projecting that that plant will be completed in twenty twenty. Three antioch would get all of its water from that plant Also i should mention that. There is a functioning desalination plant in newark that also cleans brackish water and turns it into drinking water but ultimately again a lot of this comes back to equity for a lot of area residents water. That costs twice as much could be a real dealbreaker and at the same time experts estimate that we can save half the water we currently use. Which would be way cheaper. And it wouldn't require saddling ourselves with a super expensive desalination plant that we have to run all the time even when water is plentiful so you know some experts think desalination will be part of the mix of solutions down the road but a lot of people say given the array of options. We have at our disposal right now. Desalination shouldn't really be the first choice if diesel isn't the answer what are some other options. We've got well a big one is. Recycling are wastewater. That's what our listener. Max was asking about. That's cleaning up the water that we flush down the toilet or washed down the drain so that we can drink it again. Yeah and i know some people find that gross but wastewater treatment plants are capable of making the water potable again. The bay area council is a business and industry group they recently evaluated desalination regionally and found that wastewater treatment makes more sense. Adrian covert is a senior vice president of public policy. There he says the bay area dumps enough treated wastewater into the bay each year to fill.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The country. These installations include Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Fort Lee, Virginia. Joint base. McGuire Dix, Lakehurst, New Jersey and Fort Bliss, Texas. The evacuations are ramping up as that August 31st deadline is looming. More than 13,500. Firefighters working to contain a dozen large California wildfires that have now destroyed hundreds of homes and forced thousands of people to flee. Containment has increased 40% at the Dixie Fire, which Has burned more than 1130 square miles in the northern Sierra Nevada in southern Cascades. Also at town hall dot com. It's New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's final full day in office. It was just under two weeks ago, Cuomo announced he'd resigned rather than face the likely impeachment battle over sexual harassment allegations he'd requested. The state attorney general conduct an investigation into accusations by several women, including former and current aides. Investigators spoke with at least 11 women, including one of his own security detail, whose accusations they say were credible. Cuomo insists he didn't touch anyone inappropriately, but said he wouldn't force the state to endure an impeachment trial. He couldn't win. Julie Walker. New York stocks have been solidly higher gains in a broad range of technology, financial and communication stocks have helped lift the market. And it was a higher close today. The Dow up 215 points and the NASDAQ Finished 227 points higher. More it town hall dot com. Call him really want him. He's a chocolate lab, His belly itched and he would actually lay in the grass.

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Explosive California wildfires could burn into December

Balance of Nature

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Explosive California wildfires could burn into December

"Contributed to the fury of Northern California wildfire yesterday. The Cal door fire in the northern Sierra Nevada has destroyed dozens of homes and closed roads. It's one of about a dozen large wildfires that has scorched northern California more on these stories of town hall dot com.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"I got commented. I'm eric the other day. We've been long boarding we. We've been on long boarding kick. I really enjoyed leashless long warning the freedom in the flow of it. How it really at least for me makes my surfing style way more conservative meaning. I'm not trying more. I'm really just trying to Just just trim you know. I take that nine ten knows writer that you guys are pretty familiar with by now. It's heavy shit and you take it out on the one or two day and just have an absolute blast. I have just as much fun probably more fun. Long boarding on a short small day than you know charging five foot shipwrecks or whatever on a short but anyway i caught away. Eric and i went out there and i paddled back to it was a long ride. It wasn't my best work. It was just one of those rides where you never get out of like second or third year If if that makes any sense. I just kinda just kinda stuck there and every time i wanted to kind of accelerator turned for whatever reason so was in the way or i just decided not to identity step in time to really optimize planning in the water anyway. I just kinda limped along for like a hundred hundred yard right or something. Like that. Paddle back in eric said. How's it good wave thing. I don't know about that you know. It was like knee-high felony hind. I know but like the way you're standing. Don't take this the wrong way. But it didn't really look like you. And i don't take it the wrong way i was. I was flattered by that. Didn't look like it didn't look like me. Who look like eric. Did it look like a decent surfer like competent on a long board. And i think that's what he was implying. I hope and we'll definitely because he was complimenting me on it and that felt pretty good so it's just me and you right now on this podcast you could admit some complimentary surfing it's rare. It's very few and foreign between but it feels good. Don't lie. I know it's just stroking the ego and that's not healthy to rely on. I'm not relying but to really indulge in compliment. But hey i'll take it dude and you know what i did what i have been doing on long trying to do. The long boarding is one with allstate. Stay low all crops. I got like. I'm buster posey behind the plate catcher's position and that's really fun but just standing up and getting loose staying loose right like keeping my feet closer together to like just having like a laser like shoulder distance apart right under me and just trimming. Don't worry about bus. That knows ri- don't worry about it some cool. Turn that worry about impressing anybody. I always do so much better. When i just don't worry about anyone watching dance like no one's watching. Oh speaking of people watching. I went out. To lake tahoe. He may have heard of it in the eastern sierra nevada's and We do an annual family trip out there. My buddy happens to have a boat and it's one of those boats that can create a wave. You can surf on. You know like it's like it's like wake surfing except it's real real surfing without holding onto a rope the whole time so the key is like it. There's no leash. It was just this little like four foot. Eight kind of wake board looking thing. I suck at lake water sports anytime i pulled behind a boat. If i'm not on my stomach on a floaty on a on a raft or tube then it's frustrating for me and so you know there is. The boat were in tahoe. Got my friend..

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Devastating Wildfires Advancing Through Northern California

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Devastating Wildfires Advancing Through Northern California

"California wildfires that already incinerated to Sierra Nevada communities continue tearing through the state burning another town to the ground the colder fire which began Saturday ravaged grizzly flats the forest community of around twelve hundred people I'm nearly sixty years old by a whole house full of beautiful things that's Terrick shaves who evacuated to the outskirts of town we are watching orange and gray skies and watching our words are down to burn to the ground he returned Tuesday to see what was left I have been my drug use what I own what's left of his home in the tight knit community he calls home breaks his heart lied physically saw my home which is a pile of ash which is on an acre property and a thirteen sixty but on it's it's well ash everybody on my block is a pile of ash the scene repeated from street to street in grizzly flats a post office in elementary school also destroyed I'm Julie Walker

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Weekend of Fear Looms for Californians in Face of Wildfires

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Weekend of Fear Looms for Californians in Face of Wildfires

"People living in the scenic forest lands of northern California are facing weekend up beer as wildfires threaten to reduce thousands of homes to ashes the Dixie bar is bearing down on more than ten thousand buildings in the northern Sierra Nevada I used to help that's Donald Goff evacuees from previous fires and now the seven I am an evacuation hopes his mobile home with all his possessions survives the fire which has engulfed an area larger than the size of New York City everything I own is in that mobile net at all left with only some clothes and her cats I just I just wanna go home Dixie Barbie I Ryan Bain says the weather forced the blaze to grow by a hundred and forty thousand acres in just two days bringing containment down but this buyer it's very difficult to get it out in front of it now the third largest in California history I'm Julie Walker

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California Wildfire Is Now One of the Largest Burning in the State

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

California Wildfire Is Now One of the Largest Burning in the State

"Fire officials in northern california report. Some progress fighting the dixie fire. It's been burning since july fourteenth in the sierra nevada mountains about one hundred sixty miles north of sacramento. It's burn more than four hundred thirty two thousand acres making it one of the largest wildfires in state history.

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California Wildfire Incinerates Historic Town of Greenville

Pat Thurston

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

California Wildfire Incinerates Historic Town of Greenville

"The Dixie Fire burning in Northern California is now the sixth largest in state history. It's burned over 322,000 acres, including much of a gold rusher, a town correspondent Jennifer King, reports. Northern California Dixie Wildfire tore through the quaint Sierra Nevada mountain town of Greenville, leaving much of the downtown in Ashes. Officials confirm some buildings were destroyed in a P photographer described seeing a gas station hotel and local bar burned to the ground. Footage from Wednesday night and early this morning showed fires still burning amid the husks of downtown buildings, some of which are more than a century old. The Dixie Fire has grown to over 428 Square Miles has been burning for three weeks across Plumas and Butte County's fire crews are bracing for another explosive run of flames, fed by bone, dry vegetation and 40 mile per

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Aviation News Talk podcast

Aviation News Talk podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Aviation News Talk podcast

"Which means high density altitude. We'll start off by talking about the effects of High density altitude or thin air or low density air low massacre unit volume the effects on the aircraft. All i want the audience. Take away from this. Slide is the relationship between the lifts that the airfoil produces its airspeed the air density so the lift that we produce is proportional to the density of the air all things being equal you double the air density double the left. The left forces also proportional to the square of the airspeed. You double the square. The airspeed left. That's a bit complicated. Because if you double the square the speed you have to. You only have to raise the airspeed itself by about forty one percent the score to being not one point four one so the relationship here is that if if you were to have a say a theoretical runway up at eighteen thousand feet were the air density is half what it is at sea level in order to produce sufficient lift to break ground in order to keep the lift constant as it is at sea level. You'd have to double the square. bureaucrats velocity. You'd have to have a true. You'd have to attain a true airspeed. It's forty one percent higher in order to break ground at this theoretical eighteen thousand foot airport. Obviously we don't have any sierra nevada airports updating thousand feet but if you go to lake tahoe summer day and the density altitude is between eight and ten thousand feet. Why your true airspeed is going to be about ten to fifteen percent higher in order to break ground under those conditions than it would under standard conditions at sea level. So you're gonna notice that ten to fifteen percents going to be noticeable. And i've noticed it's easy to get two thousand foot density altitude there. You don't need to be much hotter than maybe eighty degrees fahrenheit and you can be right at a thousand feet density altitude. That's absolutely true when when the field elevation is six thousand feet you don't have to be much hotter than standard to to bump the density out to up to eight thousand feet so yeah. That's absolutely true on a hot ninety hundred degree day. Like we're having now. We're seeing density altitudes up around ten thousand feet and certain places while the slot so there are a couple of factors that go into aircraft performance. First and foremost obviously is the engine. We've already talked about having extra power up front and the advantages of having that so. Let's talk about the performance of your non turbocharged engine as you go up to hire debts..

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Western Wildfires Grow, But Better Weather Helps Crews

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Western Wildfires Grow, But Better Weather Helps Crews

"New evacuations have been ordered near Lake Tahoe in Nevada as the Tamarac fire continues to spread interrupted on July fourth from lightning strikes in dry forest land now the tamarack fires burned around eighty square miles ed hill in Nevada's Douglas county says it doesn't look good for his home town right behind my house and the flames of fire which come right down so I don't know if my house is there in the Dixie fire spread further into the Sierra Nevada forcing residents like Gordon demoed to evacuate with his wife and his cats thank you to all the firefighters very emotional audio courtesy of K. R. C. R. T. V. there are dozens of fires burning in the west the bootleg fire in Oregon is the largest well over six hundred square miles hi Jackie Quinn

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Future of Agriculture

Future of Agriculture

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Future of Agriculture

"And the other noted in the state of the system was defined as of january twenty fifteen so whatever assistance a you had at the point where your water levels where what groundwater storage. You had your base at that time. That's all baseline. That's the comparison. We have to draw the coming years and we were pretty pretty bad shape in twenty seventeen noise towards the the drought. So it's actually not a high goal to achieve. Yeah and what about quality. How concerned do we need to be about. The quality of that water that we're putting back into these offers. Yeah so for most of the recharge that we've done. We are actually using winter runoff. Which often for the field said we use is a rainfall or snow runoff from the sierra nevada. Mountains that water is typically considered to be very clean might contain some sediments but it often does not really contain high contaminant loads salts or nitrate. So actually doing more charged with clean. Water is beneficial because we have accumulated quite a few contaminants in groundwater that originate either from geogenic sources so bedrock contaminants were fertilizers or chemicals. Pesticides that we apply on field so doing recharge with clean water can definitely help in some areas to improve the water quality but overall i would say water quality in the long term is going to be big is concerned not the water quantity because the more we use groundwater in the more we use it for irrigation. Every time you do that you bring more salts in more contaminants from the surface down into your ground water system and i think for Base in for example in studies modeling studies. That say that fifty two hundred years we conduct nasc- salinity levels that are not suitable for growing crops anymore. So we have to be careful about that. Yikes okay that's a whole nother interview that we're going to have to do but that's Yeah that's also terrifying. I mean the thought would be would have to desalinate. Our groundwater is all right..

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Monster wildfire tests years of forest management efforts

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Monster wildfire tests years of forest management efforts

"Wildfires are ravaging homes and land in parts of the west including the Tamarac fire in California's Sierra Nevada more and more people are being told to evacuate in alpine county in northern California where the tamarack fires grown over sixty square miles Tony Galvez heeded the evacuation order with his daughter and then from their home is a total loss it hurts nothing I can do about it what my whole life everything I've ever had the rest of the family is away on vacation he worries how his teenage sons will handle this they're going to come home to a moonscape you know I'm worried about them on the western side of the Sierra the Dixie fire has scorched more than ninety square miles nearly twenty large uncontained fires are also burning in Oregon and Washington state I'm Jackie Quinn

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Heroin. But we i mean and people are really like. Are they precious about away. Your precious trust me stuff. But i brought this. Look you do not have to explain to me how insane it sounds from the outside looking in like i get it and you and if you think i'm deep into the rabbit hole i'll i have friends. Who will like ship beers across the country because they are in these trading circles. And we're you know. The people are paying thirty thirty five forty dollars for a four pack. And it's like i got it on this run of pliny the younger whatever the fucking like your local as being like log. Anita's here so. I mean that's a very talented under this town is rotten with that shit Between that between this town being rotten with that shit and also the wine country on the we get here. I want to say that is a no small part as to why me and most of my friends when i was about twenty just started drinking forties and the worst possible. Saint special brew was a special time in the low end alcohol market in the mid nineties. And you're the counterculture. You're the northern california beer snob counterculture smash volume and yeah then for crush four locations under the wheels of a car. Don't drink and drive. Yeah no that's a so what is what is the lowest tier beer. You will accept rolling rock. Is it a natty ice. Whatever you know what the question for you now. How often does it shift i. I'm sorry the show should end. I just need to know. Now that's a fair question. I think the lowest tier. I'll drink is like the sierra nevada. Hazy is a lowest tier all during lie christy. It's like..

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Because when i heard about this race i thought there was trickery. I thought there's no way human can run one hundred miles non-stop especially through the mountains. I thought there's there's campground set up along the way or hotels. I didn't i didn't think it would be possible for human to run a hundred miles but it not always one hundred mile foot race. It's in incredibly difficult. Terrain you know in the sierra nevada. So it's outside of lake tahoe. You're climbing and descending mountains the whole way and then there's a a river you have to cross at mile seventy eight called the rocky rivers you have to actually forge a river and the water can be up over your waist up to your chest at points and yeah and even the race leader. One year jim wamsley. There's a rope you hold onto. He he slipped in. Let go of the rope and he started getting washed downstream. Kinda rescue him. So it's not uncommon for people that like the race ends at this river crossing. And can you imagine running boston. Marathon in midway who come into river crossing the forger river. I mean it's it's such a different sort of race as you're marathon. Yeah it's it's snow melt yeah to me. It brings me back to life. I take a donkey and the cold water. Like i like cold to other people. They can cramp up. And that's kind of the end of the race right there. And there's a saying you know the saying marathoning the the the said start 'til mild twenty There's a saying at western state you know the race doesn't start until you cross the river. So that set mile seven seventy eight. So you essentially have twenty two miles left to the finish line and those are twenty two miles and i think one thing that really stood out for me in the book is how the aid station..

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Aftershocks Expected for Days After California, Nevada Quake

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Aftershocks Expected for Days After California, Nevada Quake

"Aftershocks are expected for days after an earthquake centered south of Lake Tahoe jilted both sides of the California Nevada state line the magnitude six quake shortly before four PM Thursday with senator Walker California a scenic rural community said along a trout stream in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains the quake tossed boulders the size of cars under U. S. three ninety five at one point rockslides close forty miles of the interstate the California highway patrol says some cars were struck by rocks but there weren't any injuries Carolina Estrada the manager at Walker coffee company so the shaking lasted thirty seconds or more dishes fell to the ground on the roof of their shop caved in a bit it was followed by dozens of aftershocks the quake was felt as far off as Las Vegas and even San Francisco it was the strongest traveler in the area since nineteen ninety four I'm Jennifer king

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Strong Earthquake, Magnitude 5.9, Rattles Central California, Sierra Nevada

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Strong Earthquake, Magnitude 5.9, Rattles Central California, Sierra Nevada

"Are shaking this year at Nevada this afternoon with the largest being a magnitude 5.9, which is considered moderate to large and hit at 3 49 PM there. Mark Louisville and Alpine County, which is south east of Lake Tahoe, and multiple smaller quakes have followed. Largest of those being magnitude. 4.2. Initially, the U. S Geological Survey showed a quake centered near Stockton, but that ended up not being the case. U. C. Davis professor of geology John Rundle says quakes in this region other Sierra Not unusual. I mean, there's a whole network of faults in Eastern Sierra, One of the largest earthquakes in California history was the 18 72 earthquake on the Owens Valley Fault. So that was a magnitude. Some 0.8 earthquake. The shaking from this afternoon's quake was felt throughout the Sacramento region and the Bay Area. No immediate reports of any damage.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast

"Hey how are you. People have arth. How are you my. Name's jeff a small wave lover. I'm a craigslist killer of sierra nevada. Beer drinker nicorette tour kanda pile driver. The father of two proud husband. An american. And i'm a midlife surfer and i'm still you join me episode. Thirty four. who defunct alcoa. Would i probably would have never started this. So so you know. Here's to making the best of your circumstances right. And i made some friends out there and you are one of them and i appreciate.

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"sierra nevada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"sierra nevada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside. She knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. Everyone I spoke with talked about this disconnect. The general public just doesn't get their reality. Britney Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are like fishes out of water who can't breathe? Watson remembers the first time she was alone with a patient who died of Cove in 19. It makes her sad that under normal circumstances, there would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they leave this world. And instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now, the patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3, inch window, my eyes and eyebrows and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently, a tidal wave of cove in 19 is toppling her hospital. Watson says it feels like the virus saturates every crevice When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital want these holiday surges to be the last? I can't under estimate, the excitement and the hope that I have attached to this vaccine and that other people in my position have. It's the first time that we've used the word hope. At the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away in many cold months, lie ahead before the vaccine will start to slow the virus, but the California report unless them a clerk.

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