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Satellite data show big groundwater loss in Colorado River Basin
But a new study suggests the greatest water losses have gone sight unseen. Using satellite data to track overall freshwater losses in the Colorado River Basin from late 2004 to November 2013, researchers estimate that more than 75 percent of the decline was groundwater.
Green Car Congress
California Energy Commission approves $46.6M for hydrogen refueling...
The California Energy Commission gave final approval for nearly $50 million in grant awards for hydrogen refueling and electric charging construction projects recommended for funding in notices of proposed awards published in April and May. California's zero-emission vehicle goal is to get 1.5 million hydrogen, battery electric, and plug-in ... (more)
Wine of the Week: 2012 Enkidu 'E' Old Vine Field Blend
This old vine field blend from Enkidu's owner and winemaker Phillip Staehle is 60 percent zinfandel, 24 percent carignane and 8 percent each alicante bouschet and petite sirah, a proportion that reflects the way vines were planted in the three vineyards that go into this appealing, rustic blend.
Temple City Tribune
Pasadena Showcase House for The Arts Accepting Applications for Grants
The doors to the Pasadena Showcase House of Design have closed; but, the volunteers of Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts are busier than ever preparing for the next phase of their year.
Los Angeles Times
Road to Mars: JPL scientists prepare for a supersonic test over Hawaii
This image depicts the test vehicle for NASA's Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator, or LDSD, which will help the space agency send heavier payloads to Mars.