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October 01, 2006 by Michael Ellis
Q: What is the largest species of fish you could find in San Francisco Bay?
A: Let’s limit ourselves to …
September 30, 2006 by Kathleen Wong
The open hills along the Carquinez Strait are home to working ranches and open space preserves that are meeting places for native species from both the coast and the Central Valley. Today’s quiet pastoral landscape makes it hard to envision the violent formative flood that may have cut this critical waterway between the Bay and the Central Valley some half a million years ago.