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Trees Capture Fog — So Why Can’t We?

December 30, 2015 by Ramin Skibba

Dozens of experimental fogcatchers stand poised like sentinels across coastal cliffs and fields along the Central Coast, awaiting the marine layer to enshroud them.


Fog and redwoods: Demystifying the mist

June 30, 2013 by Joan Hamilton

Fog means survival for many Bay Area plants and animals. What will happen to this life-giving airborne moisture in an era of global warming?


In the Fog Drip at Point Reyes

August 04, 2012 by Jules Evens

“To find new things, take the path you took yesterday.” —John Burroughs I was thinking about John Burroughs, “the Grand ...

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Summer Breeze Makes Me Feel Fine

July 01, 2010 by Eric Simons

Summer is the season for sea breezes in the Bay Area, and no one knows that better than the kite-boarders, windsurfers, and sailors who ply the Bay every chance they get.

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Tule Fog

February 13, 2009 by Amy Whitcomb

In between winter storms, the coast is clear, but the Central Valley can be socked in with thick fog. Find out why.

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Summer Fog

July 01, 2008 by Amy Whitcomb

After a few sweltering days, the fog is back in San Francisco. Find out why.

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Cutting Through the Fog

July 01, 2002 by Harold Gilliam

While the rest of the West bakes in the summer heat, Bay Area residents salute the return of the fog. Renowned environmental journalist Harold Gilliam explains the dynamics of the Bay Area's natural air-conditioning system as two local photographers capture its fleeting beauty.


Car Free on Mount Tam

July 01, 2001 by Heather Evergreen

Mount Tam's Steep Ravine and Dipsea trails take you from conifer forest to open slopes to sandy beach. And, best of all, when you take the bus and not your car, you don't have to walk back uphill afterwards.

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