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Bay Nature magazineJanuary-March 2017

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The San Francisco Bay is One of the Most Remarkable, Overlooked Stories of Nature in the 21st Century

January 01, 2017 by Eric Simons

How did so many people come to see the Bay as lifeless, or as negative space to drive over?

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San Francisco Estuary Institute

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The San Francisco Estuary Institute conducts research and synthesizes data on San Francisco Bay and surrounding watersheds.

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Discovering Past Landscapes with Robin Grossinger

June 06, 2012 by Daniel McGlynn

Robin Grossinger directs San Francisco Estuary Institute's Historical Ecology Program. Grossinger's team uses hundreds of historical texts, photographs, and survey maps to depict what the Bay Area used to look like to help inform present and future stewardship, including several extensive restoration projects around the region.

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Trawling for Plastic in SF Bay

October 01, 2011 by Aleta George

Researchers plan to head out this winter looking for micro-plastic in the Bay. Their first-ever trawl last winter turned up concentrations that actually weren’t as bad as some recorded in other waterways. But that might just mean we’re sending more plastic to the Pacific.

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Bay Area Fish Study

January 01, 2002 by Marilyn Smulyan

The first ever comprehensive assessment of fish in Bay Area streams is now available to the public. From 1992 to ...

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