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IS CLIMATE CHANGE AFFECTING HOW PLANTS REPRODUCE? THAT'S THE QUESTION BEHIND A PROJECT LAUNCHING AT SAN DIEGO STATE THIS FALL. KPBS EDUCATION REPORTER MEGAN BURKS INTRODUCES US TO SOME OF THE SCIENTISTS TAKING PART, AND THE NATIVE PLANT THEY'RE STUDYING.
The Navy is rolling out its latest plan to manage wildlife in the training ground for the waters from southern California to Hawaii. After years of legal battles, environmentalists worry the Navy is backsliding in its latest plan.
SAN DIEGO RESEARCHERS ARE DEPLOYING NEW TOOLS TO STUDY THE ANTARCTIC'S UNDERWATER FOOD WEB. NOAA SCIENTISTS HAVE TRACKED KRILL POPULATIONS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEANS FOR YEARS, BUT FOR THE FIRST TIME, THEY PLAN TO USE AUTONOMOUS DRONES TO HELP WITH THE RESEARCH.