Mono Lake News


Los Angeles Times
Paddle the strange, saline waters of ancient Mono Lake. And keep an eye out for little critters
Los Angeles Times
In the water are legions of brine shrimp, fingernail-sized creatures that float at all depths. Protruding from the water are the tufa towers, which look like irradiated anthills but are really calcium-carbonate mounds formed by interaction of ...

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Los Angeles Times
Once teetering, Mono Lake is revived by heavy rains, snow
Los Angeles Times
The increasingly salty water threatened to kill brine shrimp, a favorite food of the estimated 50,000 California gulls that breed here each year. Exposure of a land bridge provided coyotes with access to the second-largest California gull colony in the ...
California's Drought-Ravaged Lakes Are Being Rapidly Revived by Weeks of RainKTLA
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Sierra Wave
Climate-issues seminar Thursday in Lee Vining
Sierra Wave
Student scientists Caelen and Ellery McQuilkin will discuss the Dana Glacier and cold air pooling at Mono Lake. Mono Lake Committee present and past Executive Directors Geoff McQuilkin and Martha Davis will describe how Mono Lake is responding to ...

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Los Angeles Times
Rising water levels at Mono Lake
Los Angeles Times
Recent storms and increased snowpack have contributed to rising water levels at Mono Lake. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times). Copyright 2017, Los Angeles Times · Weeks of rain are rapidly reviving California's drought-ravaged lakes ...

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KABC-TV
LA eyes Mono Lake water levels near Yosemite National Park
KABC-TV
Los Angeles is eyeing water levels at Mono Lake near Yosemite National Park as it could help its future water supply. (KABC). KABC. By Rob McMillan. Wednesday, January 18, 2017. MONO LAKE, Calif. (KABC) --. There's no place in California quite like ...

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San Diego Reader
Eastern Sierra trout can go at it again
San Diego Reader
#After six years of stocking non-breeding trout, next spring the state Department of Fish and Wildlife will begin raising and stocking little breeders in the Owens River and Mono Lake basins. #Stopped in 2011, lawsuits against department claimed brood ...

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Los Angeles Times
Travel. Love. Create. Yearn. How this artist is facing down the threat ...
Los Angeles Times
A doctor told her to quit school. Instead, she bought a plane ticket. Kam Redlawsk hasn't stopped traveling since.

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Standard-Examiner
Great Salt Lake causeway breach concerns mineral, brine shrimp industries
Standard-Examiner
The east evaporation ponds of Compass Minerals as seen from above on Oct. 18, 2016. After a three-year evaporation process through various ponds, the company extracts minerals for fertilizer and road salts using brine from the Great Salt Lake's north arm.

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Los Angeles Times
Sail away with the heroes of 'Star Wars' and Marvel adventures - LA ...
Los Angeles Times
Kids can connect to holographic models of the Millennium Falcon, an X-wing starfighter or the Death Star via the high-tech control hub.

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Sacramento Bee
Weekend walk: Ecological anomalies await at Mono Lake
Sacramento Bee
In fact, it's home to tons of brine shrimp that help sustain the regional and migratory birds who rely on Mono Lake, such as sandpipers, snowy plovers and California gulls. Dozens of different bird species live there, so bring binoculars if you'd like ...

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