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Blog: Did life begin on Mars?

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NASA’s recent discovery of water on Mars has rekindled hopes that we may yet find neighbors in our solar system. … The most important findings of the Mars Rover may not be that water exists on the planet now, but that it held standing water in the past.

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Half of homes in Blackhawk neighborhood using excessive water

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The gated community of Saddleback in the wealthy enclave of Blackhawk might be the soggiest neighborhood in the East Bay. … This is because more than half of the homeowners in the posh neighborhood — built from 1979 to 1988 for families with horses — are flouting cutbacks ordered by the East Bay Municipal Utility District.

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Lessons learned from a legend: Luna Leopold’s view of the river

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No time seems more fitting than now – with the epic drought in California and major flooding from a nor’easter and Hurricane Joaquin – to pay tribute to Luna B. Leopold, the first chief hydrologist at the USGS. More so than any other scientist, he set the course for the USGS approach to understanding river flows, groundwater and surface water interactions and the value of long-term data collection.

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