Photo Friday: The Yellow Spot

Today's Photo Friday comes via social media: Instagram follower Jesse Armstrong sent us this photo of a mysterious yellow spot found on a rainbow trout he caught Read More…

Journey of a Water Drop

Today is World Water Day, so we thought it was a fitting time to highlight the importance of water is to us all. The rivers we study Read More…

Film Friday: An Unwelcome Green

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-24h2mWB1M In recent years, St. Patrick's Day wasn't they only time for seeing green in California's Central Valley – huge mats of invasive water hyacinth clogged many Read More…

Bridge to the Past

Knights Ferry is small community 11 miles east of Oakdale that, like the many foothill towns in California, grew out of a need to support the population Read More…

On the eDNA Trail of the Mekong Giant Catfish

It’s surprisingly difficult to find some of the world’s biggest fish. Despite their behemoth size, many of the largest freshwater fish species are critically endangered, meaning there Read More…

Flashback Friday: Zipping Through Time

California's wet winter has recently brought floodplains to the fore of many water discussions in the state. On today's Flashback Friday, we wanted to share our post Read More…

Woven Wedge Traps

People who live in the countryside in Laos depend on water. Small rivers, streams and wetlands located near their villages support livelihoods of subsistence farming and livestock Read More…

Peer Review for the California WaterFix

Winter storms have dumped copious amounts of precipitation over much of California in the last month, causing several reservoirs to operate under flood control conditions. Recent events, Read More…

Photo Friday: World Wildlife Day

Today, March 3, is World Wildlife Day, designated by the United Nations to mark the signing of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Read More…