A Water Year for the Record Books

The 2017 water year has come to a close, and it certainly proved to be a drought buster. In western states, precipitation is gauged not on the Read More…

A Drought-Quenching Deluge

Many areas in California are still recovering from the previous weeks of torrential rainfall, caused by an atmospheric river. As large amounts of precipitation have swept across Read More…

Rainbow Trout Hit Hard by Hot Water

The Stanislaus River is home to one of the largest populations of rainbow trout in California’s Central Valley, but a new report shows the fish have suffered Read More…

What goes up must come down

Tens of thousands of steelhead previously migrated through Santa Cruz on their way up the San Lorenzo River, and anglers would line the banks to fish in Read More…

It’s Snow Joke: Fish Need Snowpack

Fish might be the furthest thing on the minds of skiers and snowboarders carving the Sierra slopes, but the amount of mountain snowpack that accumulates in winter Read More…

Fisheries Challenges in Tropical Reservoirs

In California, reservoirs are an ingrained part of the state’s agriculture, recreation, and economy. Many of us have fond memories of spending days at these managed lakes Read More…

Reservoir fishing

The Theun-Hinboun Power Company (THPC) in Lao PDR operates the Nam Gnouang Dam, which is built on a major tributary of the Nam Theun/Kading river system, and Read More…

Ghost Train

One side effect of large California reservoirs getting drawn down to historic lows is the relics they reveal of times past. Along the Merced River and within Read More…

Ringing in a New Water Year

It's time to make some water-related resolutions, because October 1 marks the beginning of a new water year. A "water year" is a term used by the Read More…

Double rainbow – where does it lead?

Always on a mission to capture the diverse and unusual impressions afforded by our work, we recently witnessed this beautiful double rainbow — which appeared to end Read More…