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Living below Sea Level
People are buying homes in the Delta--what are they thinking?
Shirley Skeel
Tainted Greens
E. coli panic puts farmers in the crossfire
Carl Nagin
George Davidson and the Point of the Beginning
"Once seen, it will never be forgotten."
John Cloud
Treasure Hunting along Monterey Bay
Geocaching uses GPS to find surprises
Anne Canright
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IN THIS ISSUE

Tainted Greens--an in-depth look at safety measures being taken in response to last year's discovery of deadly E. coli in packaged spinach finds some may be counter-productive; people are buying homes below sea level in the Delta --what are they thinking? George Davidson and the mapping of the California coast; geocaching alongshore, and more.

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Hearst Ranch Update--What has the public won so far? Ocean Noise--bigger and louder ships are seen as a menace to marine life; Saving the Coast through Photography--an interview with Ken and Gabrielle Adelman; San Francisco's Hidden Creeks--how you can find some of them; and more.

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U.S. residents and others rush to buy and build on Baja California's unprotected coast, rapidly destroying wild lands; the honeybee crisis has everyone's attention, but other pollinators need help too; California's underfunded state parks--what's being lost and what needs to be done; a historian looks at our changing relationship with the ocean, and more. Click here for the previous issue.

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