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California WaterBlog: Peter Moyle on Stream Fish & Floods

UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences Assistant Director Peter Moyle discusses What do stream fish do during flood flows in this week's California WaterBlog:

My local stream, Putah Creek, looks like a river these days.  Water is pouring down the Glory Hole of Lake Berryessa and rushing in muddy turmoil from the ‘dry’ creeks that are its main tributaries.   The creek’s deeply incised and leveed channel is containing the flows that once would have spread [...]

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