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Climate study shows state's vulnerability to global warming

graphic of precipitation projection for CaliforniaA detailed new study by UCSC researchers says global warming will mean warmer temperatures and smaller snowpacks in California, with serious adverse effects on the state's water supply. "Everybody has guessed at the effects on water resources, but now we have numbers and locations," said Lisa Sloan, an associate professor of Earth sciences and a coauthor of the study. More

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CURRENTS ONLINE is produced every two weeks during the summer. The next issue will be posted on Monday, June 24.

June 10-23, 2002
Vol. 6, No. 41

UCSC ham radio operators to 'talk to the world' June 22-23

UC president, UCSC chancellor discuss state budget

Degree awarded on behalf of student killed in fall

New web 'portal' tailored to students' needs, interests

Video by UCSC faculty captures life in the Zócalo

Campus community invited to Center for AO opening

UC puts India Education Abroad program on hold

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