Dennis Baldocchi

UC Berkeley Labor Center

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Professor of biometeorology at UC Berkeley.

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In California, 30 million people could be without drinking water under a doomsday scenario that envisions the breaching of the levees surrounding the Sacramento–San Joaquin River…

Sinking Sacramento Delta puts Californians at risk

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