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What climate change means for coastal fog in California

Dan Fernandez stands in front of a fog collector on the Cal State Monterey Bay campus. (Dana Cronin/KQED)
Dan Fernandez stands in front of a fog collector on the Cal State Monterey Bay campus. (Dana Cronin/KQED)

The Bay Area in California is known for its fog. But as climate change alters weather patterns, scientists are looking about what may happen to fog and what that means for the region’s ecology.

Dana Cronin of KQED reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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