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8:53 AM PST on November 23, 2010

This image appears in today's Los Angeles Times.  With climate change, more winter precipitation will fall as rain, and snow will melt earlier. Scientists estimate 40% of the snowpack will remain by 2099 under a lower warming range (middle panel). If warming is over 5 degrees Fahrenheit, as little as 20% could remain. (California Energy Commission / Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
    • Panel Wants Gov. to Coordinate Climate Data (LAT)
    • Full Transcript from Yesterday's KPCC "Carfree Chat (Pacific Swell)
    • Compare and Contrast: Two Different Approaches on Crenshaw and Expo (City Watch)
    • Treehugger Gives a Nod to L.A.'s DIY Culture
    • Carter Interviews Human Transit's Jarrett Walker (The Source)
    • Why Don't We Dig Tunnels Under Our Freeways to Move More Cars? (Calacanis via Curbed)
    • The Gerald Desmond Bridge Reconstruction Matters to Everyone (City Watch)
    • Driver Sought in K-Town Hit and Run Crash That Killed Woman, 81 (LAT)

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