2011

Slo Coast Journal, January, 2011 – Microcystin is Polluting the Water in Monterey Bay and other Central Coastal Areas, Killing 21 Sea Otters

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Slo Coast Journal, February, 2011 – Precious Water and The Cycle of Insanity, Part I

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Slo Coast Journal, March, 2011 – Precious Water and The Cycle of Insanity, Part II Agricultural Toxins are Polluting Ground Water and the Ocean

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Slo Coast Journal, April, 2011 – SLO’s Godzilla: Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant (DCNPP)

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Slo Coast Journal, May, 2011 – Proposed: Marine Sanctuary Expansion or Marine National Monument Part I, Santa Lucia Bank, Santa Lucia Escarpment, Arguello Canyon and the Persistent Upwelling between Point Conception and Point Sal “Core Area One”

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Slo Coast Journal, June, 2011 – Proposed: Marine Sanctuary Expansion or Marine National Monument Part II, The Rodriguez Seamount, part of the Santa Lucia Bank Area Santa Lucia Bank, Santa Lucia Escarpment, Arguello Canyon and the Persistent Upwelling between Point Conception and Point Sal “Core Area One”

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Slo Coast Journal, July, 2011 – California Coastal National Monument Working in Coordination with National Marine Sanctuaries

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Slo Coast Journal, August, 2011 – Yak Tityu Tityu, Northern Chumash, and the Chumash: A General Overview: Part One

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Slo Coast Journal, Sept., 2011 – Yak Tityu Tityu, Northern Chumash, and the Chumash: A General Overview: Part Two, Section A

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SLO Coast Journal, Oct., 2011 – Yak Tityu Tityu, Northern Chumash, and the Chumash: A General Overview: Part Two, Section B

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Slo Coast Journal, Nov., 2011 – Central Coast National Marine Sanctuary Possibilities

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Slo Coast Journal, Dec., 2011 – Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant  Needlessly Kills Marine Life and Harms the Local Fishing Industry

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