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  • Moderation | Coyote Crossing
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  • Using Google Earth, researchers find unmapped Mozambique wilderness | Coyote Crossing
    slowwatermovement Joe Eaton calls Fowl A Review Toad In The Hole Published on July 4 2015 by Joe Eaton The other invisible hand View from Elephant Hills Published on 5 June 2015 by T R Shankar Raman The Silurian Valley spared but will it be conserved Miracle or Mirage Published on December 5 2014 by Patrick Donnelly Lone Pine s lone pine Is Dead InyoOwnWay Published on August 13 2014 by Mike Prather A Good Defense Is Not Enough The Not Essential List Published on August 18 2013 by Shaun G Nevada Part 2 Basin and Range Watch Published on July 17 2013 by Basin and Range Watch Recent Posts Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist And this is his sofa is it Let Er Drift Louis Sahagun makes it into the Joshua Tree book Moon s up Recent Comments cithra on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist katrinkavt on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist chigau on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist Dale Favier on And this is his sofa is it eamon knight on Social media isn t Get my free email newsletter Enter your email address powered by TinyLetter On Twitter Tweets by canislatrans Feeds RSS Posts RSS Comments My writing at Beacon Napping In the Belly Of The King August 27 2015 The Central Valley s Second Coming May 27 2015 The Desert Is Not Your Blank Canvas April 19 2015 Cynicism and Sentiment In The Desert February 17 2015 Coyote Hunting January 14 2015 What Kind Of Jerk Kills Coyotes For Fun December 10 2014 Permanence December 5 2014 My writing at KCET You Can Help Clean Up Ocean Plastic on Coastal Cleanup Day September 18 2015 It s Up To You

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  • About that sacred right to private property? | Coyote Crossing
    2015 by Meera Lee Sethi California note 1 Slow Water Movement Published on July 7 2015 by slowwatermovement Joe Eaton calls Fowl A Review Toad In The Hole Published on July 4 2015 by Joe Eaton The other invisible hand View from Elephant Hills Published on 5 June 2015 by T R Shankar Raman The Silurian Valley spared but will it be conserved Miracle or Mirage Published on December 5 2014 by Patrick Donnelly Lone Pine s lone pine Is Dead InyoOwnWay Published on August 13 2014 by Mike Prather A Good Defense Is Not Enough The Not Essential List Published on August 18 2013 by Shaun G Nevada Part 2 Basin and Range Watch Published on July 17 2013 by Basin and Range Watch Recent Posts Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist And this is his sofa is it Let Er Drift Louis Sahagun makes it into the Joshua Tree book Moon s up Recent Comments cithra on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist katrinkavt on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist chigau on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist Dale Favier on And this is his sofa is it eamon knight on Social media isn t Get my free email newsletter Enter your email address powered by TinyLetter On Twitter Tweets by canislatrans Feeds RSS Posts RSS Comments My writing at Beacon Napping In the Belly Of The King August 27 2015 The Central Valley s Second Coming May 27 2015 The Desert Is Not Your Blank Canvas April 19 2015 Cynicism and Sentiment In The Desert February 17 2015 Coyote Hunting January 14 2015 What Kind Of Jerk Kills Coyotes For Fun December 10 2014 Permanence December 5 2014 My writing at KCET You Can

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  • US National Park Meme | Coyote Crossing
    Five Islands Though as a 12 year old the cliffs gave me my first ever attack of vertigo Fred Levitan January 12 2009 at 5 39 pm Acadia National Park Maine National Park of American Samoa American Samoa Arches National Park Utah Badlands National Park South Dakota Big Bend National Park Texas Biscayne National Park Florida Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park Colorado Bryce Canyon National Park Utah Canyonlands National Park Utah Capitol Reef National Park Utah Carlsbad Caverns National Park New Mexico Channel Islands National Park California Congaree National Park South Carolina Crater Lake National Park Oregon Cuyahoga Valley National Park Ohio Death Valley National Park California Nevada Denali National Park and Preserve Alaska Dry Tortugas National Park Florida Everglades National Park Florida Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Alaska Glacier National Park part of Waterton Glacier International Peace Park Montana Alberta Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Alaska Grand Canyon National Park Arizona Grand Teton National Park Wyoming Great Basin National Park Nevada Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve Colorado Great Smoky Mountains National Park North Carolina Tennessee Guadalupe Mountains National Park Texas Haleakala National Park Hawaii Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Hawaii Hot Springs National Park Arkansas Isle Royale National Park Michigan Joshua Tree National Park California Katmai National Park and Preserve Alaska Kenai Fjords National Park Alaska Kings Canyon National Park California Kobuk Valley National Park Alaska Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Alaska Lassen Volcanic National Park California Mammoth Cave National Park Kentucky Mesa Verde National Park Colorado Mount Rainier National Park Washington North Cascades National Park Washington Olympic National Park Washington Petrified Forest National Park Arizona Redwood National Park California Rocky Mountain National Park Colorado Saguaro National Park Arizona Sequoia National Park California Shenandoah National Park Virginia Theodore Roosevelt National Park North Dakota Virgin Islands National Park U S Virgin Islands Voyageurs National Park Minnesota Wind Cave National Park South Dakota Wrangell St Elias National Park and Preserve Alaska Yellowstone National Park Idaho Montana Wyoming Yosemite National Park California Zion National Park Utah 26 down 32 to go Next New Park Hawaii Volcanoes or Katmai active volcanoes Next All Time Favorite Park Canyonlands Maze District Next Close To Home Park Probably Lassen again Next park I Used To Work At Redwood Least Interested In Hot Springs Cuyahoga Valley Park I Could See Everyday But Never Went To Channel Islands Park I ve Been To the Most Except for work Yosemite Most Recent Park Death Valley Parks I ve Driven Boated Or Flown By But Never Stopped Great Sand Dunes Katmai Kenai Fjords not counting jetliner flyovers Dnlee January 12 2009 at 6 00 pm I ve been through Smoky Mountains Hot Springs I think Shenandoah I was in Staunton Va or was that a forest I think that was a National Forest George Washington NF is there such a thing I think I ve visited more NF than NPs Mount Saint Helens Mark Twain Shawnee Dave January 12 2009 at 6 23 pm Man i forgot Yosemite Chris Clarke January 12 2009 at 9 24 pm Dnlee George Washington NF does indeed exist west of Shenandoah NP and Staunton is right between them James on examining my recent search strings the closest I can find to what you re talking about is coyote crossing your path However someone did apparently get to this very sad post on my old site by searching on sniff my dirty socks which I can only imagine was a surprise sherwood January 12 2009 at 9 35 pm Omegapet says stiff grades might be hard on the Zheep but maybe not Unless Chris the Desert Earnhardt Clarke has driven its power train into the ground since I last operated the beast it s got some pretty gutsy swagger Oh and the meme thing Done nina January 13 2009 at 7 53 am There s a distinct lack of Washington parks in your visited list I m just sayin arvind January 13 2009 at 11 59 am Tagged Me Of all the people you know I m not worthy One of my eventual goals if I get to make this country my home is to visit every national park This list shows me how little I have actually achieved toward that goal My paltry list does not merit a separate blog post In chronological order Mount Rainier National Park Grand Canyon National Park Petrified Forest National Park I can t be sure about Saguaro National Park In my visits to Tucson I went to Mt Lemmon and Sabino Canyon a few times but both seem to be in the Coronado National Forest Are there any famous landmarks in Saguaro that could jog someone s memory Also I am ashamed to say that having lived in NC for a chunk of time and visiting Asheville a few times I ve never been to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Also ashamed that having driven to the Florida keys on a few occasions while living in Florida I have never been to either the Everglades or the Biscayne National Parks Other non national park spots I ve visited Adirondack Park Preserve NY Colossal Cave Mountain Park AZ Ans to bonus qn Acadia National Park just because it is a short drive away and a co worked who goes there very frequently was praising it to the skies a couple of months back Natural Wonders January 17 2009 at 6 23 pm It seems a shame to allow these natural wonders to go by without comment Yosemite might be my next destination rob January 19 2009 at 10 56 am outside the belly of the beast Nahanni Pacific Rim Jasper BillW January 19 2009 at 5 36 pm Acadia National Park Maine National Park of American Samoa American Samoa Arches National Park Utah Badlands National Park South Dakota Big Bend National Park Texas Biscayne National Park Florida Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park Colorado Bryce Canyon National Park Utah

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  • Bloggy stuff | Coyote Crossing | Page 2
    websites and PayPages on Amazon com will no longer function Amazon Honor System members should make plans now to remove Honor System PayBoxes from their websites This can be done by simply removing the HTML code originally provided for PayBoxes from your page code document We will provide access to disbursement information through December 30 2008 to allow all transactions to be settled After that date Amazon Honor System account pages will be removed from the Amazon com website We urge members to create file copies of necessary financial information before account pages are removed Anyone here have any idea why this might be happening This is a bit of a shame It leaves those of us who absolutely hate PayPal with no entry level alternative for online currency exchange And even if you don t hate PayPal this move essentially makes PayPal a monopoly While Amazon Honor System had its detractors and there were a few aspects of the AHS that irked even its supporters it allowed a fair number of good works style donations It was a valuable tool for readers to show their appreciation of favorite writers Readers of Creek Running North used it generously to support my work I was able to use my AHS account to raise funds for Lauren founder of the groundbreaking feminist blog Feministe to attend the Blogher conference in 2006 covering airfare and expenses and wages lost by taking a few days off without pay Readers at CRN also and perhaps more importantly gave generously to help Gilgamesh pay his emergency vet bills this summer So here s a belated and repeat and fervent thanks to those of you who gave to Lauren Gilly Tmorph and or me and if you ve been meaning to do that latter you have two days left Whatever the reason for the program being discontinued it s a blow to the online microeconomy and it s unlikely that another company will step up to offer an equivalent service Yes I know about Google Checkout Unless you re a PAC or a non profit you need to sell something tangible to use the service Share this Email Like this Like Loading This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged Bloggy stuff on December 9 2008 by Chris Clarke 2009 Coyote Crossing Calendar by Chris Clarke For those of you planning to schedule anything in the coming year please consider doing so by way of writing the relevant scheduling info on a 2009 Coyote Crossing calendar available to you now for only 24 95 Take a look here Share this Email Like this Like Loading This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged Bloggy stuff Photography Visual Art on December 8 2008 by Chris Clarke Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Search for On the Coyot es Network On Forgetting My Field Guide Birds and Words Published on September 16 2015 by Julia Zarankin My Hit Single Are Warblers Less Important Than Tigers Reconciliation Ecology Published on

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  • Could green kill the desert? | Coyote Crossing
    Lee Sethi California note 1 Slow Water Movement Published on July 7 2015 by slowwatermovement Joe Eaton calls Fowl A Review Toad In The Hole Published on July 4 2015 by Joe Eaton The other invisible hand View from Elephant Hills Published on 5 June 2015 by T R Shankar Raman The Silurian Valley spared but will it be conserved Miracle or Mirage Published on December 5 2014 by Patrick Donnelly Lone Pine s lone pine Is Dead InyoOwnWay Published on August 13 2014 by Mike Prather A Good Defense Is Not Enough The Not Essential List Published on August 18 2013 by Shaun G Nevada Part 2 Basin and Range Watch Published on July 17 2013 by Basin and Range Watch Recent Posts Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist And this is his sofa is it Let Er Drift Louis Sahagun makes it into the Joshua Tree book Moon s up Recent Comments cithra on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist katrinkavt on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist chigau on Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist Dale Favier on And this is his sofa is it eamon knight on Social media isn t Get my free email newsletter Enter your email address powered by TinyLetter On Twitter Tweets by canislatrans Feeds RSS Posts RSS Comments My writing at Beacon Napping In the Belly Of The King August 27 2015 The Central Valley s Second Coming May 27 2015 The Desert Is Not Your Blank Canvas April 19 2015 Cynicism and Sentiment In The Desert February 17 2015 Coyote Hunting January 14 2015 What Kind Of Jerk Kills Coyotes For Fun December 10 2014 Permanence December 5 2014 My writing at KCET You Can Help Clean Up

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  • I wish they’d stop printing books I want to read | Coyote Crossing
    draws such as the Lake Powell pipeline Powell gives a harrowing scenario in which Lake Powell drops to dead pool by 2022 rendering projects such as the pipeline useless almost as soon as they become operational But far scarier is the possibility that in this time frame the effects of the devastation of the Colorado due to overuse and reduced flow could well render life in today s desert megacities such as Phoenix and Las Vegas impossible What Powell s book shows is that global warming is without any stretch of imagination capable of rendering life in western America unrecognizable not in our grandchildren s lifetime but in ours I m gonna have to work my review copy mojo looks like Hope I made sure to move my wand to the storage locker Share this Email Like this Like Loading This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged Books Climate Lake Mead National Recreation Areas Parks Public Lands Science Water on January 24 2009 by Chris Clarke Post navigation Owens Valley The Sequel Found while searching for something else 2 thoughts on I wish they d stop printing books I want to read Larry Hogue January 25 2009 at 11 33 am Let s all move to Oregon Should be plenty of rain there right Larry Hogue January 25 2009 at 11 38 am And dammit now you ve made me buy another book two books actually to get the super saver shipping I wish swaptree would let me trade away two books and get one back Search for On the Coyot es Network On Forgetting My Field Guide Birds and Words Published on September 16 2015 by Julia Zarankin My Hit Single Are Warblers Less Important Than Tigers Reconciliation Ecology Published on September 12 2015 by Madhusudan Katti Making Friends With Crows The Corvid Blog Published on August 2 2015 by The Corvid Blog The Heart of Freedom Cecil the Lion Wild Within Published on July 29 2015 by Jennifer Molidor There s Gold in Them Hills Dispersal Range Published on June 28 2015 by Meera Lee Sethi California note 1 Slow Water Movement Published on July 7 2015 by slowwatermovement Joe Eaton calls Fowl A Review Toad In The Hole Published on July 4 2015 by Joe Eaton The other invisible hand View from Elephant Hills Published on 5 June 2015 by T R Shankar Raman The Silurian Valley spared but will it be conserved Miracle or Mirage Published on December 5 2014 by Patrick Donnelly Lone Pine s lone pine Is Dead InyoOwnWay Published on August 13 2014 by Mike Prather A Good Defense Is Not Enough The Not Essential List Published on August 18 2013 by Shaun G Nevada Part 2 Basin and Range Watch Published on July 17 2013 by Basin and Range Watch Recent Posts Some reasons I have been called a radical environmentalist And this is his sofa is it Let Er Drift Louis Sahagun makes it into the Joshua Tree book Moon

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  • Climate | Coyote Crossing
    surplus Within a couple of decades the Colorado River system will have too little water to maintain two large reservoirs even half full requiring us to sacrifice Lake Powell in favor of Lake Mead But don t expect to hear it from the US Bureau of Reclamation it continues to deny the significance of global warming promising that there will always be plenty of water in the Colorado River and its reservoirs the moral and scientific equivalent of the promises of the Corps of Engineers that the levees would protect New Orleans Why do we have federal water agencies that we cannot trust James Lawrence Powell on his book Dead Pool Lake Powell Global Warming and the Future of Water in the West Reviewing Dead Pool The Salt Lake Tribune made the following observations For eight years under George W Bush the Bureau of Reclamation has refused to acknowledge the effects that global warming is having and will yet have on the Colorado in spite of record temperatures and the recent 500 year drought that nearly brought Lake Powell to its knees Instead the bureau continues to use only data from the last century the first half of which was one of the wettest periods in the known history of the Colorado According to Bush s BOR in 2050 Lake Powell which reflects the health of the river as a whole will stand at 3 660 feet just 40 feet below full pool Studies done by climate scientists suggest an entirely different future Recent tree ring studies have shown that the true multicentury average flow of the river is well below that used by the BOR They also show periods when river flow even without the effects of global warming was lower than that experienced in our 500 year drought When one adds to this natural variability and drought prone history even a conservative estimate of projected global warming effects the results are devastating Current estimates of how much the flow of the Colorado might be reduced range between 6 and 30 percent Using just a 10 percent figure and accepting the bureau s own estimates of increased demand and new draws such as the Lake Powell pipeline Powell gives a harrowing scenario in which Lake Powell drops to dead pool by 2022 rendering projects such as the pipeline useless almost as soon as they become operational But far scarier is the possibility that in this time frame the effects of the devastation of the Colorado due to overuse and reduced flow could well render life in today s desert megacities such as Phoenix and Las Vegas impossible What Powell s book shows is that global warming is without any stretch of imagination capable of rendering life in western America unrecognizable not in our grandchildren s lifetime but in ours I m gonna have to work my review copy mojo looks like Hope I made sure to move my wand to the storage locker Share this Email Like this Like

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