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DAILY NEWS FETCH - August 21, 2015
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Editor & Publisher, Lewis Perdue. Assistant Editor, Becca Yeamans-Irwin
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TODAY'S TOP NEWS
The massive Central Valley subsidence is actually a LOT worse than 10 feet! Scroll down to Daily Data for an astounding map from the USGS. And a shocking photo of just how bad it has gotten.
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GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY DATA
CORRECTION: The massive Central Valley subsidence: is Actually a LOT Worse Than 10 Feet!
Yesterday's Daily Data had the right number in mind but the wrong graphic. The NASA subsidence image used yesterday was only for eight months: May 2014-January 2015.
Actually, the worst subsidence measured was for 1926-1977 and about 28 feet (more than 8.5 meters). A ten-foot subsidence would be a hair over 3 meters.
Source: US Geological Survey. Click this link for more info and charts
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TODAY'S FEATURED WINE
Lewis Perdue's Rating of Bello Family Vineyards: Syrah: Napa Valley - California: : 2010: United States
This is a stylish, medium-bodied, somewhat astringent and fruit-shy Syrah with more edges than curves. $65 at the winery tasting room. For my taste, not a good use of my wine budget.
WINE REVIEW POLICY: For winery tasting samples, gifts from friends or family or samplings at a party or event, review it truthfully, but only if I like it. If I have paid my own very-hard-earned money on a bottle, the gloves are off and it gets what it deserves ... whether perfect or puerile.
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