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Mosquitoes Now A Year-Round Problem In Southern California04:58
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California is seeing an increasing variety in its mosquito population. Invasive Aedes aegypti, pictured above, and Aedes albopictus mosquitos may have arrived through global trade or travel. (sanofi-pasteur/ Flickr)
California is seeing an increasing variety in its mosquito population. Invasive Aedes aegypti, pictured above, and Aedes albopictus mosquitos may have arrived through global trade or travel. (sanofi-pasteur/ Flickr)
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The Here & Now contributor station KPCC in Los Angeles has a project underway called iSeeChange. The goal is to have listeners write or call in about possible signs of climate change in their backyards. KPCC takes the observations and shares them with scientists to get their take. One of the recent topics: mosquitoes. From Here & Now's contributing station KPCC, Molly Peterson reports.

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This segment aired on August 17, 2015.

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