Craig is KQED's science editor, specializing in weather, climate, water & energy issues, with a little seismology thrown in just to shake things up. Prior to his current position, he launched and led the station's award-winning multimedia project, Climate Watch. Craig is also an accomplished writer/producer of television documentaries, with a focus on natural resource issues.
Craig Miller's Latest Posts
'Frozen reservoir,' source of a third of California's water, is far below historical average.
Newest Earth science mission could extend the accuracy range of weather forecasts, fine-tune flood forecasts.
Scientists hope a stubborn high-pressure bubble over the West Coast isn't a replay of the last two winters.
County and even statewide strictures are misguided, says federal lands chief.
But given the state of long-range forecasting, climatologists admit that the glimmer could be a mirage.
And a trick to prevent seasickness that the skipper swears by (other than staying ashore).
Who's using the most -- and the least water? The numbers are in -- but officials warn that they can be misleading.
The last of the Coast Guard's big icebreakers departs San Francisco Bay this week, a rare sight on the Bay and a reminder that the U.S. is falling behind in the race for polar dominance -- and knowledge.
A new statewide poll reveals a virtual tie between water and jobs atop the most-pressing-issues list.
Only 1924 and 1977 were drier. And there's little in the long-range forecasts to suggest a rebound soon.
Water worries persist -- and may be driving support for a multi-billion-dollar water bond.
The South Napa Earthquake revealed how much we've yet to learn about seismic faults in the Napa Valley.
The Napa quake jump-started several streams in the Napa and adjoining valleys, but how long they'll run and where the water is coming from is hard to pin down.