Media Coverage: Oceans
Jim Leape discusses the advancements in technology that will help give us new insights regarding the ocean.
By Jim Leape,
As ocean animals swim past, they leave behind DNA. Now, scientists have shown these genetic clues can be used as forensic markers to accurately and easily survey marine life in complex deep-water environments.
Katharine Mach discusses "the unevenness of climate change impacts" as sea levels risen and hit Imperial Beach, California.
By Anne C. Mulkern,
A new study co-authored by Jeremy Goldbogen assesses the body composition of 32 shark species, looking at how buoyancy control is affected by their envirionment.
Steve Palumbi co-authors a study looking into the adaptation rates of corals and their ability to change and survive.
By AFP News,
Mentions study done by David Cade from Hopkins Marine Station
By Elizabeth Pennisi,
Mentions study done by Stephanie J. Green
By Carl Meyer,
Steve Palumbi discusses methods to help coral reefs.
By Haniya Rae,
Katharine Mach is quoted on the issues arising from the Del Mar walkable beach
By Anne C. Mulkern,
Barbara Block's research is cited on the use of the Tuna's lymphatic system to control its dorsal and anal fins to navigate the sea.
As some of our nation's top aquarium's begin the process of fazing out the use of plastic products Jeff Koseff, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford University who studies plastics in the ocean, believes...
By Paul Rogers,
Kevin Arrigo is quoted on his study on what might be driving the ocean summer bloom in Greenland
By Ker Than,
Study by co-author Fiorenza Micheli is cited, explaining the low risks of shark attacks
By The Associated Press,
Cites Alexandria Boehm comments on the future of eDNA
By Rob Jordan,
Jeremy Bailenson, professor of communication at Stanford University uses VR technology as a way to explain ocean acidification and create an urgency to act
By Robert Bright,
Mentions work by Steve Palumbi to test veracity of seafood labelling.
By Mike Hale,
Op-ed coauthored by Steve Palumbi examines myths and mysteries of the sea.
By Steve and Anthony Palumbi,
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