Media Coverage: Oceans
Scientists like Barbara Block try to figure out why great white sharks are all migrating to what's known as the White Shark Cafe.
By Corinne Purtill,
Robert Jackson comments on new study.
By Michael Rubinkam,
Deborah Sivas comments on a new study looking into climate change-driven sea level rise that could threaten some home across the U.S.
By Jennifer Dorroh,
Angee Doerr from the Center for Oceans Solutions is mentioned
By Kate Furby,
Larry Crowder lead developer of EcoCast comments of the satellite fishing software.
By Tim Sandle,
Rosamond Naylor is named as one of the Oceana Science Advisors.
Barbara Block is quoted on the shark warning in the Bay Area.
Barbara Block comments on White Shark migration to Baja California in Mexico, a location known as the "White shark Cafe."
By Merrit Kennedy,
Center for Ocean Solutions is mentioned.
By Jessica Else,
Research by Barbara Block is mentioned.
By Christine Heinrichs,
A team of scientist led by Woods affiliate Barbara Block are tracking shark activity to a specific site "that's long been considered an oceanic desert."
By Gabby Ferreira,
William Gilly comments on octopus genes and a recent published study claiming alien origins of the animal.
By Sara Chodosh,
Barton Thompson comments on the potential of an appeal by the Supreme Court in the Vinod Khosla case.
By Paul Rogers,
Ryan Kelly discusses eDNA tracking and its potential use.
By Kathiann Kowalski,
Satellite data from thousands of high seas fishing vessels over four years illuminate global fishing’s scope and pattern – down to single vessels and hourly activity – and hold promise for improving ocean management across the planet.
Matthew Siegfried talks about a recent study looking into how ocean tides affect the loss of ice sheets in the Antarctic and Greenland.
By Laurence Padman and Matthew R. Siegfried,
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