Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

MEDIA COVERAGE FACULTY: Stephen Palumbi

Can Corals Adapt to Climate Change? »

November 1, 2017

Steve Palumbi study looking into the adaptation of coral in climate change conditions in mentioned.

By Kat Kerlin, UC Davis

Survival of coral reefs depends on pollution cuts: study »

November 1, 2017

Steve Palumbi co-authors a study looking into the adaptation rates of corals and their ability to change and survive.

By AFP News, Yahoo News

For the Success of Coral Restoration, a Matter of Scale »

September 9, 2017

Steve Palumbi discusses methods to help coral reefs.

By Haniya Rae, Undark

Bringing the Plight of Coral Reefs to Our Screens »

July 19, 2017

Stephen Palumbi is quoted on coral bleaching and its effects calling it "one of the chief footprints of climate change."

By Ramin Skibba, Inside Science

Coverage: Stanford researchers explore how corals of Bikini Atoll survive nuke tests »

July 17, 2017

Stephen Palumbi is quoted on his research into the adaptability of corals in Bikini Atoll after long exposure to nuclear

USA Today, The Guardian, The Independent, The London Economic, The Daily Mail, Xinhuanet

The Grub Hunter: Seafood bait and switch runs rampant »

April 25, 2017

Mentions work by Steve Palumbi to test veracity of seafood labelling.

By Mike Hale, Monterey Herald

Five myths about oceans »

April 21, 2017

Op-ed coauthored by Steve Palumbi examines myths and mysteries of the sea.

By Steve and Anthony Palumbi, Washington Post

Will Climate Change Wipe out the Coral Reefs? Watch an Expert Explain Why There’s Still Hope »

November 10, 2015

Interview with Senior Woods Fellow Steve Palumbi (Humanities and Sciences) on the future of the world's corals.

By Amelia Urry, Grist

Toxin in crab among impacts of warm sea that alarm scientists »

November 7, 2015

Senior Woods Fellow Steve Palumbi (Humanities and Sciences) discusses the causes and potential impacts of warming West Coast waters.

By Peter Fimrite and Kurtis Alexander, SF Chronicle

The Invisible Ocean Threat That Ripples Through the Food Chain »

August 31, 2015

Senior Woods Fellow Stephen Palumbi (Biology) discusses the critical role that corals play and how ocean acidification puts them at risk. 

PBS Newshour

What Would You Study About the Ocean? »

August 25, 2015

KQED Education profiles Senior Woods Fellow Stephen Palumbi (Biology) about his career path and passion for marine biology.

By Andrea Aust, KQED

Revealed: The Ocean's Tiniest Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain »

May 22, 2015

Senior Fellow, by courtesy, Steve Palumbi (Biology) discusses the importance of the trillions of microor

By Christopher Joyce, NPR

BBC, PBS to Highlight Monterey Bay Rebound »

May 11, 2015

Quotes Senior Fellow, by courtesy, Steve Palumbi (Biology) on how the efforts of many people over time m

By Jason Hoppin, Monterey Herald

The Monterey Bay catch is a bit of a mystery. And cheap. And delicious. »

January 22, 2015

Senior Fellow Steve Palumbi, by courtesy, (Biology) discusses how choosing to eat mackerel is both an environmentally fr

By Kera Abraham, http://www.montereycountyweekly.com/archives/2015/0122/the-monterey-bay-catch-is-a-bit-of-a-mystery/article_d1c6e3aa-a1ce-11e4-a8b4-43f8ef0aee9c.html

Sixth Extinction Proves Slower at Sea »

January 16, 2015

Marine Sciences Professor and Senior Fellow, by Courtesy Stephen Palumbi, discusses steps we can take to slow the impact

By Brittany Patterson and ClimateWire, Scientific American

Ocean Life Faces Mass Extinction, Broad Study Says »

January 15, 2015

Marine Sciences Professor and Senior Fellow, by Courtesy Stephen Palumbi, discusses how limiting the industrialization o

By Carl Zimmer, New York Times

How a Few Species Are Hacking Climate Change »

May 6, 2014

Describes Woods Senior Fellow Steve Palumbi's research findings of two different mechanisms by which organisms can adapt to heat

By Emmy Marris, National Geographic

Monterey Bay An 'Ocean Buffet Open For Business' This Spring »

May 6, 2014

Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Stephen Palumbi on reasons for this year's increased presence of marine animals and wildlife in Monterey Bay, Calif.

By NPR Staff, NPR via KQED

Heat-Hardy Corals Could Help Save Dying Reefs »

May 1, 2014

Describes Woods Senior Fellow Steve Palumbi's study of heat-tolerant corals

By Rosanne Skirble, Voice of America

Climate Change: Pacific Ocean Acidity Dissolving Shells of Key Species »

April 30, 2014

Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Steve Palumbi on how ocean acidity is dissolving shells of tiny sea creatures

By Paul Rogers, San Jose Mercury News

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