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Jul 21 2016 | Stanford News | Posted In: In the News
A new study upends the status quo to combatting schistosomiasis, which affects 250 million people worldwide. The Stanford-led team suggests that the spread of the parasitic disease is curbed more effectively with ecological intervention than drug treatment alone. Also in: EurekAlert! Science...
Jul 11 2016 | Peninsula Press | Posted In: In the News
BY ISABEL JONES “Welcome to another lousy day in the woods — we’re not going to have any fun or enjoy ourselves, at all.”
Jun 29 2016 | Environment 360 | Posted In: In the News
New advances in technology are sparking efforts to use virtual reality to help people gain a deeper appreciation of environmental challenges. VR experiences, researchers say, can be especially useful in conveying key issues that are slow to develop, such as climate change and extinction.
Jun 28 2016 | Coral Reef Symposium | Posted In: In the News
Proceedings Of The International Coral Reef Symposium 2016 The Proceedings of the 13th International Coral Reef Symposium held in Honolulu, Hawaii, from 19th -24th June, 2016, have been published in digital format and are available for download as individual sections and papers. The Society wishes...
Jun 28 2016 | 13th International Coral Reef Symposium | Posted In: Awards
Congratulations to Palumbi Lab graduate student Megan Morikawa for winning the student presentation award at ICRS 2016 - the International Coral Reef Symposium!
Jun 28 2016 | Center for Ocean Solutions | Posted In: In the News
Blue Serengeti Premieres July 1 @ 10PM, only on Discovery Channel's Shark Week. Monterey, CA - Discovery Channel’s Shark Week has become an annual phenomenon, drawing millions of viewers enthralled with the mystery, power and extreme agility of the world’s large predatory sharks.
Jun 15 2016 | Posted In: In the News
In one of the largest global studies of its kind, researchers conducted more than 6,000 reef surveys in 46 countries across the globe and discovered 15 ‘bright spots’ – places where, against all the odds, there were a lot more fish on coral reefs than expected. The study, published in Nature, aimed...
Jun 12 2016 | Curious Meerkat | Posted In: In the News
What do those cute little baby sea turtles do after their epic sprint to the water? Until very recently, we simply didn’t know. Nobody had been able to study the movement of juvenile sea turtles in natural conditions – they were simply too small and too difficult to track. But a new study reveals...

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