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Apr 8 2016 | Monterey Herald | Posted In: In the News
Pacific Grove >> It was quite possibly touched by the likes of John Steinbeck and Ed Ricketts and, if it could talk, what tales it could tell. The original brass ship’s wheel and gear from the historical Western Flyer fishing vessel, used in the 1940 voyage to the Sea of Cortez, by Steinbeck...
Mar 23 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
Bubbles – yes, bubbles – could help protect coral reefs, oyster farms, and other coastal ecosystems from increasing ocean acidification, according to new research by Stanford scientists. BY KER THAN STANFORD SCHOOL OF EARTH, ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES  
Mar 8 2016 | Hakai Magazine | Posted In: In the News
Advances in genetic technology will make us all DNA detectives. by Kenneth R. Weiss   In a Chinese restaurant in a Las Vegas strip mall, Austin Ayer tries to act nonchalant as he orders the most controversial item on the menu. “Do you want crab in your shark fin soup?” asks the waiter. “It tastes...
Feb 23 2016 | Popular Science | Posted In: In the News
Presenting the winners of the 2016 Vizzies   By Popular Science Staff  
Feb 9 2016 | Hakai Magazine | Posted In: In the News
By Ben Goldfarb
Feb 2 2016 | EurekAlert | Posted In: In the News
Awards address effects on coral reefs; connections between rainfall and landslides; and signatures of past El Niños in ice caps NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION   El Niño: What effect will it have on weather, on flooding and landslides, and on economically important coastal ecosystems?
Jan 18 2016 | Science Book A Day | Posted In: In the News
Special thanks to Stephen Palumbi for answering 6 questions about his recently featured book, co-written with his son Anthony Palumbi – The Extreme Life of the Sea
Jan 11 2016 | UW Today | Posted In: In the News
By Michelle Ma The Pacific Ocean along the West Coast serves as a model for how other areas of the ocean could respond in coming decades as the climate warms and emission of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide increases. This region — the coastal ocean stretching from British Columbia to Mexico —...

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