In the News (press coverage)

2017

OCTOBER

The Spectator, October 4, 2017
Chasing Coral: Diving into ocean conservation
      Keywords: JISAO

SEPTEMBER

Alaska Native News, September 14, 2017
Federal grants fuel collaborative research in endangered Cook Inlet belugas
      Keywords: AFSC

Capital Press, September 14, 2017
Drought spreads across three-quarters of Washington, half of Oregon

      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco 

UW News, September 14, 2017
Old fish few and far between under fishing pressure
      Keywords: JISAO

King5 News, September 11, 2017
Ship pollution leads to lightning, study finds (video)
      Keywords: Todd Mitchell

Capital Press, September 8, 2017
Majority of Washington falls into drought
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Karin Bumbaco

UW News, September 7, 2017
Ship exhaust makes oceanic thrunderstorms more intense
      Keywords: JISAO, Todd Mitchell 

AUGUST

Capital Press
'Incredibly dry' Washington to heat up
      Keywords: Nick Bond, WA State Climate Office

U.S. News, August 9, 2017
Soggy no more: Seattle turns switch with record dry streak
      Keywords: Nick Bond

Seattle Times, August 8, 2017
Seattle's 'amazing transition' from wet to dry probably just a coincidence, scientists say
      Keywords: Nick Bond, WA State Climate Office

JULY

UPI, July 25, 2017
Scientists consider 'cloud brightening' to slow global warming
      Keywords: Tom Ackerman, geoengineering

UW Today, July 25, 2017
Could spraying particles into the marine clouds help cool the planet?

      Keywords: Tom Ackerman, JISAO, Dave Covert, geoengineering

DW, July 17, 2017
Will climate change turn the Sahel green?
      Keywords: JISAO data

Science Daily, July 11, 2017
Most comprehensive database on past global changes is online
      Keywords: Casey Saenger

JUNE

The Arctic Sounder, June 30, 2017
Beluga study underway in Norton Sound
      Keywords: Christy Sims, Amelia Brower

UW Today, June 26, 2017
The New York Times recognizes UW student policy recommendations
      Keywords: Ryan McCabe, JISAO

MAY

Live Science, May 18, 2017
Stianed-glass Earth: Huge foam threads glisten in new satellite image
      Keywords: Kim Martini, JISAO

APRIL

New York Times Magazine, April 18, 2017
Is it o.k. to tinker with the environment to fight climate change?
      Keywords: Tom Ackerman

New York Times, April 10, 2017
Scientists fear climate data gap as Trump aims at satellites
      Keywords: Tom Ackerman

Geek Wire, April 5, 2017
Sea lion scientists call on software engineers to help count the marine behemoths, offer $25,000 prize money
      Keywords: NOAA Marine Mammal Lab

MARCH

Gizmodo, March 30, 2017
The hunt for undiscovered drugs at the bottom of the sea
      Keywords: JISAO, Dave Butterfield

FiveThirtyEight, March 28, 2017
A century-old Arctic shipwreck could help us predect extreme weather
      Keywords: JISAO, Kevin Wood, climate change

Seattle PI, March 7, 2017
Trump pitches tsunami of cuts to NOAA
      Keywords: JISAO

King5 News, March 7, 2017
It's not your imagination - winter's been colder than normal (video)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

FEBRUARY

Stories in the News, February 17, 2017
What you need to know about the critically endangered whale you've never heard of
     Keywords: Amy Kennedy

King 5 News, February 7, 2017
With lowland snow, have washington winters returned to 'normal?' (video)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

JANUARY

KTVA Alaska, January 25, 2017
Scientists fear Trump administration will wipe climate change data from government websites
      Keywords: Nick Bond, JISAO

MyNorthwest, January 19, 2017
Seattle weather about to take a change toward 'typical' (video)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

Gizmodo, January 19, 2017
Breathtaking new video footage of the ocean's uncharted depths
      Keywords: JISAO, David Butterfield, hydrothermal vents, Back-Arc

UW Today, January 10, 2017
Rapid Arctic warming has in the past shifted Southern Ocean winds

      Keywords: JISAO, ice core

My Northwest, January 5, 2017
Cold snap in W. Washington is 'kind of the way it is'
      Keywords: Nick Bond