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The Really Big One (7/13/2015 The New Yorker)

Global sea levels have risen six meters or more with just slight global warming (7/9/2015 Science Daily)

Your idle computer could help scientists study the drought (7/6/2015 KPCC)

Oregon State University scientists plug into undersea circuitry to sense and analyze the mysteries of the ocean (7/6/2015 Register-Guard)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute names new president (6/30/2015 Boston Business Journal)

Warm-water mass off West Coast is focus of Oregon State University climate-change research (6/29/2015 Register-Guard)

Antarctica Is Home to Newly Discovered Yeti Crab (6/28/2015 Liberty Voice)

Study finds sudden shift in "forcing" led to demise of Laurentide ice sheet (6/23/2015 Phys.org)

El Niño Seen Strengthening, Unlikely To Bring Drought Relief (6/12/2015 KUOW.org)

OSU drops final ocean buoy off Newport as part of national aquatic research (6/3/2015 The Oregonian)

New study shows influence on climate of fresh water during last ice age (5/28/2015 Phys.org)

Subduction Thrust Investigation of New Zealand using Geothermics and Seismics (5/20/2015 Sting Cruise Blog)

Guides give geology lessons to visitors in Oregon’s Coast Range (5/19/2015 Seattle Times)

Installation Continues and O&M Begins at the Endurance Array (5/13/2015 Ocean Observatories Initiative)

Carbon Pollution’s Harm To Sea Life Coming Faster Than Expected (5/12/2015 Climate Progress)

Million-Year-Old Bubbles Reveal Antarctica's Oldest Climate Snapshot (5/11/2015 Livescience)

Ocean acidification on menu for Science Pub Monday (5/11/2015 Daily Barometer)

Carbon Pollution’s Harm To Sea Life Coming Faster Than Expected (5/7/2015 Climate Progress)

New program to train international specialists in water conflict resolution (5/7/2015 OSU News & Research)

Researchers measure giant "internal waves" that help regulate climate (5/7/2015 Phys.org)

Geologist outlines earthquake "time bombs" in a forthcoming book (5/6/2015 Phys.org)

Science Pub examines ocean acidification (5/5/2015 Gazette Times)

Oregon Scientists Lead Underwater Research (5/5/2015 KUOW.org)

Istanbul, Portland, Tehran And Jakarta All At Risk For Life-Threatening Earthquakes In The Future (4/29/2015 Huffington Post)

200-year lag between climate events in Greenland, Antarctica: Ocean involved (4/29/2015 Science Daily)

An active Oregon volcano could house a new renewable energy lab (4/28/2015 Portland Business Journal)

OSU geoscientist wins $250,000 award for global water negotiations (4/23/2015 Oregonian)

Finding Climate Clues in Ancient Polar Ice (4/20/2015 South Dakota Public Broadcasting)

Tsunami poses risk to almost 100,000 on West Coast (4/15/2015 CBS News)

OSU takes to the capitol (4/15/2015 Barometer)

Wiring the world below (4/5/2015 The Economist)

Sea change: OSU building interdisciplinary marine studies program (3/28/2015 Gazette Times)

Don't Torpedo The Dam, Full Speed Ahead For Ethiopia's Nile Project (3/26/2015 NPR)

Booz Allen Hamilton and Kaggle Announce the Winner of the Inaugural National Data Science Bowl (3/23/2015 Business Wire)

Antarctic warmth brings more snow, reducing sea level rise (3/18/2015 The Ecologist)

Oceans Are Losing Oxygen—and Becoming More Hostile to Life (3/13/2015 National Geographic)

New research reveals low-oxygen impacts on West Coast groundfish (3/11/2015 Phys.org)

As Oregon's warm winter ends, snowpack worries rise (3/10/2015 KTVZ)

Oregon scientist proposes Lego set about female geologists (3/6/2015 Oregonian)

Using satellites to monitor forest health (2/28/2015 Environmental News Network)

OSU Wins Grant To Help Underwater Drones Track Marine Life (2/25/2015 OPB)

Study outlines threat of ocean acidification to coastal communities in U.S. (2/23/2015 NSF)

Deep-sea vents celebrated (2/18/2015 Daily Barometer)

Scientists find deep-ocean evidence for Atlantic overturning decline (2/17/2015 Phys.org)

Oregon Snowpack at Record Lows (1/30/2015 ABC News)

Is it Okay to Eat Snow? (1/26/2015 Popular Science)

The Next Mega Tsunami (1/26/2015 National Geographic)

Scientists react to warmest year (1/16/2015 Washington Post)

Collaborative research on ocean acidification benefits Oregon (1/13/2015 Daily Barometer)

Listening for Echoes of Krill (1/8/2015 CONVERGE)

Deep bacteria may evolve even without passing genes on (1/7/2015 New Scientist)

Oregon State takes tsunami possibility seriously in science center expansion: Guest opinion (1/1/2015 Oregonian)

Effective Fresh Water Policy Requires an Educated Public, Reports OSU Hydrology Professor (12/31/2014 Virtual Strategy Magazine)

Oregon marine researchers offer $175,000 reward for 'big data' solution to identifying plankton (12/16/2014 The Oregonian)

Oregon Moves Toward Girding Schools Against an Inevitable Great Quake (12/12/2014 New York Times)

No laughing matter: Nitrous oxide rose at end of last ice age (12/10/2014 e-Science News)

Higher, more acidic ocean, less snow and forest fires are Northwest's top climate risks (12/9/2014 Idaho Statesman)

Ocean Acidification Harming Shellfish (12/7/2014 The Scientist)

OSU earns high marks for science programs (12/4/2014 Gazette Times)

Greenhouse gases linked to African rainfall (12/4/2014 Phys.org)

Ocean biota responds to global warming according to study (12/2/2014 Phys.org)

Marine Studies aims for global excellence (12/1/2014 Daily Barometer)

NOAA, partners provide real-time ocean acidification data to Pacific coast shellfish grower (11/19/2014 NOAA)

Modern-day tech for modern-day explorers (11/18/2014 Daily Barometer)

Plan to tow thirst-quenching icebergs to Africa is on ice (10/30/2014 SciDev.Net)

Study shows three abrupt pulse of CO2 during last deglaciation (10/30/2014 Space Daily)

Bring on the snow (10/22/2014 Bend Bulletin)

Ocean rocks can capture methane, a potent greenhouse gas (10/14/2014 Portland Tribune)

Scientist: West Coast overdue for megaquake (10/14/2014 Fox Kansas City)

Environment: Report warns against unsustainable exploitation of deep ocean resources (10/7/2014 Summit County Citizen Voice)

Coming our way, tsunami 'debris' with a purpose (9/29/2014 Statesman Journal)

Research resolves discrepancy in Greenland temperatures during end of last ice age (9/4/2014 Phys.org)

Scientists Find Evidence of Active Methane Emission at Antarctic Seafloor (9/2/2014 Subsea World News)

Letter: Retired geology prof reflects on our shaky info about earthquakes (9/1/2014 Gazette Times)

NASA Langley Researchers Earn Distinguished Service Awards (8/25/2014 SpaceRef)

Sunlight To Blame For CO2 Release In Arctic Permafrost, Not Microbes (8/22/2014 Science 2.0)

Making Better Digital Maps in an Era of Standardization (8/20/2014 CityLab)

How often does Cascadia fault rip? Scientists disagree (8/9/2014 Seattle Times)

Breaking icebergs blast out noise (8/7/2014 Nature)

OSU faculty members named AGU fellows (8/6/2014 Gazette Times)

From 'Finding Nemo' to minerals—what riches lie in the deep sea? (7/29/2014 Phys.org)

Abrupt Climate Shifts in the Past Offer Warning for Future (7/25/2014 Scientific American)

Scientists Identify Possible 'Tipping Point' of Global Warming (7/24/2014 Nature World News)

OSU researcher says new USGS earthquake map can help officials plan and protect areas at risk (7/18/2014 Fox News)

Can we predict volcanic eruptions? Adam Schultz is helping lead the project. (7/17/2014 Christian Science Monitor)

Where Does Oceanic Methane Come From? (7/10/2014 Popular Science)

SAR11, oceans' most abundant organism, has ability to create methane (7/7/2014 Phys.org)

The Rickshaw Drivers of Kolkata, India (7/3/2014 NY Times)

Ocean's nasty plastic garbage is disappearing: What's going on? (7/2/2014 LA Times)

Krypton in Ancient Ice (7/1/2014 American Scientist)

Geology celebrates 100 years at OSU (6/30/2014 Life@OSU)

Ice sheets may have already passed point of no return (6/30/2014 New Scientist)

Study links Greenland ice sheet collapse, sea level rise 400,000 years ago (6/25/2014 OSU)

Robert Yeats donates professional library to Indonesian Institute of Science (6/24/2014 Life@OSU)

Found! Hidden Ocean Locked Up Deep in Earth's Mantle (6/14/2014 Yahoo News)

Greenland's Glaciers to be shown at Hatfield Marine Science Center (6/13/2014 Newport News Times)

Laser fluorescence could find life on Mars (6/12/2014 Science Codex)

Antarctic ice as old as 120,000 years (6/10/2014 IOL)

West Coast groundfish certified as sustainable (6/4/2014 Washington Post)

Where will the world's water conflicts erupt? (6/3/2014 Popular Science)

Dusk heralds a feeding frenzy in the waters off Oahu (6/3/2014 Science News)

Antarctic Ice Sheet unstable at end of last ice age (5/28/2014 Science Daily)

CEOAS students Jen Lam, Alejandra Sanchez, and Stephanie Grocke receive OSU Women's Center 2014 Student Leader Awards (5/17/2014 Corvallis Gazette-Times)

Adam Schultz leading magnetic and electrical field monitoring part of iMUSH (Imaging Magma Under Mount St. Helens) study. (5/17/2014 Daily News Online)

Phil Mote's snowpack study mentioned in National Geographic Daily News (5/16/2014 National Geographic)

Rob Holman discusses benefits of coastline remote sensing (5/15/2014 SciDev.Net)

George Waldbusser on ocean acidification (5/13/2014 IIP Digital)

Tuba Ozkan-Haller paper co-author on the physics of ocean undertow (5/13/2014 Science Newsline)

Rick Spinrad to become NOAA Chief Scientist (5/9/2014 Science Insider)

Phil Mote a lead author of National Climate Assessment's chapter on the northwest (5/6/2014)

Burke Hales an author of study on snail shell dissolution due to ocean acidification (5/3/2014)

Andrew Thurber to address future of Earth's oceans at next Science Pub (5/2/2014 Corvallis Gazette-Times)

Ed Brook talks about new method of dating ice (4/23/2014 Christian Science Monitor)

Anne Nolin: Low Snowpack Years More Common (4/7/2014 EarthFix)

Chris Goldfinger: Chile Dodged a Bullet (4/2/2014 New York Times)

Cascadia Quake: Our 'Big One' (3/23/2014 Del Norte Triplicate)

The Next Tsunami (3/20/2014 LA Times)

Quake-up call: 'Little red flags that the subduction zone is active' (3/14/2014 KVAL)

Missing Plane Defies Search Technology (3/10/2014 LA Times)

Global Average Temperatures Are Close to 11,000-Year Peak (3/8/2014 Scientific American)

Underwater Volcanoes (3/5/2014 BeachConnection.net)

Geochemist to Present Condon Lecture (2/25/2014 OSU)

Volcanoes, Including Mt. Hood, Can go from Dormant to Active Quickly (2/17/2014 OSU)


CEOAS News Archive (older stories)


Boiler Bay, OR

Six-meter Sea Level Rise

Mark Abbott

Mark Abbott to Lead WHOI

Ice Sheet Melt-down

Ice Sheet Melt-down

Genevie Guevara

Plunging into Ocean Science

OOI deployment

OOI: Mooring Deployments

Adonara Mucek

Volcano Comeback

Peter Ruggiero

Coastal Hazards and Change

Andrew Thurber on a dive

Through the Ice

Students doing coring work

All Hands on Deck

Research Highlights iBook

Research Highlights iBook

Julia Jones

Discovery at the H.J. Andrews

Aaron Wolf

Aaron Wolf Receives Heinz Award

snowmelt animation

Charred Forests and Snowmelt

Lorenzo Ciannelli

The Fate of Fish

Melissa Frey

A Forecast of her Future

Marine Science Day

Marine Science Day

Adam Schultz

Volcanoes Focus of Science Pub

undersea glider

Robots That Think Like a Fish

Simon de Szoeke

The Madden-Julian Oscillation

George Waldbusser

Acidity and Oysters

Women in Oceanography

Women in Oceanography

Deep-sea Hot Springs

Deep-sea Hot Springs

Yukon River Hydrokinetic project, photo by Todd Paris

Mapping Emergencies

Jonathan Nash

Chasing Superwaves

Eric Owen

Little Treasures

oyster hatcheries

"Saturation State" and Bivalves

Elements 2015

Elements 2015

Jennifer East

The Choice to Learn Science

Oregon State University

OSU Ranks Among the Best

Brendan Reilly

Monsoon Mission

Mount Hood

Research at 11,000 Feet

Anders Carlson and team

Taking a Quick Scan

Riprap

Pushing Against the Waves

Byron Crump

Sunlight Key to CO2 in Arctic

Jennifer Veilleux

The Human-Water Intertwine

SAR11

SAR11 Can Create Methane

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