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CEOAS in the News

Can the Great Lakes continue to fend off an increasingly thirsty world? (8/16/2018 Ensia)

In a warming world, the fight for water can push nations apart—or bring them together (8/16/2018 Quartz)

How Warming Could Speed up the Sea (8/16/2018 Hakai Magazine)

Morning Energy: Scientists Link Ocean Flows to CO2 Rise (8/14/2018 Politico)

Tracing atmospheric rise in CO2 during deglaciation (8/14/2018 EurekAlert!)

Is the ‘Big One’ looming? (8/9/2018 The News Guard)

OSU scientists named climate change report lead authors (8/7/2018 KTVZ)

OSU study: Quakes can trigger others halfway around Earth (8/2/2018 KTVZ)

Researcher: Get used to wildfires; they're getting worse (7/31/2018 KEZI)

Oregon scientists: Pyrosomes could be here to stay, studies take on urgency (7/31/2018 KATU)

Oregon coast quake cluster a reminder that someday 'big one' will hit (7/30/2018 The Oregonian)

New Project From OSU Libraries Highlights Faculty Work On Climate Science (7/25/2018 KLCC)

As heat continues, experts warn of potential water woes this summer (7/25/2018 KATU)

OSU experts not concerned by 11 earthquakes (7/24/2018 KEZI)

OSU study: Cutting carbon emissions will limit sea level rise (7/16/2018 KTVZ)

Central Oregon reservoirs a cause for concern (7/14/2018 Bend Bulletin)

Scientists may have solved a huge riddle in Earth’s climate past. It doesn’t bode well for the future. (7/11/2018 Washington Post)

Antarctic Penguins Find an Unlikely Ally: Fishermen (7/10/2018 National Geographic)

OSU is purchasing land north of Waldport to begin PacWave energy test site project (6/28/2018 Oregon State University)

What's the Gulf Coast's future in confronting rapid environmental changes? (6/27/2018 Times-Picayune)

CEOAS News Archive (older stories)