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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 Archives (older stories)


SAR11

SAR11 Can Create Methane

Greenland ice sheet

Greenland Ice Sheet Collapse

Geology at 100

Geology Program 100th Anniversary

Taryn Bye mapping Meyers Canyon

Crystal Clues

Tracie Jackson

Staying Fluid

Jerry Mitrovica lectures

Jerry Mitrovica Lectures

Oregon Coastal Survey

Oregon Coastal Survey

tsunami

9.0 Quake's Frictional Heat

Antarctica

Havoc on Oceans by 2100

buoy

Henry Stommel Research Award

IPCC report

Contributors to IPCC Report

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