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CEOAS in the News

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)

Scientists use hydrophone to listen in on methane seeps in ocean, hope next to estimate volume (6/26/2018 Phys.org)

‘Narco-deforestation’ may boost disaster risks in Central America (6/19/2018 Reuters)

Warned 30 years ago, global warming ‘is in our living room’ (6/18/2018 Associated Press)

Quake expert: Portland needs to shake up seismic retrofits (6/12/2018 Portland Tribune)

$88M grant allows Oregon State to contract construction of second new research vessel (6/12/2018 KVAL)

New kind of refugees — from coastal climate change — expected to migrate to Tucson (6/7/2018 Arizona Daily Star)

Bacterial Measurements Predict River Characteristics (6/1/2018 Technology Networks)

Wave Energy Testing Site Passes Hurdle (5/31/2018 Think Out Loud, OPB)

Brick By Brick: Many of Portland’s Historic Brick Buildings—And Their Residents—Won’t Survive an Earthquake. What Can Be Done? (5/30/2018 Portland Mercury)

OSU shares plan for harnessing wave energy (5/25/2018 Digital Journal of Commerce Oregon)

Remembering Mt. St. Helens as Cascade event looms (5/17/2018 KOIN)

Lessons from Montecito: Science's Credibility Is At Stake (5/14/2018 Wired)

Sensitive ice stream has been draining Greenland glaciers for 45,000 years (5/14/2018 UPI)

Central Oregon in shadow of volcanoes deemed high priority (5/10/2018 Eugene Register-Guard)

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