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CEOAS in the News

Living with the Weather Machine (Nova special) (4/19/2018 PBS)

Statistics sharpen our satellite view of forest biomass (4/9/2018 Environmental Research Web)

'Prevention is the best remedy': Tests find pet medications in Northwest waterways (4/5/2018 KMTR)

More communication needed regarding disposal of pet pharmaceuticals (4/4/2018 Science Daily)

Study finds human and animal foragers respond in similar ways to change (4/3/2018 Oregon State University)

Study suggests estuaries may experience accelerated impacts of human-caused CO2 (4/2/2018 Phys.org)

AP FACT CHECK: Science contradicts EPA warming memo (3/29/2018 Associated Press)

The Impermanence of Permafrost (3/27/2018 Hakai Magazine)

What climate change means to our crucial snowpack (3/23/2018 Seattle Times)

CityStream: Citizen Scientists & Snow (3/22/2018 Seattle Channel)

Oregon State names three distinguished professors Oregon State University has named Edward Brook, Joey Spatafora and Janet Tate as its 2018 Distinguished Professor recipients, the highest academic honor the university can bestow on a faculty member. (3/22/2018 Oregon State University)

Saving Winter (3/20/2018 Flathead Beacon)

How rivers can remember (3/19/2018 BC Book Look)

Lack of snow pack leaves the West hung out to dry (3/16/2018 Salon)

Scientists Say New Reservoirs Will Not Offset Dramatically Declining Snowpack (3/13/2018 KQED)

Gliders on the storm: From sharks to ice shelves, monsoons to volcanoes, the scope of ocean monitoring is widening (3/8/2018 The Economist)

Warming trends: Climate change to shorten Mt. Spokane’s season (3/4/2018 Spokesman-Review)

OSU study: snowpack declines across the West (3/2/2018 Portland Tribune)

Better late than never, snowpack doubles at Mt. Bachelor (2/28/2018 Bend Bulletin)

Moving hotspots: Scientists explain mystery bend in Hawaii-Emperor volcano chain (2/27/2018 Deutsche Welle)

CEOAS News Archive (older stories)