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CEOAS in the News

Climate change scientists urge candidates to lead on clean energy (12/10/2015 KTVZ)

The “Water Wars” Trap (12/9/2015 Slate)

Willamette Valley’s future: River temperatures to rise, snowpack to shrink, population to double by 2100 (12/5/2015 Register-Guard)

Geological Society of America honours chief scientist (12/3/2015 ee Publishers)

A Strong El Niño Will Lead To Another Warm Winter (11/25/2015 OPB)

The Sound of Skeptics (11/25/2015 Upworthy)

Nature Can Grind Mountains Faster Than Nature Can Rebuild Them (11/24/2015 Science 2.0)

Low-oxygen 'dead zones' in North Pacific linked to past ocean-warming events (11/18/2015 Science Codex)

Petermann-2015 Expedition Launches International Collaboration in Arctic Science (10/30/2015 ARCUS)

How Washington Transformed Its Dying Oyster Industry Into A Climate Success Story (10/28/2015 Think Progress)

A 99.9% chance of a big L.A. earthquake by 2019? Don't bet on it. (10/28/2015 LA Times)

At the Earth's core (10/5/2015 Gazette Times)

The New Yorker Festival 2015 - 9 on the Richter Scale (10/5/2015 Zimbio)

OSU receives $3 million grant from NSF (10/2/2015 Gazette Times)

OSU faculty recognized with ‘early career’ awards (9/30/2015 Gazette Times)

When Nature strikes: Tsunamis (9/30/2015 NBC)

What Mt. Hood’s fading summer ski season means (9/24/2015 High Country News)

Scientists: Erosion, Winter Storms Could Worsen Around World, Oregon Coast (9/23/2015 Beach Connection)

White Receives 2015 Ocean Sciences Early Career Award (9/23/2015 Earth & Space Science News)

OSU research grants set record (9/8/2015 Gazette Times)

Oregon Climate Service worries when the wettest forests burn (8/28/2015 Register-Guard)

Oyster growers fret about ocean acidification (8/28/2015 Register-Guard)

Greenhouse gases caused glacial retreat during last Ice Age (8/24/2015 EurekAlert!)

Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport celebrates 50 years (8/3/2015 The Oregonian)

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

El Niño Seen Strengthening, Unlikely To Bring Drought Relief (6/12/2015

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