News Archive 2010

DECEMBER

NOAA News, December 14, 2010

New NOAA buoy to help close gap in climate understanding south of Africa
      Keywords: Jennifer Keene, Keith Ronnholm

People Daily, December 14, 2010

Decline of west coast fog linked with rise in coastal temperatures
      
Keywords: James Johnstone, JISAO, American Geophysical Union, PDO

EurekAlert, December 13, 2010

Decline of west coast fog brought higher coastal temperatures last 60 years
      Keywords: James Johnstone, JISAO, American Geophysical Union, PDO

Denver Post, December 13, 2010

Feds: Wolverine warrants protection
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group. endangered species

KPLU, December 6, 2010

West coast states offer a different vision at cancun climate conference (audio)
      Keywords: Amy Snover, Climate Impacts Group, global warming, climate summit

Nature.com, December 2, 2010

Mexican climate reports under fire
      Keywords: Eric Salathe, JISAO, climate summit

Register Guard, December 1, 2010

Climate change means more extremes in Oregon
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group

NOVEMBER

The New York Times, November 2010

Voices: What's next in science (audio)
      Keywords: Michael McPhaden, JISAO Senior Fellows

The Sacramento Bee, November 28, 2010

La Niña gets help bringing colder, wetter weather to Sacramento
      Keywords: Nate Mantua, Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO)

Business Wire, November 16, 2010

Heinz family Foundation celebrates recipients of $1 million Heinz Awards
      Keywords: Richard Feely, ocean acidification

NASA Global Climate Change, November 16, 2010

A tale of two cities: Seattle and New York both using space-based data to plan for climate change
      
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, global warming, Nate Mantua

OCTOBER 2010


Study Reveals How Much Snow Fell in Past La Niña Winters

      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, Lowland Snow

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THIS EVENT:

The Columbian, October 28, 2010

La Niña May Mean More Snow in Vancouver Area

The News Tribune, October 28, 2010

Snowdays in Forcast for Winter

Seattle PI, October 27, 2010

Snow This Winter? The Record Says Perhaps

NPR, October 27, 2010

How Much Snow From La Niña? (audio)

KIRO TV, October 27, 2010

Study Reveals How Much Snow Fell in Past La Niña Winters

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Western Wheel, October 27, 2010

Winter Weather May Not Be As Wild As First Predicted
      Keywords: Nick Bond, La Niña

The Washington Post, October 25, 2010

Arctic Sea Ice Loss Linked to Severe U.S. Winters
      Keywords: Muyin Wang, Arctic Climate Change

The Olympian, October 24, 2010

Altered Shoreline Raises Future Risk
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Flooding, Pollution, Sea Level Rise, Downtown Olympia

King5.com, October 21, 2010

What was the 1955 La Niña like? (video)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

NOAA, October 21, 2010

Sea Turtles Returned to Gulf Waters
       Keywords: Jane Lubchenco, Oil Spill, Gulf of Mexico

Physorg.com, October 13, 2010

Fact Sheet: New Buoy Designed to Gather Information in Changing Arctic
      Keywords: Ignatius Rigor, APL

The Province, October 8, 2010

A Wicked Winter This Way Comes
      Keywords: Nick Bond, La Niña

Seattle PI, October 7, 2010

Hot Stuff: UW Part of National Effort to Study Global Warming
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Alan Hamlet, Amy Snover

UPI.com, October 1, 2010

La Niña Likely to Mean Snow in Northwest
      
Keywords: Nick Bond, Cliff Mass

SEPTEMBER

Seattle Times, September 30, 2010

Winter Could be a Whopper, Forecasters Say
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Cliff Mass, La Nina

UW College of the Environment, September 23, 2010

Trio of PNW Universities to Develop New Tools for Climate Change Planning
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Lisa Graumlich

Psyorg.com, September 23, 2010

Trio of PNW Universities to Develop New Tools for Climate Change Planning
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Northwest Climate Science Center

Businessweek, September 21, 2010

10 Given Heinz Awards for Environmental Work
      
Keywords: Richard Feely

Businesswire.com, September 21, 2010

JISAO Councilman Receives Heinz Foundation Award
      Keywords: Richard Feely

The Olympian, September 17, 2010

La Nina Expected to Bring Wet, Gray Winter to Region
      Keywords: Nathan Mantua, Climate Impacts Group

Nature News, September 3, 2010

Canada Sees Shocking Salmon Glut
      Keywords: Nathan Mantua, Fisheries

AUGUST 2010

My Northwest, August 31, 2010

Unseasonable Rain Forecast for Western Washington
      Keywords: Nick Bond, National Weather Service, La Niña

VOA News, August 30, 2010

Monitoring Ocean Acidification
      
Keywords: Dick Feely, PMEL

Department of Ecology, August 19, 2010

Ecology Helps Communities Plan for Rising Sea Level
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Washington Sea Grant, Coastal Fellowship Program

OPB News, August 13, 2010
El Niño Rapidly Giving Way to Chilly Opposite La Niña (audio)
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Forecast

UW News, August 5, 2010

Ten Climate Indicators in New Report Point to Marked Warming in Last 30 Years
      
Keywords: Muyin Wang

KPLU, August 5, 2010

Space Needle Carbon Monitors Pose New Research Possibilities (audio)
      Keywords: Chris Sabine, Carbon Dioxide Emissions

JULY 2010

Daily Telegraph, July 24, 2010

Three Major Quakes Hit the Philippines
      
Keywords: Christopher Moore, Tsunami Warning

CNS News, July 23, 2010
Sen. Kerry Predicts 'Ice-Free Arctic' In 'Five or Ten Years' (audio)
      
Keywords: Muyin Wang, Geophysical Research Letters, James Overland

OBP News, July 12, 2010

Northwest Ocean Waters Becoming More Acidic (video)
      Keywords, Dick Feely, Chris Sabine, PMEL

Seattle PI, July 12, 2010

Scientists: Acidity in Much of the Sound can be Lethal
      Keywords: Shellfish, Carbon Dioxide, Dick Feely, Chris Sabine

Nature.com, July 6, 2010

The Bering Sea project: Phytoplankton, Micropoop, and the Bottom of the Food Chain
      
Keywords: Nancy Kachel, Research Vessel Thomas G. Thompson

McClatchy, July 4, 2010
It's Not Just BP's Oil in the Gulf That Threatens World's Oceans (video)
      Keywords: Nate Mantua, Ocean Health, Climate Impacts Group, Greenhouse Gases

JUNE 2010

Seattle Times, June 21, 2010

Summer Starts Cool and Cloudy in Washington
      Keywords: Nick Bond

Times-Standard, June 17, 2010

Fog Researcher Briefs Local Officials: Data Shows Less Fog, Which May Stress Redwoods
      Keywords: James Johnstone, Northern California

KUOW 94.9 FM, June 16, 2010

Regional Climate Meeting: Wet Areas to Get Wetter (audio)
      
Keywords: Eric Salathe

Miller-McCune, June 15, 2010

COASST Program Founded by Julia Parrish Catalogs Dead Birds on West Coast Beaches
      Keywords: Julia Parrish, COASST

Indian Country Today, June 11, 2010

Tribes Prepare for Impacts of Climate Change
      Keywords: Lara Whitely Binder, Climate Impacts Group


JISAO/UW Selected to Expand Strategic Partnership with NOAA With Award For Up To $100 Million
Keywords: NOAA Partnership, Cooperative Institutes, Environmental Research

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THIS EVENT:

The Money Times, June 10, 2010

NOAA Project Leadership to Remain Static

KPLU Public Broadcasting, June 10, 2010

UW Gets Federal Grant for Environmental Research (audio)

Global Adventures, June 10, 2010

Ocean Institute: NOAA Boosts Funding

The Seattle Times, June 9, 2010

NOAA Boosts UW Funding for Ocean-Science Research

Kitsap Sun, June 9, 2010

NOAA Picks UW to Continue to Lead Ocean Institute

KNDO, June 9, 2010

NOAA Picks UW to Continue to Lead Ocean Institute

KHQ, June 9, 2010

NOAA Picks UW to Continue to Lead Ocean Institute

Article Ant, June 9, 2010

UW Institute to Get As Much As $100 Million to Study Atmosphere, Ocean - University of Washington

KiroTV, June 9, 2010

NOAA Picks UW to Continue to Lead Ocean Institute

Business Journal, June 9, 2010

UW Gets Major NOAA Grant

St. Louis Globe-Democrat, June 9, 2010

NOAA Project Leadership to Remain Static

EurekAlert, June 9, 2010

University of Washington Institute to Get as Much As $100 Million to Study Atmosphere and Ocean

NOAA News, June 9, 2010

NOAA Selects University of Washington to Lead Joint Institute to Study Atmosphere, Ocean

Seattle PI, June 9, 2010

NOAA Picks UW to Continue to Lead Ocean Institute

UPI.com, June 9, 2010

NOAA Project Leadership to Remain Static

Physorg, June 9, 2010

UW Institute to get as much as $100 Million to Study Atmosphere and Ocean

End of "JISAO/UW Selected to Expand Strategic Partnership With NOAA With Award For Up To $100 Million" news links


MAY 2010

JISAO's Nick Bond Named Washington State Climatologist
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Washington State Climatologist, Karin Bumbaco

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THIS EVENT:

UW News, May 26, 2010

UW climate researcher is new Washington state climatologist

The Olympian, May 26, 2010

UW researcher is new state climatologist

KNDO, May 26, 2010

UW researcher is new state climatologist

End of "JISAO's Nick Bond Named Washington State Climatologist" news links


UW names Lisa Graumlich Dean of the College of Environment
      Keywords: Lisa Graumlich, College of the Environment

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THIS EVENT:

Puget Sound Business Journal, May 24, 2010

University of Washington environmental school names first dean Read more: University of Washington environmental school names first dean

UW News, May 24, 2010

UW names Lisa Graumlich first dean of College of the Environment

Seattle PI, May 24, 2010

Arizona scientist named first dean of UW Environment College

Seattle Times, May 24, 2010

Environment college at UW names dean

End of "UW names Lisa Graumlich Dean of the College of Environment" news links


The Columbian, May 11, 2010

Weather Eye: Finally, Weather We Can Warm Up To
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Washington State Climatologist

BBC News, May 6, 2010

Tsunami Alerts 'Confuse Public', says NOAA Scientist
      
Keywords: Vasily Titov, Media, Center for Tsunami Research

Discovery News, May 6, 2010

How Tsunami Warnings Fail, and How to Fix Them
      
Keywords: Vasily Titov, Media, Center for Tsunami Research

APRIL 2010

ABC News, April 22, 2010

JISAO Councilman Dick Feely Interviewed on ABC's Good Morning America (video)
      
Keywords: Ocean Acidification, Oysters, Shellfish

KUOW Weekday, April 22, 2010

Climate Impacts Group Co-Director Interviewed About Effects of Climate Change (audio)
      
Keywords: Nate Mantua, Climate Debate

University Week, April 22, 2010

JISAO Senior Fellow Ray Hilborn Named Fellow by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
      Keywords: Fisheries, Pacific Salmon

ArticleAnt.com, April 9, 2010

Traumatized Trees: Bug Them Enough, they Get Fired Up
      Keywords: Jeremy Littell, Climate Impacts Group, Wildfires

UW News, April 8, 2010

Faculty, Student Talents will Turn Out for Paws-On Science
      
Keywords: Pacific Science Center, Cara MariAnna

MARCH 2010

Methow Valley News, March 31, 2010

Raincatchers Sought in Methow Valley
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, Washington State Climatology Office, Precipitation, Citizen Science

Seattle Times, March 26, 2010

Beyond Climate Change: Reframing the Dialogue Over Environmental Issues
      Keywords: John Wallace, Global Climate Change

New York Times, March 22, 2010

New Light Shed on North Pole Ice Trends
      Keywords: Ignatius Rigor, Mike Wallace, Masayo Ogi

News Tribune, March 21, 2010

Light Winter Means Water Supply is Low
      
Key Words: Alan Hamlet, Climate Impacts Group, Snowpack

NOAA News, March 19, 2010

NOAA Announces First Tsunami Awareness Week, March 21-27
      Keywords: Awareness, TsunamiReady, Emergency Management

NOAA, March 17, 2010

2009 Bronze Medal Award for NOAA Science Camp
      Keywords: Northwest Education and Outreach Group, Sonya Brown

FEBRUARY 2010

UW News, February 18, 2010

UW Professor Dennis Lettenmaier Elected to National Academy of Engineering
      Keywords: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Water Management, Hydrology

NOAA News, February 8, 2010

Commerce Department Proposes Establishment of NOAA Climate Service
      Keywords: Government, Climate Change, NOAA Climate Office, climate.gov

JANUARY 2010

University of Washington, January 28, 2010

JISAO Scientists Developing Timely Energy Solutions
      Keywords: Ed Miles, Eric Salathe, John Wallace

Publicola.net, January 25, 2010

How High Does the Seawall Need to Be
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Lara Whitley Binder

NewsWise.com, January 21, 2010

Managing Pacific Northwest Dams for a Changing Climate
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Reservoirs, US Army Corps of Engineers, Alan Hamlet, Hydrology

WebWire.com, January 20, 2010

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Explores Deep-Sea Volcano Using Fujinon Lens
      Keywords: Joe Resing, RV Thomas Thompson, Jason ROV, Film

SeattlePI.com, January 18, 2010

As Climate Warms, What Will Our Rivers Do?
      Keywords: Eric Salathe, Alan Hamlet, Columbia Basin Climate Change Scenarios Project

New York Times, January 10, 2010

Feeling That Cold Wind? Here's Why
      Keywords: John M Wallace, Arctic Oscillation

New York Times, January 4, 2010

Cold Arctic Pressure Pattern Nearly Off Chart
      Keywords: Ignatius Rigor, Mike Wallace, Arctic Oscillation

New York Times, January 4, 2010

C.I.A. is Sharing Data With Climate Scientists
      Keywords: Norbert Untersteiner, Senior Fellows, Arctic Ice, Spy Satellites

 

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