News Archive 2011

DECEMBER

OPB News, December 23, 2011
Driest December on record possible even wtih return of rains (audio)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

Environmental Research Web, December 19, 2011
The S Factor: How to grab attention with your science videos
Keywords: AGU meeting, Joe Resing, Jed Thompson, West Mata, Randy Olson

American Geophysical Union, December 9, 2011
JISAO Director Tom Ackerman elected a Fellow of AGU
Keywords: Thomas P. Ackerman

Science News, December 2, 2011
Arctic has taken a turn for the warmer
Keywords: PMEL, James Overland

NOVEMBER

NOAA Communicator, November 16, 2011
Nick Bond: Interpreting climate for students, the media, and other scientists
      Keywords: Nick Bond, NOAA profile

Our Amazing Planet, November 8, 2011
Irish whodunit: The mystery of the moving boulders
      Keywords: Vasily Titov, tsunami

Daily Astorian, November 3, 2011
Researchers: La Nina 'pretty friendly' to NW interests
      Keywords: Nate Mantua, Climate Impacts Group

OCTOBER

Philadelphia Inquirer, October 26, 2011
'King tide' could cause flooding at Shore and area rivers over next few days
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group

Discovery News, October 24, 2011
Farmer's Almanacs: Right as rain or 3 dollar bills?
Keywords: Nick Bond, meteorology

NWCN.com, October 21, 2011
Japan quake: Tsunami experts say West Coast got lucky (video)
Keywords: Vasily Titov, PMEL

FiS.com, October 20, 2011
NOAA names new director of ocean physics and chemistry
Keywords: Chris Sabine, ocean acidification


Fiery volcano offers geologic glimpse into land that time forgot
Keywords: Joe Resing, PMEL, West Mata, subduction zone

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THE EVENT

Seattle PI, October 23, 2011
UW researcher catches underwater volcano on film (video)

Planetsave, October 23, 2010
Scientists observe underwater volcano eruption (video)

Our Amazing Planet, October 20, 2011
Explosive underwater eruptions are deepest yet seen

Newswise, October 19, 2011
Fiery volcano offers geologic glimpse into land that time forgot (video)

Eureka Alert, October 19, 2011
Fiery volcano offers geologic glimpse into land that time forgot

UW Today, October 19, 2011
Fiery volcano offers geologic glimpse into land that time forgot (video)

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NOAA Research, October 19, 2011
Meet Kevin Wood: Exploring the history of climate in the Arctic
Keywords: JISAO, profile, Kevin Wood

NOAA News, October 18, 2011
Oceanographer named to head NOAA's Seattle research laboratory
Keywords: Chris Sabine, Senior Fellows, ocean acidification

The Daily, October 6, 2011
College of the Environment awarded $40 million grant
Keywords: poplar trees, biofuels, Department of Agriculture

University at Buffalo News, October 5, 2011
in Yosemite, a new, high-tech tool for mapping changing vegetation patterns
Keywords: Jessica Lundquist

SEPTEMBER

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, September 29, 2011
Our changing climate can be a job generator
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Puget Sound, sea-level rise

Physics Central, September 19, 2011
New research may explain high runup from tsunami waves
Keywords: Vasily Titov

OPB News, September 14, 2011
Trees yield clues for water management (audio)
Keywords: Jeremy Littell, Climate Impacts Group, tree cores, growth rings

Fly Rod and Reel, September 13, 2011
Changing climate could cut Western trout habitat in half
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group

The New York Times, September 12, 2011
The Arctic ice watch (video)
Keywords: Ignatius Rigor, animations

NOAA News, September 2, 2011
Argo floats help monitor ocean acidity
Keywords: JISAO, Lauren Juranek, ocean chemistry

AUGUST

iStock Analyst, August 28, 2011
Riches in the wind
Keywords: Nick Bond, wind farm, electricity, Puget Sound Energy


Changing climate could cut western trout habitat in half
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THE EVENT

The Denver Channel, August 22, 2011
Study shows trout may be affected by climate change

The Record-Courier, August 20, 2011
Trout habitat may decline with climate

Irish Weather Online, August 17, 2011
Habitat changes put western UW trout at risk

Colorado Independent, August 16, 2011
Predicted reduction in trout habitat due to climate change called 'startling, depressing'

Bellingham Herald, August 15, 2011
Report: In 70 years western trout habitat could be cut in half

Colorado State Universtiyy News, August 15, 2011
Changing climate could cut western trout habitat in half

End of "Changing climate could cut western trout habitat in half" news links


Live Science, August 11, 2011
A volcanic idea to reverse climate change
Keywords: David Battisti

Science Daily, August 10, 2011
New eruption discovered at undersea volcano, after successfully forecasting the event
Keywords: University of Washington, Dave Butterfield

The Columbian, August 10, 2011
Using St. Helens' lessongs with ocean volcanoes
Keywords: Dave Butterfield, JASON, undersea eruption

International Business Times, August 9, 2011
Eruption of undersea volcano off Oregon coast was predicted
Keywords: Dave Butterfield

Oregon Line, August 9, 2011
Scientists celebrate successful forecast of undersea volcano eruption off coast of Oregon (video)
Keywords: Dave Butterfield

UW Today, August 8, 2011
An abnormally warm decade is part of the new "normal"
Keywords: Karin Bumbaco

Seattle PI, August 8, 2011
Warmer weather is part of the "new normal"
Keywords: Karin Bumbaco

UW Today, August 1, 2011
Did you think it was a cold spring? Now you have the proof
Keywords: Jim Johnstone, Nick Bond

Seattle PI, August 1, 2011
Spring was coldest on record, UW researcher says
Keywords: Jim Johnstone, Nick Bond

JULY

The Seattle Times, July 20, 2011
Tribal leaders, agencies work to help river adapt
Keywords: Amy Snover, Climate Impacts Group, Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

The New York Times, July 20, 2011
Seeing trends, coalition works to help a river adapt
Keywords: Amy Snover, Climate Impacts Group, Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

JUNE

Yakima Herald, June 25, 2011
Dont' let cool spring fool you, experts say global warming is a fact
Keywords: Nick Bond, Climate Impacts Group, climate change

Standard Examiner, June 17, 2011
Signs of global warming found in ancient tree study
Keywords: Jeremy Littell, Climate Impacts Group, snowpack

OPB News, June 9, 2011
Snowpack science reveals changing climate pattern in the northwest
Keywords: Jeremy Littell, growth rings

MAY

Sightline Daily, May 26, 2011
Coming to a shore near you? (video)
Keywords: ocean acidification, PMEL, ph scale

Harvard Magazine, May 24, 2011
Harvard University recognizes Dennis Moore, among others, to begin commencement activities
Keywords: PMEL

National Parks Traveler, May 23, 2011
Study points to value of greater Yellowstone ecosystem for future of wolverines
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group

News Register, May 13, 2011
Forces of nature collide for cold, wet, spring
Keywords: Nate Mantua, JISAO, temperature records, PDO, CIG

The Spokesman-Review, May 10, 2011
Global warming heats up inland Northwest agriculture research
Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, Idaho, climate change

APRIL


Scientists tracking black carbon in the Arctic
Keywords: Drew Hamilton, Jim Johnson, JISAO, soot

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THE EVENT

Red Orbit, April 21, 2011
Scientists tracking black carbon in the Arctic

WAND TV, April 20, 2011
Scientists: Soot may be key to rapid Arctic melt

Canadian Press, April 20, 2011
Scientists Searching for 'soot-print' in the Arctic; black carbon coating seen as causing melt

My Northwest, April 20, 2011
Scientists: Soot may be key to rapid arctic melt

Irish Weather Online, April 19, 2011
Scientists track black carbon in the Arctic

NOAA News, April 18, 2011
NOAA joins international effort to track black carbon in the Arctic

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Anchorage Daily News, April 15, 2011
Underwater microphone in Aleutians recorded Japan earthquake (audio)
Keywords: PMEL, Vents group

OPB News, April 13, 2011
La Nia turns out less severe in retrospect (audio)
Keywords: Nick Bond

The Bellingham Herald, April 5, 2011
Bellingham conference covers adapting locally to climate change. Tom Ackerman, keynote speaker
Keywords: Tom Ackerman, Whatcom County

MARCH

The Daily News, March 31, 2011
Steady snowfall buries Cascade locations
Keywords: Karin Bumbaco

Puget Sound Business Journal, March 28, 2011
State: Earthquake wouldn't hurt tunnel
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Lara Whitely-Binder


Powerful quake and tsunami devastate northern Japan
Keywords: Diego Arcas, Vasily Titov, Burak Uslu, PMEL, Donald Denbo, tsunami simulations

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THIS EVENT:

Reuters, March 24, 2011
Appropriately enough, it's National Tsunami Awareness Week (video)

The Register, March 18, 2011
Supercomputer charts killer tsunami's course

HPC Wire, March 16, 2011
Computer simulations illustrate scope of japanese disaster (video)

Mother Nature Network, March 14, 2011
Tsunami's top model: Science of predicting monster waves

Seattle Times, March 11, 2011
Take note, Northwest: Offshore quake here would create a tsunami like this

New York Times, March 11, 2011
Powerful quake and tsunami devastate northern Japan

New York Times, March 11, 2011
Away from Japan, tsunami's effect is diffuse

Popular Science, March 11, 2011
NOAA video shows earthquake tremors propagate across the world (video)

Seattle Times, March 11, 2011
Tsunami waves up to two feet hit Washington coast

New York Times, March 11, 2011
Ocean-spanning power of Japan's great quake on display

Computer World, March 11, 2011
Tsunami warnings now faster, more accurate

End of "Powerful quake and tsunami devastate northern Japan" news links


FEBRUARY

NWCN, February 14, 2011
Scientists predict forecasts by examining La Nina Keywords: Nate Mantua, Idaho, salmon

Science, February 4, 2011
Better science needed for restoration in the Gulf of Mexico
Keywords: Bering Sea Project

JANUARY

McClatchy Washington Bureau, January 28, 2011
Heavier snows may stick around, climate experts say
Keywords: Ignatious Rigor, global climate change

WRAL.com, January 23, 2011
AMS Seattle: Talking about the weather
Keywords: Nick Bond, American Meteorological Society

The Olympian, January 21, 2011
State's highest tides of the year: Flood threat in downtown Olympia
Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Puget Sound, king tides

The Third Pole, January 19, 2011
Soot strategies: Black carbon pollution getting more attention from climate change policymakers
 Keywords: Sarah Doherty, ice and snow melt, Arctic front

Seattle Times, January 17, 2011
Summer 2010 set northwest fog record, reasons not clear
Keywords: James Johnstone, JISAO, PDO, Cliff Mass

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