News Archive 2013

NOVEMBER

PBS Newshour, November 30, 2013
Ground zero for climate change in Alaska (video)
      Keywords: Ignatious Rigor

Northwest Public Radio, November 27, 2013
Do fewer trees mean more water from snow melt? (audio)
      Keywords: Jessica Lundquist, Cascade Mountains

Tulalip News, November 25, 2013
Elwa exhibit at Burke explores reborn river
      Keywords: Daniel Hernandez, salmon, dam removal 

King 5 News, November 23, 2013
Weather special: Beyond the Forecast: Power Play (video)
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, OWSC, winter forecast 

Seattle Times, November 22, 2013
Elwa exhibit at Burke explores reborn river
      Keywords: Daniel Hernandez, salmon, dam removal 

UW News, November 18, 2013
Post-shutdown, UW Arctic research flights resume
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Kevin Wood, P-3, JISAO

NOAA Research, November 16, 2013
Meet Our Scientists: Nick Bond, Interpreting climate for students, the media, and other scientists
      Keywords: Nick Bond, OWSC

Sun Sentinel, November 15, 2013
Arctic ice may help alter hurricane paths
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Kevin Wood, P-3

UW News, November 4, 2013
More wildfires, earlier snowmelt, coastal threats top Northwest climate risks
      Keywords: Climate Impacts Group, Amy Snover

OCTOBER

NOAA, October 31, 2013
Airborne scientists get a close look at the changing climate
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Kevin Wood, Muyin Wang, Arctic Ocean

Science Codex, October 29, 2013
Redwood trees reveal history of West Coast rain, fog, ocean conditions
      Keywords: Jim Johnstone, JISAO

UW News, October 29, 2013
Redwood trees reveal history of West Coast rain, fog, ocean conditions
      Keywords: Jim Johnstone

Mother Nature Network, October 28, 2013
New system could predict how climate change will affect future fishing conditions
      Keywords: J-SCOPE, Nick Bond

The State, October 16, 2013
Scientific research has been on hold since shutdown
      Keywords: Tom Ackerman, JISAO

Crosscut.com, October 3, 2013
Shutdown stops long-planned UW research flight to Arctic
      Keywords: Tom Ackerman, JISAO, furlough 

SEPTEMBER

PBS NewsHour, September 18, 2013
Ocean acidification threatens tiny "sea butterflies" (video)
      Keywords: Nina Bednarsek, PMEL, pteropods

Capital Press, September 9, 2013
Climatologists: Wetter winters, drier summers ahead
      Keywords: Nick Bond, JISAO, climate change

KUOW, September 5, 2013
The Record: Forecasting the changing ocean conditions (audio)
      Keywords: Samantha Siedlecki, JISAO

The Fish Site, September 3, 2013
New ocean forecast could help predict fish habitats in advance
      Keywords: JISAO, Samantha Siedlecki, Nick Bond

AUGUST

Nature World News, August 31, 2013
New forecast system may be able to predict changes in ocean's ecosystem
      Keywords: J-SCOPE, Sam Siedlecki, Nick Bond, JISAO

UW News, August 30, 2013
New ocean forecast could help predict fish habitat six months in advance
      Keywords: JISAO, Samantha Siedlecki

Phys.org, August 30, 2013
New ocean forecast could help predict fish habitat six months in advance
      Keywords: JISAO, Samantha Siedlecki

Discover Magazine, August 13, 2013
Citizen scientists swab data, not decks
      Keywords: Old Weather, Kevin Wood

JULY

Planetsave, July 21, 2013
Nighttime heat waves in Pacific Northwest have quadrupled in frequency over the past 33 years
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, JISAO

Red Orbit, July 20, 2013
Nighttime Heat Waves on the increase in the Pacific Northwest
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, JISAO, Nick Bond

The Seattle Times, July 19, 2013
UW Study: Northwest nighttime heat waves are increasing
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, JISAO

UW News, July 19, 2013
Nighttime heat waves quadruple in Pacific Northwest
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, Nick Bond, JISAO

JUNE

Times Higher Education, June 6, 2013
Why citizen scientists help and how to keep them hooked
      Keywords: Old Weather, Kevin Wood

Deutsche Welle, June 3, 2013
Arctic summers to be ice-free earlier?
      Keywords: Muyin Wang, JISAO

MAY

Huffington Post, May 17, 2013
Climate change impacts ripple through fishing industry while ocean science lags behind
      Keywords: PMEL

The Guardian Express, May 6, 2013
Arctic Ocean's adidity level rising to climate change
      Keywords: PMEL

APRIL

The Daily, April 30, 2013
UW helps lead the way for the next generation of oceanography
      Keywords: JISAO, David Butterfield, underwater observatory 

Northwest Public Radio, April 17, 2013
Largest underwater observatory preparing for launch off Northwest coast (audio)

Navy Times, April 16, 2013
Mids spend thier spring break on arctic ice
      Keywords: Ignatius Rigor

UW News, April 15, 2013
Preparing to install the world's largest underwater observatory
      Keywords: David Butterfield

Marine Link, April 14, 2013
Arctic summers possibly ice-free withing twenty years
      Keywords: Muyin Wayn, JISAO

Catholic Online, April 14, 2013
Not a question of 'if' there will be nearly ice-free summers - but 'when' (video)
      Keywords: Muyin Wang, JISAO

Headlines & Global News, April 13, 2013
Arctic Ocean summer ice to melt completely within the next decade
      Keywords: Muyin Wang, JISAO

USA Today, April 12, 2013
Arctic summers may be ice free sooner than predicted
      Keywords: Muyin Wang, JISAO

NOAA News, April 12, 2013
Arctic nearly free of summer sea ice during first half of 21st century
      Keywords: Muyin Wang, JISAO

Scientific American, April 10, 2013
New method proves - again- climate change is real
      Keywords: Old Weather

MARCH

The Seattle Times, March 29, 2013
Local researcher explores trend in historical heat waves
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco, Paws-on Science, OWSC

UW News, March 28, 2013
Volunteers use historic U.S. ship logbooks to uncover Arctic climate data
      Keywords: Kevin Wood, JISAO, Old Weather

Earth Fix, March 20, 2013
New study shows increase in stormy weather in Western Washington (audio)
      Keywords: Eric Salathe

The Daily, March 11, 2013
Researchers find new way to identify El Niño impacts
      Keywords: Andrew Chiodi

Reuters, March 5, 2013
Washington state lawmaker backpedals after saying cyclists pollute by breathing
      Keywords: Tom Ackerman

FEBRUARY

PetaPixel, February 26, 2013
Photographing the eruption of Mount St. Helens from 10 miles away (video)
      Keywords: Keith Ronnholm

Farm Futures, February 19, 2013
El Niño is coming, but dry weather may persist
      Keywords: Andrew Chiodi, JISAO

KGW, February 18, 2013
New El Niño clue may help forecasters
      Keywords: Andrew Chiodi, JISAO

NOAA News, February 6, 2013
NOAA research finds new way to identify which El Niño events will have biggest impact on U.S. weather
      Keywords: Andy Chiodi, climate patterns, buoys, forecasting

JANUARY

Northwest Public Radio, January 18, 2013
Three month outlook forecasts chilly winter ahead (audio)
      Keywords: Nick Bond, climate outlook


Black carbon is much larger cause of climate change than previously thought
      Keywords: Sarah Doherty, global warming, soot, IGAC

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES COVER THE STORY

NBC News, January 17, 2013
Surprising strategy to fight global warming: Cut down on soot

Scientific American, January 17, 2013
A smut above: Unhealthy soot in the air could also promote global warming

Guardian Environmental Network, January 17, 2013
Black carbon is worse for global warming than previously thought

The Scientist, January 17, 2013
Soot a major factor in climate change

Yale Environment 360, January 17, 2013
Black carbon and warming: It's worse than we thought

TG Daily, January 16, 2013
Black carbon worse for climate than thought

UPI.com, January 16, 2013
Soot called major global warming factor

UW News, January 15, 2013
International study: Where there's smoke or smog, there's climate change

NOAA Research, January 15, 2013
Black carbon larger cause of climate change than previously assessed

American Geophysical Union, January 15, 2013
Black carbon is much larger cause of climate change then previously assessed

The Washington Post, January 15, 2013
Black carbon ranks as second-biggest human cause of global warming

BBC News, January 15, 2013
Climate change: Soot's role underestimated, says study

Bloomberg Businessweek, January 15, 2013
Black carbon twice as dangerous as 2007 estimate, scientists say

MSN News, January 15, 2013
Soot an agent of climate change

The Independent, January 15, 2013
Soot causes twice as much global warming as previously thought

Eureka! Science News, January 15, 2013
International study, Where there's smoke or smog, there's climate change

Phys.org, January 15, 2013
Black carbon larger cause of climate change than previously assessed

The Guardian, January 15, 2013
Black carbon causes twice as much global warming than previously thought

Science Word Report, January 15, 2013
Black carbon causes twice as much global warming

Reuters, January 15, 2013
Black Carbon a powerful climate pollutant: international study

Responding to Climate Change, January 15, 2013
Black carbon rated as second largest cause of global warming

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Phys.org, January 2, 2013
In rain and snow at home, Seahawks much more likely to win
      Keywords: Nick Bond, Washington State Climatologist, JISAO