News Archive 2014

DECEMBER

NBC News, December 26, 2014
How tsunami science has advanced since 2004 tragedy (video)
      Keywords: Vasily Titov

PBS Newshour, December 24, 2014
The day that changed tsunami science
      Keywords: Vasily Titov

Mother Nature Network, December 19, 2014
What did we learn from Indian Ocean tsunami?
      Keywords: Vasily Titov

Live Science, December 17, 2014
Arctic is heating up twice as quick as rest of world
      Keywords: PMEL, Arctic Report Card

Reuters, December 15, 2014
Old ship records to shed light on Arctic ice loss (video)
      Keywords: Kevin Wood, Old Weather Project

NOVEMBER

Vice, November 19, 2014
Why is it so cold?
      Keywords: Thomas Ackerman, JISAO

NOAA News, November 19, 2014
NOAA, partners provide real-time ocean acidification data to Pacific cost shellfish growers
      Keywords: PMEL

Climate Science, November 6, 2014
Greenland's ice sheet could start to melt where it currently appears stable, new research warns
      Keywords: Camille Lique

OCTOBER

Northwest Public Radio, October 17, 2014
Long range forecast calls for warmer, drier winter (audio)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

King 5 News, October 16, 2014
Weather experts give winter outlook (video)
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco

Seattle PI, October 3, 2014
Researchers study if Arctic warming behind 'weird weather'
      Keywords: Nick Bond, P-3

King 5 News, October 2, 2014
Special flight from Seattle to Arctic studies global warming
      Keywords: Nick Bond, JISAO

SEPTEMBER

NOAA Research, September 25, 2014
NOAA contributes key carbon dioxide data to global carbon assessment
      Keywords: Adrienne Sutton

The College Fix, September 25, 2014
Heresy! Study shows 'natural wind changes' a contributor to global warming
      Keywords: JIm Johnstone

The Washington Post, September 22, 2014
Study links changing winds to warming in Pacific
      Keywords: Jim Johnstone, JISAO

NOAA Ocean Climate Stations, September 17, 2014
Data from NOAA's KEO mooring captures passage of tropical cyclone Fengshen
      Keywords: PMEL, Keith Ronnholm, Dave Zimmerman

The Washington Post, September 15, 2014
The Gulf of Alaska is unusually warm, and weird fish are showing up
      Keywords: Nick Bond, JISAO, Nate Mantua

NPR, September 7, 2014
U.S. Pacific blue whales seen rebounding close to historic levels
      Keywords: JISAO, Andre Punt, Trevor Branch

UW News, September 5, 2014
California blue whales rebound from whaling; first of their kin to do so
      Keywords: JISAO, Andre Punt, Trevor Branch

NPR, September 3, 2014
Old ship logs reveal adventure, tragedy, and hints about climate (audio)
      Keywords: Old Weather, Kevin Wood

AUGUST

UW News, August 28, 2014
Three JISAO Senior Fellows elected fellows of the American Geophysical Union
      Keywords: David Battisti, Qiang Fu, Michael McPhaden

Science Codex, August 8, 2014
Ancient shellfish remains rewrite 10,000-year history of El Niño cycles
     Keywords: JISAO, Matthieu Carré

UW News, August 8, 2014
Ancient shellfish remains rewrite 10,000-year history of El Niño cycles
      Keywords: JISAO, Matthieu Carré

The Wall Street Journal, August 1, 2014
Why an 1879 voyage is a time machine for climate change
      Keywords: Old Weather, Kevin Wood, USS JEANNETTE

JULY

NOAA Ocean Explorer, July 16, 2014
Collapsed volcano inspires natural coral reef lab
      Keywords: David Butterfield, Joe Resing, JISAO

KDLG, July 9, 2014
NOAA monitoring ocean acidity levels in Prince William Sound (audio)

JUNE

E&E News, June 6, 2014
Researchers penetrate one of the darkest mysteries of climate change - clouds
      Keywords: Andreas Muhlbauer, JISAO

NW News Network, June 6, 2014
The Blob: Not the horror movie, the summer weather influencer (audio)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

MAY

National Geographic, May 30, 2014
One key question on Obama's push against climate change: Will it matter?
      Keywords: Thomas Ackerman, JISAO

King 5 News, May 15, 2014
Scientists trying to better predict lightning in Washington (video)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

IFL Science, May 9, 2014
Anemone eats a seabird
      Keywords: Lisa Guy, JISAO

Popular Science, May 8, 2014
Giant anemone eats seabird (video)
      Keywords: Lisa Guy, JISAO

Deep Sean News, May 6, 2014
Anemone consumes a baby seabird (video)
      Keywords: Lisa Guy, JISAO

APRIL

College of the Environment, April 15, 2014
Letter from the Dean
      Key Words: Neil Banas, Earth Day

Live Science, April 2, 2014
Chile earthquake unleashes tsunami...and sensors track it
      Keywords: DART

NBC News, April 2, 2014
Tsunami monitoring technology hits the mark in Chile
      Keywords: Vasily Titov, Center for Tsunami Research

MARCH

Bangladesh News, March 30, 2014
Pacific turns acidic
      Keywords: JISAO, Adrienne Sutton

Think Progress, March 28, 2014
The Pacific Ocean is turning sour much faster than expected, study shows
      Keywords: JISAO, Adrienne Sutton

Environment and Energy Publishing, March 27, 2014
Climate change acidifying tropical Pacific Ocean more than expected - study
      Keywords: JISAO, Adrienne Sutton

NOAA Research, March 26, 2014
Carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean is increasing faster than expected
      Keywords: Adrienne Sutton, JISAO, Global warming

Northwest Pacific Research Board, March 11, 2014
Join NPRB in welcoming incoming science director Dr. Matthew Baker
      Keywords: JISAO

News Works, March 6, 2014
Creating a new use for old weather logs (audio)
      Keywords: Kevin Wood, Archives, Old Weather

FEBRUARY

NWPR, February 19, 2014
Washington snowpack rebuilding toward normal (audio)
      Keywords: Nick Bond

The New York Times, February 14, 2014
Global warming, winter weather and the Olympics - Five leading climate scientists weigh in
      Keywords: John M. Wallace

Alaska Dispatch, February 8, 2014
Imagining an Alaska-generated tsunami hitting Los Angeles
      Keywords: Vasily Titov

JANUARY

NWCN, January 22, 2014
East Coast cold blast could last until Super Bowl (video)
      Keywords: Karin Bumbaco

Seattle Times, January 12, 2014
Seattle scientist distill 2,200-page report into haiku
      Keywords: Greg Johnson, JISAO Council