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CEOAS in the News

New Gloucester student investigates Yellowstone supervolcano (11/8/2017 Sun Journal)

50 Ways an Earthquake Could Shatter—or Spare—These Major Northwest American Cities (10/25/2017 National Geographic Australia)

Shellfish growers: Acidification real threat (10/24/2017 Chinook Observer)

Southern Exposure: Coastal needs ripe for research funding (10/23/2017 The Daily Astorian)

Possible La Niña could mean big winter for Central Oregon (10/18/2017 Bend Bulletin)

Rapp Marine to Equip New OSU Research Vessel (10/16/2017 Marine Technology News)

People love to live in places that are at risk for disasters, ‘and this is what happens’ (10/15/2017 Washington Post)

Sea change: The increasing acidity of our seas is a threat to marine life that for many species may be impossible to overcome (10/11/2017 Nature)

Going in for the Krill: An abundant but imperiled species draws scientists to Antarctica (10/5/2017 Terra)

Climate change, population growth may lead to open ocean aquaculture (10/4/2017 Phys.org)

Sunlight and the right microbes convert Arctic carbon into carbon dioxide (10/4/2017 Phys.org)

"The Spirit Of Dialogue" (Geography professor Aaron Wolf discusses his new book, "The Spirit of Dialogue: Lessons from Faith Traditions in Transforming Conflict") (9/21/2017 OPB Think Out Loud)

Is the U.S. Overdue for a Catastrophic Earthquake? These Cities Are Most at Risk (9/21/2017 Time)

'Warm summers and stronger storms': Climatologist on climate change and extreme weather (9/20/2017 KVAL)

As oceans acidify, shellfish farmers respond (9/18/2017 High Country News)

When the Big One hits: Are you ready? (9/17/2017 Mail Tribune)

New Incentive to Develop Autonomous Marine Systems (9/7/2017 i-HLS.com)

Gulf Island Shipyards, LLC, awards functional engineering and design of the Oregon State University Regional Class Research Vessel (RCRV) to Gibbs & Cox, Inc. (9/5/2017 Markets Insider)

Despite historically wet winter, Oregon moving toward drought (9/2/2017 Statesman Journal)

Workshop to drill down on Newberry’s energy potential (9/1/2017 Bend Bulletin)


CEOAS News Archive (older stories)