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13-September-2019
Female dragonflies pretend to be dead to avoid unwanted attention from males
Amanda Coetzee The North Coast Courier
Ecology 

10-September-2019
Plague in Denver? Infected prairie dog colonies reflect changes in Denver-area ecosystem
The Denver Post – YourHub
Ecological Applications 

6-September-2019
Forest giants are the trees most at risk
Elizabeth Pennisi Science Magazine
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

5-September-2019
Louisville Grows Uses Money from ESA to Support Urban Agriculture, Greenhouses
Ben Mowery Kentucky Green Report
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting ■ ESA press release

29-August-2019
To Save Gorillas, We’re Studying…Birds
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International
Ecology 

29-August-2019
NSF’s huge ecological observatory is open for business. But tensions remain
Elizabeth Pennisi Science Magazine
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

28-August-2019
These Sea Slugs Dine While They Do it
Sandrine Ceurstemont Hakai Magazine
Ecology 

28-August-2019
No microbiome is an island, unprecedented survey reveals
Elizabeth Pennisi Science Magazine
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

22-August-2019
Remembering Anthony Janetos
Scientific American
ESA Member

22-August-2019
Oil and gas development disrupts mule deer eating habits, new study finds
Camille Erickson Casper Star Tribune
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Wyoming press release

21-August-2019
California Will Build the Largest Wildlife Crossing in the World
Meilan Solly Smithsonian.com
Ecological ApplicationsUC Davis press release

19-August-2019
John Yarmuth Receives Ecological Policy Award
Satchel Walton Kentucky Green Report
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting ■ ESA press release

15-August-2019
Don’t Burn Trees to Fight Climate Change—Let Them Grow
Bill McKibben The New Yorker
ESA 2019 Annual MeetingTufts University press release

15-August-2019
How quality in waterways changes from season to season
Kay Vandette Earth.com
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

15-August-2019
An ecologist with an eye toward forecasting the future
Elizabeth Pennisi Science Magazine
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

15-August-2019
Fiddler crabs produce more carbon dioxide than their marshy homes can handle
Elizabeth Pennisi Science Magazine
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

13-August-2019
Trump is attacking the Endangered Species Act when we need it most
Ula Chrobak Popular Science
Issues in Ecology

13-August-2019
The best way to help cows and zebras? Make them live together
Elizabeth Pennisi Science Magazine
ESA 2019 Annual Meeting

8-August-2019
Damselflies living among waterweeds struggle with herbicides
Ryo Watanabe The Mainichi
Ecological Applications

5-August-2019
Top 12 Highly Anticipated Contributed Talks at ESA 2019
Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie PLOS Ecology Community Blog
ESA 2019

1-August-2019
The Iconic Joshua Tree Is in Danger of Extinction
Michelle Konstantinovsky How Stuff Works
Ecosphere ■ University of California, Riverside press release

31-July-2019
200 Reindeer Starved to Death. Experts Call It a Sign of Climate Change.
Palko Karasz New York Times
EcosphereNorwegian University of Science and Technology press release

31-July-2019
Expanding our view of voices that matter: New perspectives on ocean stakeholders
Sarah Carr The Skimmer on Marine Ecosystems and Management
FrontiersUniversity of Vermont press release

26-July-2019
Joshua Trees Are Being Wiped Out By Climate Change
Austin Schoonmaker The San Diego Entertainer
Ecosphere ■ University of Califonia, Riverside press release

18-July-2019
NC shipwrecks are valuable shark habitats
Jannette Pippin Jacksonville Daily News
Ecology ■ Duke University press release

11-July-2019
Lost tree species unexpectedly re-discovered in Indonesia
Eveline Vouillemin Geographical Magazine
Ecology ■ Manchester Metropolitan University press release

11-July-2019
Your garden can help endangered species [in Norwegian]
Kaja Kristin Ness NRK
Ecology Tufts University press release

3-July-2019
Why you should never release exotic pets into the wild
Annie Roth National Geographic
Frontiers ■ ESA press release

3-July-2019
Daylight robbery: how human-built structures leave coastal ecosystems in the shadows
Martino Malerba The Conversation
Frontiers

3-July-2019
No-take marine areas help fishers (and fish) far more than we thought
Dustin Marshall The Conversation
Frontiers

24-June-2019
Drawing a line on sagebrush fires may cause other problems
Joshua Rapp Learn The Wildlife Society
Frontiers

21-June-2019
Who Liked Hurricane Sandy? These Tiny, Endangered Birds
Annie Roth New York Times
Ecosphere

18-June-2019
The Midwest’s farms face an intense, crop-killing future
Sara Harrison Wired
Ecosphere ■ University of Illinois press release

18-June-2019
Rethinking wildlife corridors in a changing climate
Joshua Rapp Learn The Wildlife Society
Frontiers

18-June-2019
A fish egg hatched after getting eaten and pooped out by a swan
Sheena Goodyear Canadian Broadcasting Corporation – As It Happens
Ecology

17-June-2019
Pitcher plants have been quietly snacking on baby salamanders
Brigit Katz Smithsonian
Ecology University of Guelph press release

14-June-2019
Exotic pet trade responsible for hundreds of invasive species around the globe
Mike Gaworecki Mongabay
Frontiers ESA press release

14-June-2019
The Fish Egg That Traveled Through a Swan’s Gut, Then Hatched
Veronique Greenwood New York Times
Ecology

14-June-2019
Being different has an edge, and the Asiatic golden cats know it too
Vignesh Kamath Research Matters
Ecology Zoological Society of London press release

13-June-2019
Scientists discover world’s highest number of colour morph of a wild cat species in Arunachal’s Dibang Valley
Times of India
Ecology Zoological Society of London press release

12-June-2019
Salamander-eating plant first known in North America
Brie Stimson Fox News
Ecology University of Guelph press release

12-June-2019
Carnivorous plants eat far more salamanders than scientists thought
Sandrine Ceurstemont National Geographic
Ecology University of Guelph press release

11-June-2019
Scientists closing in on deadly frog fungus
Nick Carne Australia’s Science Channel
Frontiers Macquarie University press release

10-June-2019
Meat-eating plant that munches on baby salamanders discovered in Canada’s little bog of horrors
Kashmira Gander Newsweek
Ecology University of Guelph press release

10-June-2019
Carnivorous pitcher plants are regularly eating vertebrate animals
Michael Le Page New Scientist
Ecology University of Guelph press release

6-June-2019
This island is many frogs’ last hope for surviving the world’s deadliest pathogen
Alex Schwartz Popular Science
Frontiers Macquarie University press release

5-June-2019
Have an ‘exotic’ pet? Research shows it may harm local wildlife or the economy
Catherine Nguyen My Central Jersey
Frontiers ESA press release

4-June-2019
Scientists strapped cameras to African penguins – here’s what they saw
Kashmira Gander Newsweek
Ecology Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium press release

4-June-2019
How Chernobyl, the Biggest Nuclear Disaster in History, Still Affects Ukraine 33 Years Later
Morgan M. Evans People
Frontiers University of Georgia press release

3-June-2019
Frogs find disease-free haven in New Guinea, scientists want to keep it that way
Brooks Hays United Press International
Frontiers Macquarie University press release

31-May-2019
Should Canada cull grey seals to try and save this ‘ugly’ bottom feeder?
Paul Withers Canadian Broadcasting Service
Ecological Applications

29-May-2019
Saluting the 2019 Centennial Medalists
Jane Lubchenco, former ESA President, is honored by the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Jonathan Shaw Harvard Magazine

28-May-2019
Chernobyl: the wildlife haven created when people left
Tom Allan The Guardian
Frontiers University of Georgia press release

24-May-2019
Seagrass Meadows Connected to Kelp Forests Make Great Fish Nurseries
Hakai Institute blog
Ecological Applications

23-May-2019
Lengthy Study by UC Merced Professor Shows Value of Soil Health and Forest Restoration after Damaging Events
Sierra Sun Times
Ecology UC Merced press release

23-May-2019
Scientists Didn’t Know Baby Tiger Sharks Ate This
Melissa Cristina Márquez Forbes
Ecology Field Museum press release

22-May-2019
Baby Sharks Do (Do, Do, Do, Do, Do) Eat Songbirds
Meilan Solly Smithsonian
Ecology Field Museum press release

22-May-2019
For migrating songbirds, ‘baby shark’ is more than just an annoying tune
Shreya Dasgupta Mongabay
Ecology Field Museum press release

21-May-2019
Forget seabirds. Baby tiger sharks feast on songbirds in the Gulf of Mexico
Alex Fox Science Magazine
Ecology Field Museum press release

21-May-2019
Scientists pumped baby tiger sharks’ stomachs, and found they like to eat songbirds
Kashmira Gander Newsweek
Ecology Field Museum press release

21-May-2019
Baby tiger sharks eat songbirds like sparrows, doves, study finds
Ann Schmidt Fox News
Ecology Field Museum press release

21-May-2019
Giant tiger sharks eat backyard birds, surprising study reveals
Jake Buehler National Geographic
Ecology Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium press release

21-May-2019
Why So Many Sharks Have Bird Feathers in Their Bellies
Ed Yong The Atlantic
Ecology Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium press release

20-May-2019
Why elephants munch more acacia in cool weather
Futurity
Ecology University of Florida press release

15-May-2019
Giant devil rays’ secret birthing zone?
EarthSky
Ecology Duke University press release

14-May-2019
How cities could help animals fleeing climate change
Mark Tutton CNN
Ecology University of Ottawa press release

14-May-2019
Urban areas offer surprisingly useful ‘stepping stones’ for at-risk species
Kay Vandette earth.com
Ecology Tufts University press release

12-May-2019
Have Scientists Found A Manta Ray Maternity Ward?
Melissa Cristina Márquez Forbes
Ecology Duke University press release

11-May-2019
Study links Mille Lacs Lake walleye decline to water clarity
Associated Press
Ecosphere University of Minnesota press release

10-May-2019
Study: Clearer Water In Mille Lacs Lake Leads To Declining Walleye Population
Mary Kate McCoy Wisconsin Public Radio
Ecosphere University of Minnesota press release

7-May-2019
Study: Improving water quality in Mille Lacs means less habitat for walleye
Kirsti Marohn Minnesota Public Radio
Ecosphere University of Minnesota press release

2-May-2019
Wildlife in World Heritage Site declines after heatwave reduces seagrass
Florida Weekly
Ecological Monographs Florida International University press release

25-April-2019
Wildfires Spell Trouble for Homeowners’ Insurance Rates
Shivani Patel The Malibu Times
Ecological Applications

24-April-2019
Bumblebee numbers dwindling, and one study points to picky diets
Bonnie Burton CNET
Ecology

23-April-2019
Climate and Forests: Land Managers Must Adapt, and Conservationists, Too
Lance Olsen CounterPunch
Frontiers

23-April-2019
Citizen scientists help find evidence of shark-shipwreck connection
WECT News
Ecology Duke University press release

23-April-2019
California mountain lions are in trouble – but we can help
Zach Fitzner earth.com
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

22-April-2019
Earth Matters: Climate change threatening to dry up the Rio Grande River, a vital water supply
CBS News
Ecological Applications

16-April-2019
How connection to nature changes with age
Joelene Hughes Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Frontiers

16-April-2019
Why teenagers need to get more connected to nature
The Engineer’s Ring
Frontiers

10-April-2019
Murray River restoration increases native fish populations
Fishing World
Ecological Applications

9-April-2019
How Dangerous Is It to Be a Bird in Your City? Buildings Kill Hundreds of Millions a Year
Niraj Chokshi New York Times
Frontiers Cornell Ornithology press release

8-April-2019
US skyscrapers kill 600 million — yes, million — birds every year
Lianne Kolirin CNN
FrontiersCornell Ornithology press release

5-April-2019
Opossums: So Darn Ugly They’re Adorable
Jesslyn Shields HowStuffWork
Ecology  ■ Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies press release

4-April-2019
Chicago is Most Dangerous City for Migratory Birds, Study Finds 
Alex Rupenthal WTTW Chicago
Frontiers ■ Cornell Ornithology press release

3-April-2019
Twin Cities named one of the worst regions for migrating birds and light pollution
Jennifer Bjorhus Star Tribune
Frontiers ■ Cornell Ornithology press release

3-April-2019
Minneapolis on List of Dangerous Cities for Migrating Birds
Minnesota Ag Connection
FrontiersCornell Ornithology press release

2-April-2019
Study Names Top Cities Emitting Light that Endangers Migratory Birds
The Outdoor Wire
Frontiers
Cornell Ornithology press release

1-April-2019
The 39 endangered species in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and other Australian cities
Kylie Soanes, Pia Lentini The Conversation
Frontiers

1-April-2019
Chicago tops list of most dangerous cities for migrating birds
Pat Leonard Cornell Chronicle
Frontiers Cornell Ornithology press release

28-March-2019
Agenda-driven Science
Steve Wilent The Smokey Wire
Frontiers

25-March-2019
Extinction looms for southern California’s mountain lions
Mary Papenfuss High Country News
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

24-March-2019
Porsche tech rep says carbon brakes are not the best for track use
Jonathon Ramsey Autoblog
Ecological Applications

21-March-2019
Invasive annihilation
Jessica Else The Garden Island
Frontiers
University College London press release

21-March-2019
Santa Monica, Santa Ana Mountain Lions at Risk of Extinction
CBS Los Angeles
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

21-March-2019
Southern California Mountain Lions Face Local Extinction
Molly Peterson KQED
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

20-March-2019
Mountain lions face extinction in Santa Ana, Santa Monica Mountains
ABC 7 Southern California
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

20-March-2019
LA’s Mountain Lions May Face Extinction–But There’s a Way to Save Them
Yessenia Funes Earther | Gizmodo
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

20-March-2019
As Southern California cougars near ‘extinction vortex,’ a radical rescue plan emerges
Louis Sahagun Los Angeles Times
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

20-March-2019
Study: California Cougars At Risk for Extinction
Alexa Lardieri US News & World Report
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

20-March-2019
Southern California mountain lions face possible extinction, study finds
Martin Wisckol The Orange County Register
Ecological Applications UC Davis press release

19-March-2019
Blackpoll Warblers Migrate Up To 12,400 Miles Roundtrip Every Year
Scinews.com
Ecology
University of Guelph press release

19-March-2019
New Study of Invasive Species
Aaron Haiman A Birding Naturalist
Frontiers University College London press release

18-March-2019
Conservation mannequin advantages each ecological and financial wants of Nice Salt Lake
Denis Bedoya Infosurhoy
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Notre Dame press release

18-March-2019
Invasives are the primary cause of global extinctions in past five centuries
Joshua Learn The Wildlife Society
FrontiersUniversity College London press release

18-March-2019
Study: Hungry moose more tolerant of wolves’ presence
Mark Gocke Billings Gazette
Ecology
University of Wyoming press release

14-March-2019
Hungry moose are more tolerant of wolves
Brooks Hays United Press International
Ecology
University of Wyoming press release

7-March-2019
Research Key to Boosting Benefits of Large Marine Protected Areas
Angelo O’Connor Villagomez The Pew Charitable Trusts
Ecological Applications

6-March-2019
‘Lichen’-minded
Kelly Foss Memorial University Gazette
Frontiers Canadian Museum of Nature press release

6-March-2019
Forum: How do we coexist with wildlife
Gabe Allen and Becca Harris Jackson Hole News & Guide
Ecosphere

4-March-2019
‘Man-animal conflict’: Is it time to drop the term?
Manoj Nair Hindustan Times
Frontiers

4-March-2019
Here’s How Alien Species Are Killing Off Our Animals And Plants, Causing Global Extinction
Micah Ong International Business Times
FrontiersUniversity of London press release

4-March-2019
Alien species are the largest driver of recent extinctions
Brooks Hays United Press International
Frontiers University of London press release

4-March-2019
Alien species are ‘primary cause’ for global extinctions, study finds
Chris Ciaccia Fox News
Frontiers University of London press release

4-March-2019
Invasive Species Have Led to a Third of Animal Extinctions Since 1500
Olivia Rosane EcoWatch
FrontiersUniversity of London press release

3-March-2019
Non-native species to blame for many modern extinctions
Kyla Cathey Earth.com
FrontiersUniversity of London press release

1-March-2019
Ecology: From Different Nations, For Common Goals
Comparing the quantity and subject matter of research published by the Ecological Society of America and the Ecological Society of China
Huang Tian-Yuan and Zhao Bin

28-February-2019
As Work Begins on Trump’s Border Wall, A Key Wildlife Refuge Is at Risk
April Reese Yale Environment 360
Frontiers

26-February-2019
Scientists May Have Finally Solved The Mystery Behind Desert ‘Fairy Circles’
Kristine Moore Inquisitr
EcosphereUniversity of Göttingen press release

26-February-2019
Barren Desert ‘Fairy Circles’ Caused by…Rain?
Stephanie Pappas Live Science
Ecosphere
University of Göttingen press release

21-February-2019
International assessment notes importance of grasslands
Feedstuffs
Ecosphere

21-February-2019
UI Doctoral Student Wins National Award
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
University of Idaho press release

14-February-2019
By Reconnecting With Soil, We Heal the Planet and Ourselves
Leah Penniman Yes! Magazine
Frontiers

13-February-2019
Tasmanian Devils Likely to Survive Cancer Scourge
Robert Preidt US News
Ecology ■ Swansea University Prifysgol Abertawen press release

7-February-2019
Predictions of less snow may be bad news for ringed seals
Dana Koblinsky The Wildlife Society
Ecological Applications ■ ESA press release

6-February-2019
Human Exclusion Zones the Best For Shark Populations
James Taylor Surf Coast Times
Frontiers ■ Deakin University press release

4-February-2019
Invasive species with charisma are harder to eradicate
Brooks Hays United Press International
Frontiers ■ ESA press release

2-February-2019
Here’s What Groundhogs Will Do If Winter Goes Long
Rafi Letzter Live Science
Ecology 

1-February-2019
Ponds can absorb more carbon than woodland – here’s how they can fight climate change in your garden
Mike Jeffries The Conversation
Frontiers 

1-February-2019
Veggie-eating shark surprises scientists
Christie Wilcox National Geographic
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Tokyo press release

31-January-2019
The presence of people is slowing shark recovery on the Great Barrier Reef
Justin Rizzari The Conversation
Frontiers ■ Deakin University press release

31-January-2019
Alpine Frogs Under Threat From Climate Change
Erin Ross Oregon Public Broadcasting
Ecological Applications ■ Simon Fraser University press release

30-January-2019
Climate Change Is Melting Arctic Sea Ice – And That’s Endangering Ringed Seal Populations
Fiona McMillan Forbes
Ecological Applications ■ ESA press release

28-January-2019
Yellowstone May Lose Many Of Its Forests By Mid-Century, Study Says
Nate Hegyi NPRI Utah, KUER 90.1
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Wisconsin-Madison press release

28-January-2019
Contagious cancer: hope for the Tasmanian devil
Insider
Ecology ■ Swansea University Prifysgol Abertawen press release

28-January-2019
Roundup: Collapsing Glaciers, Invertebrates, and Resilient Mountains
Maria Dombrov Phys.org
Ecological Applications 

25-January-2019
Drier mountains pose a double whammy for cold-adapted amphibians
Phys.org
Ecological Applications ■ Simon Fraser University press release

24-January-2019
The ringed seal population is under threat due to a lack of Arctic snow
Scitech Europa
Ecological Applications ■ ESA press release

24-January-2019
Cancer unlikely to cause extinction in Tasmanian devils, study finds
Irish News
Ecology ■ Swansea University Prifysgol Abertawen press release

22-January-2019
Study: Yellowstone’s forests could become grasslands by mid-century
Michael Wright Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Wisconsin-Madison press release

22-January-2019
Another Omnivorous Shark: Whale Sharks Eat Their Greens, Too!
Melissa Cristina Marquez Forbes
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Tokyo press release

21-January-2019
Gulf of California Fish Thriving in Deep Sea with Virtually No Oxygen
Weather.com
Ecology ■ Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute press release

21-January-2019
Robot Discovers Eels and Sharks Thriving in Deep-sea Void Where Oxygen Hardly Exists
Aristos Georgiou Newsweek
Ecology ■ Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute press release

21-January-2019
Bizarre deep-sea fish living in Gulf of California with ‘virtually no oxygen’ puzzles biologists
Jennifer Earl Fox News
Ecology ■ Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute press release

18-January-2019
With fire, warming and drought, Yellowstone forests could be grassland by mid-century
Phys.org
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Wisconsin-Madison press release

18-January-2019
Yellowstone’s forests could be grassland in just a few decades
Brooks Hays United Press International
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Wisconsin-Madison press release

18-January-2019
Biologists discover deep-sea fish living where there is virtually no oxygen
Phys.org
Ecology ■ Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute press release

16-January-2019
World’s largest species of fish has to survive longs periods of starvation despite weighing as much as THREE African elephants
Victoria Bell Daily Mail
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Tokyo press release

16-January-2019
The amazing diet of the enigmatic whale shark, the biggest fish in the world
Teresa Guerrero El Mundo
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Tokyo press release

16-January-2019
Whale Sharks, Earth’s Largest Fish, Also Commonly Eat Plants
Roni Dengler Discover Magazine
Ecological Monographs ■ University of Tokyo press release

11-January-2019
‘A travesty to this nation’: People are destroying Joshua trees in Joshua Tree National Park
Washington Post
Ecosphere 

9-January-2019
Research: In a national park, researchers study African elephant movement and vegetation using satellites
Janet Aguilar TuniseSoir News
Ecological Monographs ■ ESA press release

9-January-2019
Elephants take to the road for reliable resources
Science Daily
Ecological Monographs ■ ESA press release

7-January-2019
Flashing lights ward off livestock-hunting pumas in northern Chile
John Cannon Mongabay
Frontiers ■ University of Wisconsin-Madison press release

6-January-2019
At Punta Tombo, male Magellanic penguins compete for mates
Kyla Cathey Earth.com
Ecological Applications ■ University of Washington press release

3-January-2019
Does mountaintop removal also remove rattlesnakes?
Science Magazine
Frontiers ■ ESA press release

3-January-2019
Does mountaintop removal also remove rattlesnakes?
Science Daily
Frontiers ■ ESA press release

19-December-2018
Nightlights for stream dwellers? No, thanks
Phys.org
Ecological Applications ■ Ohio State University press release

18-December-2018
New York City’s surprising wealth of native trees
Sarah Deweerdt Anthropocene Magazine
Ecological Applications ■ Yale University press release

12-December-2018
Feds announce proposal to rollback protections for some waterways and wetlands
Timothy Wheeler Bay Journal
ESA Statement

11-December-2018
San Diego Biologist Finds Fish Living In Extremely Low Oxygen Content Waters
Erik Anderson KPBS
Ecology ■ Scripps Institution of Oceanography press release

6-December-2018
Missing the forest for the trees: An unexpected picture of New York City forests
Phys.org
Ecological Applications ■ Yale University press release

28-November-2018
Ants Turn Carnivorous When Salt is Scarce
ABC News
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

28-November-2018
Climate change is making it harder for forests to recover from wildfires
Jared Keller Pacific Standard
Ecosphere ■ US Forest Service press release

27-November-2018
Ants Turn Carnivorous When Salt is Scarce
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

25-November-2018
Tossing dead salmon is good for plants
Mark Kinver BBC News
Ecology ■ University of Washington press release

21-November-2018
Study Shows Increased Public Interest In Conservation
Jackson Schroeder The University Network
Frontiers ■ Princeton University press release

16-November-2018
In reversal, NSF lifts proposal limits on biologists
Frankie Schembri Science Magazine
ESA Letter

15-November-2018
Kathleen Weathers to serve as President of the Ecological Society of America
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

13-November-2018
Researchers help combat US sushi mislabeling
Christie Blank SeafoodSource
Frontiers ■ UCLA press release

12-November-2018
Food and beverage fraud: news round-up
Phil Taylor Securing Industry
Frontiers ■ UCLA press release

9-November-2018
Fake sushi: The fight against seafood fraud
Connor Ertz Earth.com
Frontiers ■ UCLA press release

8-November-2018
Is climate change fanning megafires?
Steven Ornes Science News for Students
Ecological Applications ■ National Center for Atmospheric Research press release

30-October-2018
How 600,000 pounds of dead salmon nourished Alaskan trees.
Eleanor Imster EarthSky
Ecology ■ University of Washington press release

26-October-2018
Animal migration requires both movement corridors and food
Science Daily
Ecological Applications ■ University of Wyoming press release

25-October-2018
Researchers threw salmon carcasses on one side of a creek for 20 years. Here’s what happened.
Kevin Gullufsen Juneau Empire
Ecology ■ University of Washington press release

25-October-2018
Salmon-hurling scientists enrich an ecosystem
Nature
Ecology ■ University of Washington press release

23-October-2018
Salmon graveyard gives rise to forest in Alaska
Brooks Hays United Press International
Ecology ■ University of Washington press release

23-October-2018
Tossing Salmon for Science
Carly Segerstrom High Country News
Ecology ■ University of Washington press release

22-October-2018
The monkey of the mountain is able to climb up to 26 meters high
Belen Lagunas Economía y Negocios
Ecosphere ■ Ecological Society of America press release

18-October-2018
Playing Birdsongs to Save Trees
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

10-October-2018
Polar bears could face extinction as emergency food supply dries up, study finds
Josh Gabbatiss Independent
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

10-October-2018
Polar Bears May Soon Feast on Whale Carcasses. Global Warming is to Blame
Katherine Wu Smithsonian.com
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

10-October-2018
Whales not enough sustenance for polar bears in fast-changing climate
John Cannon Mongabay
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

9-October-2018
Whale meat helped polar bears survive past warming
Craig Welch National Geographic
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

5-October-2018
Frogs coping with fatal fungus in Panamanian forest, study finds
John Cannon Mongabay
Ecological Applications ■ University of Maryland press release

4-October-2018
Documentary remembers E. Lucy Braun: Scientist, advocate, leader
Rebecca Huff Cincinnati.com

4-October-2018
Armadillos dig Little St. Simons
Wes Wolfe The Brunswick News
2018 ESA Annual Meeting

4-October-2018
These Frogs Are Evolving to Survive a Murderous Fungus That Tries to Stop Their Hearts
Rafi Letzter Live Science
Ecological Applications ■ University of Maryland press release

3-October-2018
These Frogs Evolved Resistance to Deadly Chytrid Fungus
Mark Barna Discover Magazine
Ecological Applications ■ University of Maryland press release

3-October-2018
Cannibal Cobras: Male snakes eat each other shockingly often
Christie Wilcox National Geographic
Ecology ■ ESA press release

2-October-2018
Cobra cannibalism is surprisingly common, researchers find
Brooks Hays United Press International
Ecology ■ ESA press release

2-October-2018
The Purpose of the Plaques
Claudia Robles Utah Daily Chronicle
Ecological Monographs

30-September-2018
A furtive moth slurps up this sleeping bird’s tears
Mark Kaufman Mashable
Ecology

28-September-2018
Moths Love Lamps…and Sipping the Salty Tears of Sleeping Birds
Jason Daley Smithsonian
Ecology

28-September-2018
Watch a Moth Suck the Tears Out of a Bird’s Eye, Because Nature Is Metal
Brandon Specktor Live Science
Ecology

27-September-2018
These Moths Drink the Tears of Sleeping Birds
Sandrine Ceurstemont National Geographic
Ecology

26-September-2018
Ecology Moving Forward: Thoughts on the 2018 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting
Sharon Collinge National Ecological Observatory Network
2018 ESA Annual Meeting

26-September-2018
Moth Drinking Tears of a Sleeping Bird Caught on Video
Anna Groves Discover Magazine
Ecology 

25-September-2018
Rare video catches moth sipping tears from bird’s eye. Scientists think they know why
Jared Gilmour Miami Herald
Ecology

21-September-2018
Watch a moth drink tears from a bird’s eye
Richa Malhorta Science Magazine
Ecology 

21-September-2018
Climate Change May Worsen Spread of Invasive Superweed
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

20-September-2018
What’s eating these endangered orchids?
Science Daily
Ecology ■ Kobe University press release

14-September-2018
Common ground on the prairie (commentary)
Martha Kauffman Mongabay
Ecological Applications 

12-September-2018
‘Encyclopedia’ sheds light on how death boosts ecosystems
Cameron Lane Futurity
Ecological Monographs ■ Michigan State University press release

12-September-2018
Scientists measure the ecological benefits of death, decomposition
Brooks Hays United Press International
Ecological Monographs ■ Michigan State University press release

12-September-2018
The world needs death and decomposition
Phys.org
Ecological Monographs ■ Michigan State University press release

12-September-2018
End of Colombia conflict may bring new threats to ecosystems
Phys.org
Frontiers ■ Purdue University press release

12-September-2018
FWC monitoring Clearwater park after latest gator attack in Florida
Danielle Figueroa Tampa Bay Times
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

5-September-2018
‘Anti-Probiotics’ Could Suppress Weeds and Invasive Plants
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

5-September-2018
Delay in Hong Kong’s ivory ban endangers elephants and is ‘legally unnecessary’
Shreya Dasgupta Mongabay
Frontiers 

5-September-2018
Hong Kong’s Delay To Fully Implement Nationwide Ivory Trade Ban Results To Illegal Activities Across The Border
Jonnalyn Cortez Business Times
Frontiers 

5-September-2018
Delay on full ban of ivory trade in Hong Kong could encourage elephant poaching, study shows
South China Morning Post
Frontiers 

23-August-2018
When Invasive Species Help: Armadillos Provide Shelter to Native Species
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

23-August-2018
Katydids and their kin can also pollinate flowers
Futurity
Ecology ■ 
National University of Singapore press release

21-August-2018
New method could save iconic English chalk grasslands
Phys.org
Ecology ■ University of Manchester press release

20-August-2018
Alligator attacks are on the rise in Florida. Thank humans, scientists say
Danielle Figueroa Tampa Bay Times
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

20-August-2018
Why Are Alligator Bites on the Rise in Florida?
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

17-August-2018
Trees On the Move
Steve Curwood Living On Earth (PRI)
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

16-August-2018
How Drought Turned an African Savanna Into a Lush Wildlife Paradise
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

16-August-2018
Key factor may be missing from models that predict disease outbreaks from climate change
Phys.org
Ecology ■ Indiana University press release

16-August-2018
California’s spittlebug is on the decline
Brooks Hays United Press International
Ecology ■ UC Davis press release

14-August-2018
Trees Are Migrating West to Escape Climate Change
Marlene Cimmons Nexus Media
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

14-August-2018
When it comes to carbon storage, not all mangroves are equal
Shreya Dasgupta Mongabay
Frontiers ■ Louisiana State University press release

14-August-2018
Reports laud aquaculture upsides in protein production
Nelson Bennet Business Vancouver
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

13-August-2018
What are megafires … and why is it so hard to explain their growth?
Cory Reppenhagen 9News Colorado
Ecological Applications ■ NCAR press release

10-August-2018
Fly, My Pretties: Carrion-Eating Insects Bring Mammal Data to Researchers
Nala Rogers Inside Science
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

9-August-2018
International ecologists canoe the Manchac Freshwater Wetlands
Joan Meiners The Times-Picayune

8-August-2018
Why the Arctic Needs Mosquitoes
Kendra Pierre-Louis The New York Times
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

7-August-2018
Forest management could be causing more harm than good, says UBC prof
Anna Dimoff Canadian Broadcast Corporation
2018 ESA Annual Meeting presentation

3-August-2018
Scientists’ childlike drawings of the creatures they study are going viral. Here’s why.
Sara Sneath The Times-Picayune

2-August-2018
Mapping Blue Carbon in Mangroves Worldwide
Science Magazine
Frontiers ■ Louisiana State University press release

31-July-2018
From rigs to reefs: Researchers encourage authorities to rethink oil rig removal
Sarah Lynch Baldwin CBS News
Frontiers  Aarhus University press release

31-July-2018
Watch Corals Form a ‘Wall of Mouths’ to Catch and Eat Jellyfish
Christie Wilcox National Geographic
Ecology  University of Edinburgh press release 

31-July-2018
Coral ‘gangs’ trap and eat jellyfish
BBC UK
Ecology  University of Edinburgh press release 

29-July-2018
Overfishing caused an increase of ‘coral ticks’ that harm coral reefs
Abbey Interrante Newsweek
Ecological Applications  Georgia Institute of Technology press release

27-July-2018
Boulder scientist’s study shows localized winds as megafire factor
Charlie Brennan Daily Camera
Ecological Applications  National Center for Atmospheric Research press release

20-July-2018
Tropical Pink ‘Sea Pickles’ Are Invading the Waters of the Pacific Northwest
Kimberly Hickock Live Science
Ecology  University of Oregon press release

20-July-2018
Congressman Leger to Receive ESA Policy Award for Coastal Restoration Work
Environment Coastal & Offshore
Ecological Society of America press release

12-July-2018
Scientists Pick Up the Genetic Scent of Stinkbug Invaders
Daniel Ackerman Scientific American
Frontiers  Ecological Society of America press release

12-July-2018
Lyme disease study looks at factors that may increase threat
Amy H Wu Poughkeepsie Journal
Ecology  Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies press release

10-July-2018
The Digest: Removing Spent Underwater Oil Rigs Might Do More Harm Than Good
Kristin Houser Futurism
Frontiers  Aarhus University press release

6-July-2018
North Sea decommissioning rules need a re-think, academics say
Mark Lammey Energy Voice
Frontiers ■ Aarhus University press release

5-July-2018
Former oil rigs could have environmental benefits, says poll
Climate Action Programme
Frontiers ■ Aarhus University press release

3-July-2018
Rig removal needs a rethink 
The Fish Site
Frontiers ■ Aarhus University press release

26-June-2018
Nanomaterial Runoff Leads to Algae Outbreaks
Kenny Walter R&D Magazine
Ecological Applications ■ Duke University press release

25-June-2018
Small hydropower plants defy what is meant by “small”
Julian Olden, Thiago Couto Water Power Magazine
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

22-June-2018
New research on avian response to wildfires
Science Daily
Ecosphere

22-June-2018
Yellowstone’s ‘landscape of fear’ not so scary after all
Phys.org
Ecological Monographs ■ Utah State University press release

22-June-2018
Wolves In Yellowstone Aren’t Scaring Away Elks From The National Park
International Business Times
Ecological Monographs ■ Utah State University press release

14-June-2018
Report to shape update to Northwest Forest Plan
Kimberly Cuvel The Spokesman Review
USDA Report

13-June-2018
Eating shellfish like mussels is better for the planet than going vegan, study finds
Rob Waugh Metro.uk
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

12-June-2018
New Ray Hilborn study investigates environmental impact of aquaculture
Ben Fisher SeafoodSource
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

11-June-2018
Study weighs environmental costs of proteins
Noel Kirkpatrick Mother Nature Network
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

10-June-2018
Choice matters: the environmental costs of producing meat, seafoods
Phys.org
Frontiers ■ University of Washington press release

31-May-2018
Stick Insects Are Easy Bird Food, and That Might Help Them Reproduce
JoAnna Klein New York Times
Ecology ■ Kobe University press release

30-May-2018
Stick Insects Have a Bizarre Way to ‘Survive’ Being Eaten
Carly Casella Science Alert
Ecology ■ Kobe University press release

29-May-2018
Oldest living tree in Europe is still going strong
Kay Vandetter Earth.com
Ecology ■ University of Tuscia press release

29-May-2018
How More Border Barriers Could Harm the Biodiverse Texas Rio Grande Valley
Melissa Gaskill The Revelator
Frontiers ■ 

29-May-2018
These bugs’ babies get eaten by birds but it might be for their own good
Sarah Kaplan The Washington Post
Ecology ■ Kobe University press release

28-May-2018
Stick insects travel long distances—by being eaten by birds
Michael Allen Science Magazine
Ecology ■ Kobe University press release

25-May-2018
Oldest European Tree Found—And It’s Having a Growth Spurt
Sandrine Ceurstemont National Geographic
Ecology ■ University of Tuscia press release

9-May-2018
Particularly hard on foxes and bears: Study finds oilsands change forest fauna
Bob Weber National Post (Canada)
Frontiers

2-May-2018
What Does Climate Change Mean for Vermont’s Maple Sugarers?
Chris Richard Civil Eats
Ecology University of Michigan press release

3-May-2018
Study finds private timberlands burned with higher severity than public lands
Emily Hoard The News-Review (Douglas County, OR)
Ecological ApplicationsOregon State University press release

2-May-2018
Vertebrate pollinators are particularly vital
Julia John The Wildlife Society
Frontiers ESA, University of Southampton press release

23-Apr-2018
Johnny Quispe Selelected by ESA as a Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award Recipient
Rutgers University Newsroom
Rutgers Press Release

26-Apr-2018
What scientists are saying about the EPAs ‘secret science’ rule
Worby Rebecca Pacific Standard
Policy letterESA press release

24-Apr-2018
SFSU study predicts rise in ticks this season
ABC 7 News San Francisco
Ecosphere ■ San Francisco State University press release

24-Apr-2018
OSU study: Altered ecosystems can be native bird habitat
Barney Lerten KTVZ Channel 21 News (central Oregon)
EcosphereOregon State University press release

20-Apr-2018
In worst case scenario, the trees in big parts of Canada’s boreal forest ‘will probably die,’ says federal scientist
Meyer Carl National Observer (Canada)
Ecological Applications

5-Apr-2018
Without Birds, Lizards, and Other Vertebrate Pollinators, Plant Reproduction Could Decline by Two-Thirds
Yale 360
FrontiersESA, University of Southamption press release

27-Mar-2018
Vast boreal forest in Alberta threatened by climate change
Montgomery Marc Radio Canada International
EcosphereUniversity of Alberta press release

26-Mar-2018
Half of Alberta’s boreal forest could disappear due to fires and climate change, study warns
Derworiz Colette The Canadian Press
EcosphereUniversity of Alberta press release

16-Mar-2018
These Adorable Squirrels Are Also Baby-Killing Cannibals
Bittel Jason National Geographic
EcologyUniversity of Alberta press release

15-Mar-2018
Killer squirrels commit infanticide in times of plentiful food, study shows
Graney Juris Edmondton Journal
EcologyUniversity of Alberta press release

15-Mar-2018
Red squirrels commit ‘sexually selected infanticide’ when food is abundant: Alberta research
Ramsey Caley Global News
EcologyUniversity of Alberta press release

15-Mar-2018
Study: Red squirrel kills offspring of male rival, then mates with the female
Derworiz Colette The Canadian Press
EcologyUniversity of Alberta press release

15-Mar-2018
Male red squirrels kill offspring of rivals, new University of Alberta study suggests
Small Kaylen CBC
EcologyUniversity of Alberta press release

15-Mar-2018
Male squirrels kill rivals’ offspring when food is bountiful: study
jung Angela CTV News
EcologyUniversity of Alberta press release

15-Mar-2018
Bewhiskered butchers: Scientists discover a dark truth about red squirrels
Semenuik Ivan The Globe and Mail
EcologyUniversity of Alberta press release

6-Mar-2018
The Bloody Pirate Life of One of the Ocean’s Most Elusive Creatures
Elizabeth Preston The Atlantic
EcologyInstituto de Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC) press release

4-Feb-2018
Kampf der Titanen: Riesentintenfisch von Artgenossen verletzt – derstandard.at/2000072821762/Kampf-der-Titanen-Riesentintenfisch-von-Artgenossen-verletzt
Der Standard (Austria)
EcologyInstituto de Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC) press release

25-Jan-2018
Albacete en la Onda. Jueves 25/01/2018
Onda Cero (Spain)
Ecological MonographsUniversitat de Lleida press release

25-Jan-2018
Giant squid murdered by fellow squid on Spanish coast
Claire Toureille International Business Times
EcologyInstituto de Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC) press release

24-Jan-2018
Cambio climático propiciará incendios más intensos
El Diario (Mexico)
Ecological MonographsUniversitat de Lleida press release

24-Jan-2018
Duelo mortal de “krakens” por la comida
Sandra Penelas Faro de Vigo (Spain)
EcologyInstituto de Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC) press release

24-Jan-2018
Pelea de monstruos marinos
Atlántico Diario (Galicia Spain)
EcologyInstituto de Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC) press release

24-Jan-2018
Live Giant Squid Washed Ashore In Spain
Josh Davis IFLScience!
EcologyInstituto de Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC) press release

23-Jan-2018
Alterações climáticas vão trazer incêndios intensos e difícies de extinguir
dnoticias (Portugal)
Ecological MonographsUniversitat de Lleida press release

22-Jan-2018
El cambio climático transformará el régimen de incendios, según un estudio
la Vanguardia (Spain)
Ecological MonographsUniversitat de Lleida press release

22-Jan-2018
El cambio climático transformará el régimen de incendios, según un estudio
el Periodico (Spain)
Ecological MonographsUniversitat de Lleida press release

22-Jan-2018
El cambio climático propiciará incendios más intensos y dificiles de extinguir
EFE (Spain)
Ecological MonographsUniversitat de Lleida press release

11-Jan-2018
Rutgers Study on Superstorm Sandy Could Help Areas Ravaged by Harvey, Irma, Maria in 2017
SNJ Today
Ecological ApplicationsRutgers University Camden press release

8-Jan-2018
Microorganisms In Antarctic Dry Valleys Relocating To Counter Thawing Ice
Suraj Radhakrishnan International Business Times
EcologyColorado State University press release

3-Jan-2018
MSU researchers: We’re not smart enough to manage wild turkeys
Michael Eckert The Times Herald
Ecological ApplicationsESA press release

2-Jan-2018
How A Forest in Sonoma Helps California Meet Its Climate Goals
Eric Simons Bay Nature Magazine
FrontiersStanford University press release

12-Dec-2017
Why we’re behind on saving the world
Rick Paulas Pacific Standard
Frontiers 

12-Dec-2017
Humongous land crab dines on remote-island seabirds
Sarah Zielinski Science News for Students
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

8-Jan-2018
Microorganisms In Antarctic Dry Valleys Relocating To Counter Thawing Ice
Suraj Radhakrishnan International Business Times
EcologyColorado State University press release

11-Dec-2017
The World’s Largest Organism Is Dying
Tia Ghose Yahoo News
EcosphereUtah State University press release

9-Dec-2017
The world’s largest and oldest organism is super stressed out
Ephrat Livni Quartz
EcosphereUtah State University press release

9-Dec-2017
The world’s largest and oldest organism is super stressed out
Ephrat Livni MSN
EcosphereUtah State University press release

8-Dec-2017
Starving Polar Bear’s Last Hours Captured in Heartbreaking Video
Stephanie Pappas Live Science
FrontiersUSGS press release

6-Dec-2017
The World’s Largest Organism Is Dying
Tia Ghose Live Science
EcosphereUtah State University press release

29-Nov-2017
Risk of Shark Attacks in California Has Plummeted, Researchers Say
Danielle Venton KQED
FrontiersESA press release

20-Nov-2017
Animals feel a “landscape of fear” – just like humans
Cassie Freund Salon/ Massive
Ecology 

14-Nov-2017
Study: NW forests getting denser, more vulnerable to fire (press release reprint)
KTVZ Channel 21 News (central Oregon)
Ecological ApplicationsOregon State University press release

10-Nov-2017
See This Giant Land Crab Attack a Bird (Video)
The British Journal
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

10-Nov-2017
Les crabes de cocotier, chasseurs d’oiseaux marins
Fabien Goubet Le Temps
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

10-Nov-2017
Los cangrejos gigantes de una remota isla del Índico están aprendido a capturar y devorar pájaros mientras duermen
Miguel Jorge Gizmodo en Español
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

10-Nov-2017
Riesige Krabbe knackt Vogel
Daniel Lingenhöhl Spektrum
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

10-Nov-2017
Раки-гіганти розтерзали птицю, яка спала (відео)
УНІАН (Ukraine)
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

9-Nov-2017
Giant coconut crab sneaks up on a sleeping bird and kills it
Jake Buehler New Scientist
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

7-Nov-2017
Yellowstone grizzlies may soon mingle with Glacier Park kin
Jim Robbins The Seattle Times
EcosphereESA press release

6-Nov-2017
Watch: giant coconut crab savagely kills, eats large bird
Elana Glowatz International Business Times
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

3-Nov-2017
Yellowstone Grizzlies May Soon Commingle With Northern Cousins
Jim Robbins New York Times
EcosphereESA press release

3-Nov-2017
Potential paths of the grizzly bear identified
Kelsey Dayton WyoFile
EcosphereESA press release

3-Nov-2017
Illegal Weed Can Be Worse for Forests than Logging
Kaleigh Rogers Vice
FrontiersUC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources/ Ithaca College press release

1-Nov-2017
For Yellowstone grizzlies, paths may lead out of isolation
David Frey The Wildlife Society
EcosphereESA press release

1-Nov-2017
Hopping ecosystems will be hard for griz
Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News & Guide
EcosphereESA press release

1-Nov-2017
Watch this giant land crab attack an unsuspecting bird
Elaina Zachos National Geographic
FrontiersNational Geographic/ ESA press release

31-Oct-2017
The grassroots social network documenting real-time climate change
Benjamin Powers Pacific Standard
FrontiersESA press release

30-Oct-2017
Grizzly roadmap: Studies show grizzlies finding their way around people
Rob Chaney The Missoulian
EcosphereESA press release

30-Oct-2017
Grizzly roadmap: Studies show grizzlies finding their way around people
Rob Chaney Billings Gazette
EcosphereESA press release

30-Oct-2017
Is Biodiversity Beneficial to Human Health? Maybe Not.
Christie Wilcox Undark
Annual Meeting

30-Oct-2017
Is Biodiversity Beneficial to Human Health? Maybe Not.
Christie Wilcox Undark
Ecology

28-Oct-2017
Citizen scientists at Elkhorn Slough aid in sea otter research
Jennifer Leman Santa Cruz Sentinel
Ecology

27-Oct-2017
New study predicts Yellowstone grizzly bears could expand to other populations
Sean Reichard Yellowstone Insider
EcosphereESA press release

27-Oct-2017
Temperate forest dynamics and climate
Andrew Sugden Science Magazine (Editors’ Choice)
Ecological Monographs

26-Oct-2017
Car pollution causing rapid coho fatalities
Darryl Fears The Bend Bulletin
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

24-Oct-2017
The Killing Streams
Lynda Mapes Coeur d’Alene/Post Falls Press
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

24-Oct-2017
Is organic really better for the environment than conventional agriculture?
Hannah Ritchie Genetic Literacy Project
Frontiers

24-Oct-2017
Besuch für Yellowstone-Grizzlys
Deutschlandfunk
EcosphereESA press release

23-Oct-2017
Car pollution causing the rapid die-off of coho salmon
Darryl Fears Bangor Daily News
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

20-Oct-2017
A huge salmon die-off is happening — and our cars might be responsible
Darryl Fears The Washington Post
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

19-Oct-2017
Stormwater pollution in Puget Sound streams kills coho
Lynda Mapes The Columbian
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

19-Oct-2017
Report: Stormwater pollution in Puget Sound streams is killing coho before they can spawn
Lynda Mapes The Bellingham Herald
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

18-Oct-2017
Stormwater pollution in Puget Sound streams killing coho before they can spawn
Lynda Mapes The Seattle Times
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

18-Oct-2017
Stormwater pollution in Puget Sound streams is killing coho salmon before they can spawn
Lynda Mapes The News Tribune (Tacoma Pierce County)
Ecological ApplicationsNOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center press release

16-Oct-2017
Inside Ottawa’s rush to dispute science before pipeline approvals
Mike De Souza National Observer (Canada)
FrontiersStanford University press release

2-Oct-2017
Pinguine naschen gerne Gelata
Der Standard (Austria)
FrontiersESA press release

29-Sep-2017
Who’s Eating Jellyfish? Penguins, That’s Who
Steph Yin New York Times Trilobites
FrontiersESA press release

27-Sep-2017
In a Changing Climate, Conservative Elephant Seals Suffer
Rebecca Heisman Hakai Magazine
Annual Meeting

27-Sep-2017
Hatch, Lee propose removing “intrastate” species from Endangered Species Act amid prairie dog battle
David DeMille The Spectrum
Issues in EcologyESA press release

26-Sep-2017
Live-action penguin hunter videos show new squishy cuisine
Michael Franco New Atlas
FrontiersESA press release

26-Sep-2017
WATCH: Cameras Catch Penguins Eating Jellyfish, Other Gelatinous Organisms
Himanshu Goenka International Business Times
FrontiersESA press release

26-Sep-2017
6,000 pounds of rotting pig carcasses can teach you a lot about nature
Katherine Ellen Foley Quartz
Annual Meeting

26-Sep-2017
Penguin-cams catch birds snacking on unusual prey
Amanda Kooser cnet
FrontiersESA press release

25-Sep-2017
Penguin-cams capture the birds feasting on JELLYFISH in ‘unexpected’ discovery
Cheyenne Macdonald Daily Mail
FrontiersESA press release

22-Sep-2017
How a 3-Ton Mess of Dead Pigs Transformed This Landscape
Christie Wilcox National Geographic 
Annual Meeting

20-Sep-2017
Springtime Now Arrives Earlier for Birds
Julia Rosen Scientific American
Annual Meeting

15-Sep-2017
Penguins caught feasting on an unexpected prey
Christie Wilcox National Geographic
Frontiers

15-Sep-2017
There are hardly any old fish left in the ocean – and that’s bad
Michael Tennesen New Scientist
Annual Meeting

12-Sep-2017
Study finds wolves remain successful hunters near tailings, open-pit mines
Vincent McDermott Fort McMurray Today
EcosphereUniversity of Alberta press release

5-Sep-2017
Wolves remain successful hunters amid tailings ponds and oilsands mines
CBC News
EcosphereUniversity of Alberta press release

31-Aug-2017
Can Snowshoe Hares Adapt to Climate Change?
Rebecca Heisman Sierra Magazine
Annual Meeting

31-Aug-2017
Plant-eating fish can protect coral reefs
Deborah Sullivan Brennan San Diego Union Tribune
EcosphereScripps Institution of Oceanography press release

30-Aug-2017
Pikas are disappearing from California’s Sierra Nevada mountains
Carl Engelking Discover D-brief
FrontiersESA press release

23-Aug-2017
Roadside trees trap asthma-inducing pollutants
Barbra Rodriguez Science Magazine
Annual Meeting

22-Aug-2017
Will only the flexible survive? Researchers are identifying the West’s wildlife that can best cope with climate change
Maya Kapoor High Country News
FrontiersESA press release

16-Aug-2017
El Niño ingigantisce le emissioni di anidride carbonica
Gabriel Popkin La Scienze
Annual Meeting

10-Aug-2017
The American pika: A case study in wildlife acclimating to climate change
Mike Gaworecki  Mongabay 
FrontiersESA press release

10-Aug-2017
Massive El Niño sent greenhouse-gas emissions soaring
Gabriel Popkin Nature
Annual Meeting

3-Aug-2017
Fuzzy Pikas Adapt to Climate Change at Different Rates
Adam Aton ClimateWire/ Scientifica America
FrontiersESA press release

29-Jul-2017
New study: Mountain forests store carbon better than flatland forests
Mikayla Mace Arizona Daily Star
EcosphereUniversity of Arizona press release

17-Jul-2017
UOG biology major conducts research at Harvard
The Guam Daily Post
SEEDS

11-Jul-2017
UC Merced Research Suggests Meadows In The Sierra Nevada Are Disappearing
Ezra Romero KVPR Valley Public Radio
Ecological ApplicationsUC Merced press release

7-Jul-2017
Seabirds in the UK and Ireland now have to scour an area THREE TIMES the size of Spain in order to find food as wind farms and humans are blamed for their desperate plight
Tim Collins Daily Mail
Ecological ApplicationsRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds press release

7-Jul-2017
UK and Irish seabirds search area size of Spain for food
New Scientist
Ecological ApplicationsRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds press release

7-Jul-2017
Satellite-tracking study gives new insights into where seabirds find food
Irish Examiner
Ecological ApplicationsRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds press release

7-Jul-2017
Seabirds fitted with GPS lead scientists to feeding ‘hotspots’
Gurpreet Narwan The Times
Ecological ApplicationsRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds press release

2-Jul-2017
Scientist says hatchery strays could threaten wild fish populations
Kelsey Lindsey Alaska Dispatch News
Ecosphere press release

27-Jun-2017
Universities Are Getting a Lesson in the Value of Early Training to Apply for Grants
Paul Basken The Chronicale of Higher Education
Letter

23-Jun-2017
Bears, their hair and their fishy fare: Study gives new insight into grizzlies’ salmon diets
Ivan Semeniuk The Globe and Mail
EcosphereRaincoast Conservation Foundation press release

23-Jun-2017
Mendocino College faculty member visits Capitol Hill
Daily Journal Lifestyle (reprint Mendocino College)
BESC Hill Day

22-Jun-2017
New study maps out salmon hotspots across B.C. for bears
CBS News
EcosphereRaincoast Conservation Foundation press release

19-Jun-2017
Accidentally Made Urban Wetlands May Benefit Your Backyard
Trani Olivia Inside Science
Frontiers

18-Jun-2017
The case of the leaning pine tree: A natural history mystery unfolds on the Central Coast
Robin Abcarian LA Times
Ecology

14-Jun-2017
This Network Of Indigenous People Is Reporting From The Front Lines Of Climate Change
Eillie Anzilotti Fast Company
FrontiersESA press release

12-Jun-2017
These Hungry Goats Learned to Branch Out
Nicholas Bakalar The New York Times
FrontiersESA press release

9-Jun-2017
Ecologists protest sudden end of NSF dissertation grants
Jeffrey Mervis Science Insider
Letter

9-Jun-2017
Cook Pine Mystery: Why do all people lean in the same direction?
Ruben Rodriguez El Confidencial
Ecology

9-Jun-2017
Puzzling slant
Hanno Charisius Basler Zeitung
Ecology

9-Jun-2017
These Trees Know Where They Are on the Planet
Arden Dier Newser
Ecology

9-Jun-2017
Puzzling slant
Hanno Charisius Tages Anzeiger
Ecology

9-Jun-2017
Este árbol se inclina siempre en la misma dirección
Frontera.Info (reprint La Bioguia)
Ecology

8-Jun-2017
Don’t Drain That Swamp! Accidental Wetlands Are Good for Cities
Elizabeth Preston Discover Magazine- blogs
Frontiers

8-Jun-2017
The pines tower of Pisa always hanging toward the equator
Greenreport.it
Ecology

8-Jun-2017
¿Por qué este árbol se inclina siempre, pero en distinta dirección?
Esteban Flores La Bioguia
Ecology

8-Jun-2017
These trees always lean toward the equator
Yahoo News (reprint CBC News)
Ecology

8-Jun-2017
These trees always lean toward the equator
Sherry Noik CBC News (Edmonton)
Ecology

7-Jun-2017

Giacomo Talignani Repubblica.it
Ecology

6-Jun-2017
The mystery of Cook Pine: why do they lean in the same direction?
Ruben Rodriguez MSN
Ecology

6-Jun-2017
These Pine Trees Always Point Toward the Equator, But Why?
Nathaniel Scharping Discover D-brief
Ecology

5-Jun-2017
Nadie sabe por qué estos árboles nativos del trópico se inclinan hacia su hogar cuando crecen en otras latitudes
Carlos Zahumenszky Gizmodo
Ecology

5-Jun-2017
Why Do The Strange Cook Pine Trees Lean Toward The Equator? Study Reveals
Hannah Elaine Science World Report
Ecology

5-Jun-2017
Mystery of why Cook pine trees can’t grow straight is finally solved: The plants ALWAYS lean towards the equator because they get more sun
Phoebe Weston Daily Mail
Ecology

5-Jun-2017
Scientists Just Solved The Strange Case of Pine Trees That Always Lean Towards The Equator
Signe Dean Science Alert
Ecology

2-Jun-2017
The strange Cook pine trees that always lean towards the equator
Richa Malhotra New Scientist
Ecology

2-Jun-2017
These weird pine trees always lean towards the equator
Bryan Nelson Mother Nature Network
Ecology

31-May-2017
Tree-Climbing Goats Help Disperse Argan Seeds in Morocco By Spitting Them Out
Allan Adamson Tech Times
FrontiersESA press release

31-May-2017
Au Maroc, les chèvres perchées dispersent les graines des arbres en les crachant
Anne-Sophie Tassart Sciences et Avenir
FrontiersESA press release

31-May-2017
Tree-Climbing Goats Keep the ‘Desert Gold’ Growing
Mark Barna Discover Magazine D-brief
FrontiersESA press release

31-May-2017
Do Tree-Climbing Goats Help Plant New Trees?
Marc Silver NPR Goats and Soda
FrontiersESA press release

30-May-2017
Tree-climbing, seed-spitting goats aid farming in Morocco
Yahoo New (Reprint Sky News)
FrontiersESA press release

30-May-2017
Newly-Evolved Microbes Could Be Eating 90% of Ocean Plastic
Chelsea Gohd Futurism
FrontiersUniversity of Exeter press release

30-May-2017
The Endangered Species Act won’t save animals. It’s not designed to.
Sarah Gold Slate
Issues in EcologyESA press release

30-May-2017
The Endangered Species Act is often too little too late, but it’s all we’ve got
Sarah Gold Grist
Issues in EcologyESA press release

28-May-2017
Las cabras trepadoras dispersan las semillas de los árboles escupiendo
Agencia Sinc
FrontiersESA press release

26-May-2017
Tree-Climbing Goats Scatter Seeds By Spitting
Forbes
FrontiersESA press release

26-May-2017
These tree-climbing goats disperse seeds by spitting instead of pooping them out, study says
Alessandra Potenza The Verge
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
Scientists: argan reproduce using goats
Gazeta
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
These tree-climbing goats spread seeds by spitting
Mary Beth Griggs Popular Science
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
Tree-climbing goats spit out and disperse valuable argan seeds
Elizabeth Preston New Scientist
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
Tree-climbing Goats Disperse Seeds by Spitting
Science Newsline
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
The amazinf ree-climbing goats that help farmers disperse seeds by spitting them on the ground
Phoebe Weston Daily Mail
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
Ptooey! Tree-Climbing Goats Spread Seeds by Spitting
Stephanie Pappas Live Science
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
These tree-climbing goats spread seeds by spitting
Mary Beth Griggs Popular Science
FrontiersESA press release

25-May-2017
Newly-evolved microbes may be breaking down ocean plastics
Michael Le Page New Scientist
FrontiersUniversity of Exeter press release

24-May-2017
Tree-climbing goats disperse seeds by spitting (press release reprint)
Environmental News Network
FrontiersESA press release

19-May-2017
Century-long glacier study may help us crack climate change
Craig Welch National Geographic
Ecology

19-May-2017
CWD concerns persist
John Maday The Cattle Site
Ecosphere

15-May-2017
New study refutes research about Sierra Nevada forest
Xinhua Xinhua Net
Ecological Applications

11-May-2017
La libellule qui fait la morte plutôt que l’amour
Pierre Barthélémy Le Mond
Ecology

10-May-2017
Ecologists Find That Sierra Nevada Forest Has Higher Tree Density Than Previously Studied
Zen Menahem Seattle Times
Ecological ApplicationsUC Berkeley press release

8-May-2017
ECSU dean works to include all in studying environment
Ryan Blessing Nowich Bulletin (Eastern Connecticut)
ESA FellowsESA/ Eastern Connecticut State University press release

6-May-2017
What if the Predator Free 2050 plan is actually a terrible idea?
Jamie Steer The Spinoff (New Zealand)
ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

4-May-2017
Indigenous peoples, forest conservation and climate change: a decade of engagement
Kennan Rapp World Bank Blog
Ecosphere

3-May-2017
How Scientists And Indigenous Groups Can Team Up to Protect Forests and Climate
Gabriel Popkin Smithsonian
Ecosphere

3-May-2017
Zo gaan libellen om met ongewenste mannelijke aandacht
De Standaard
Ecology

1-May-2017
Female dragonflies play dead to get rid of aggressive males
Lauren Tousignant New York Post
Ecology

1-May-2017
Female Dragonflies Play Dead to Escape Stalking Males
Richa Malhotra LiveScience
Ecology

1-May-2017
Why Female Dragonflies Go to Extreme Lengths to Avoid Sex
Sandhya Sekar National Geographic
Ecology

30-Apr-2017
Female dragonflies play dead to avoid amorous males
Shelby Lin Erdman Cox Media Group
Ecology

30-Apr-2017
Female Dragonflies Fake Death To Avoid Sexual Harassment
Luan Chan Tech Times
Ecology

30-Apr-2017
Female dragonflies fake death to avoid men
Bryan Nelson Mother Nature Network
Ecology

29-Apr-2017
Females in This Dragonfly Species Play Dead to Shake Off Persistent Suitors
Mike Mcrae Science Alert
Ecology

29-Apr-2017
What To Do If You Are Approached By Sexually Aggressive Males, According To Science
Cynthia Than Inc.
Ecology

28-Apr-2017
Female dragonflies fake death to avoid males harassing them for sex
Hannah Osborne Newsweek
Ecology

28-Apr-2017
Greenhouse gas effect caused by mangrove forest conversion is quite significant
Chris Branam Environmental Research Web
Frontiers

28-Apr-2017
Some Female Dragonflies Fake Death To Avoid Males
Hilary Hanson Huffington Post
Ecology

28-Apr-2017
Some Female Dragonflies Fake Their Death To Avoid Unwanted Advances From Male Dragonflies, And Honestly, Same
Claire Warner Bustle
Ecology

28-Apr-2017
Extremely Relatable Dragonfly Fakes Her Death to Deter Horny Males
Maddie Stone Gizmodo
Ecology

28-Apr-2017
Female dragonflies play dead to keep horny males away
International Business Times
Ecology

27-Apr-2017
‘Vrouwelijke libellen zetten soms eigen dood in scène’ 
NU.nl
Ecology

27-Apr-2017
Some Female Dragonflies Pretend to Be Dead to Avoid Male Dragonflies
Aimée Lutkin Jezebel
Ecology

27-Apr-2017
Female dragonflies fake sudden death to avoid male advances
Sandrine Ceurstemont New Scientist
Ecology

27-Apr-2017
The jumbo carbon footprint of shrimp
Kate Evans Eco-Business
Frontiers

16-Apr-2017
More severe wildfires changing NW landscape (press release reprint)
KTVZ Channel 21 News (central Oregon)
EcosphereOregon State University press release

15-Apr-2017
Think Too Much: Making the case for science
Mike McInally Corvallis Gazette-times
Frontiers

12-Apr-2017
Rarehoneycreepers fighting decline
Ivy Ashe West Hawaii Today
Ecological MonographsUSGS press release

11-Apr-2017
How mangrove forest conversion is killing Earth
Yahoo News (repirnt ANI)
Frontiers

11-Apr-2017
How mangrove forest conversion is killing Earth
ANI
Frontiers

11-Apr-2017
Scientists Evaluate Ways to Save Hawaiian Honeycreeper (press release reprint)
Maui Now
Ecological MonographsUSGS press release

11-Apr-2017
Who’s Peeing in the Global Pool?
Elizabeth Preston The Atlantic
Ecology

10-Apr-2017
Land titling for indigenous communities leads to forest protection, peer-reviewed study finds
Mike Gaworecki Mongabay
Ecosphere

8-Apr-2017
Big-game jitters: Coyotes no match for wolves’ hunting prowess (press release reprint)
Scott Schrage High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Nebraska press release

7-Apr-2017
Oxford trail dedication will be memorial to longtime conservationist
Bob Ratterman Hamilton Journal-News
ESA membership

3-Apr-2017
A Survey of the “War on Wildlife”: How Conflict Affects Conservation
Bethany Bella New Security Beat
FrontiersUC Berkeley press release

2-Apr-2017
Polar bears may not survive with land-based food
Catherine Griffin Science World Report
FrontiersUSGS press release

30-Mar-2017
Study: Livestock grazing can benefit struggling bird species
Watertown Public Opinion
Ecological ApplicationsUSGS press release

28-Mar-2017
New study provides a blueprint for engaging indigenous peoples in REDD+ forest monitoring
Mike Gaworecki Mongabay
Ecosphere

28-Mar-2017
Livestock Grazing Effects on Sage-grouse (press release reprint)
The Cattle Site
Ecological ApplicationsUSGS press release

27-Mar-2017
Livestock Grazing May Boost Declining Sage Grouse Population
Antonio Manaytay Tech Times
Ecological ApplicationsUSGS press release

27-Mar-2017
News West daily roundup for Mar. 27, 2017
Sean Reichard Newswest
Ecological ApplicationsUSGS press release

27-Mar-2017
Kojoten können Wölfe nicht ersetzen
Der Standard (Austria)
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln press release

26-Mar-2017
Study: Livestock grazing can benefit struggling bird species
Matthew Brown AP/ Billings Gazette (syndicated)
Ecological ApplicationsUSGS press release

24-Mar-2017
People and honors: March 26 (Colleen Iversen)
Knoxville News Sentinel
ESA FellowsESA press release

22-Mar-2017
Chaos theory may help predict red tides
Gabriel Popkin Inside Science
EcologyUC San Diego (Scripps) press release

19-Mar-2017
Battling the ash borer: A look at the plan to contain invader ravaging Berkshire trees
Dick Lindsay The Berkshire Eagle
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

14-Mar-2017
Southern California: Why do red tides happen?
Martha Henriques International Business Times
EcologyUC San Diego (Scripps) press release

3-Mar-2017
Clean Water Rule: Seven Scientific Organizations Endorse Brief Co-Authored by Stetson University’s Biodiversity Institute
Digital Journal
Policy letter

3-Mar-2017
Former EPA scientists stunned by proposed cuts
Chris Mooney Boston Globe (reprint Washington Post)
Policy letter

2-Mar-2017
Wetlands scientists defend WOTUS with letter, brief
Ariel Wittenberg E&E News/ Greenwire
Policy letter

2-Mar-2017
Wetlands scientists speak out against Trump’s move to undo water rule
Ariel Wittenberg Science Magazine (reprint E&E News)
Policy letter

2-Mar-2017
Former EPA scientists to Trump: ‘Evidence does not change when the administration changes’
Chris Mooney The Washington Post
Policy letter

2-Mar-2017
Europese Commissie heeft zorg over aardappelmot
Boerderij (Netherlands Ag journal)
Ecological ApplicationsCornell University press release

28-Feb-2017
COMMENTARY: Take action to protect animals: Install good fences and be mindful of pets
Susan Riemer Vashion-Maury Island Beachcomber
FrontiersCenter for Biological Diversity press release

23-Feb-2017
Predator poop key to repopulating plant populations
Claire Theobald Edmondton Sun
EcosphereUniversity of Alberta press release

23-Feb-2017
Scat secrets: Edmonton study explores role of predator poop in spreading plant seeds
Wallis Snowdon Yahoo News (reprint CBC News)
EcosphereUniversity of Alberta press release

23-Feb-2017
Spring arrives weeks early across the southern US
Hudson Lockett Financial Times
EcosphereUSGS press release

23-Feb-2017
Scat secrets: Edmonton study explores role of predator poop in spreading plant seeds
Wallis Snowdon CBC News (Edmonton)
EcosphereUniversity of Alberta press release

15-Feb-2017
Forests along the Front Range may struggle to return after fires
J. Adrian Stanley Colorado Springs Independent
EcosphereColorado State University press release

11-Feb-2017
Global warming hampers post-fire forest regrowth in Colorado
Summit County Citizens Voice
EcosphereColorado State University press release

9-Feb-2017
California’s lost trees
Alastair Bland Sacramento News & Review
EcosphereUC Davis press release

3-Feb-2017
Wetlands Can Help Fight Climate Change
Brittany Patterson Scientific American
Frontiers

2-Feb-2017
Mangroves and marshes key in the climate change battle
IUCN Huffington Post
Frontiers

2-Feb-2017
Don’t drain the swamp! Why wetlands are so important
Kachur Torah CBC News
Frontiers

1-Feb-2017
Study: Restoring Wetlands Could Help Fix Climate Change
Kevin Enochs VOA News
Frontiers

27-Jan-2017
Uh oh. Studies find little U.S. money to study ecological impacts of chemicals
Lindsey Konkel Science Magazine
FrontiersCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Duke University press release

12-Jan-2017
New study analyzes biggest threats to Southeast Asian biodiversity
Mike Gaworecki Mongabay
Ecosphere

22-Dec-2016
Bitumen from the oilsands could impact marine ecosystems in 15 ways, scientists say.
Bryson Masse Vice
FrontiersStanford University press release

20-Dec-2016
Scientists just found 15 ways Alberta’s oilsands sector can alter oceans
Mike De Souza National Observer (Canada)
FrontiersStanford University press release

5-Dec-2016
Bombs aren’t wildlife’s biggest threat in a war
Brett Israel-Berkeley Furturity
FrontiersUC Berkeley press release

30-Nov-2016
Scientific evidence hard to find after Trudeau approved pipelines
Mike De Souza National Observer (Canada)
Frontiers

30-Nov-2016
This life on a dead coral reef
John R. Platt Hakai Magazine
Ecosphere

22-Nov-2016
Peer review ‘heroes’ do lion’s share of the work
Brigitte Osterath Nature
Bulletin

8-Nov-2016
Certaines grenouilles pourraient devenir herbivores à cause du réchauffement climatique
Anne-Sophie Tassart Sciences et Avenir
EcologyPlataforma SINC; Uppsala Universitet press release

7-Nov-2016
Climate Change Can Turn Frogs Vegetarian
Jaimee Bruce Nature World News
EcologyPlataforma SINC; Uppsala Universitet press release

7-Nov-2016
Snakes defend themselves with shape-shifting eyes
Elizabeth Preston Discover Inkfish Blog
Frontiers

4-Nov-2016
Brazil’s invasive pigs are bad enough. But now, they’re feeding rabid vampire bats
Chelsea Harvey Washington Post
Frontiers

3-Nov-2016
Tadpoles Prefer Vegetarian Meals During Heat Waves
Mindy Weisberger LiveScience (republished on Yahoo News)
EcologyPlataforma SINC; Uppsala Universitet press release

27-Oct-2016
Do Predator Culls Really Save Livestock?
S.E. Smith Care2.com
FrontiersCenter for Biological Diversity press release

26-Oct-2016
This Snake’s Eyes Can Mimic the Pupils of a Viper to Look Scarier
Antony Joseph Labroots
Frontiers

26-Oct-2016
Study finds protected forests on public land burn less than severely logged areas (press release reprint)
Silver City Sun-News
EcosphereCenter for Biological Diversity press release

21-Oct-2016
Commentary: We all depend on nature
Bob Bryant Greenville Online
Issues in Ecology

13-Oct-2016
The Haunting Sound Of Climate Change Over 100 Years
Dominique Mosbergen Huffington Post
Ecosphere

11-Oct-2016
Hurricane Sandy-level flooding is rising so sharply that it could become normal
Oliver Milman The Guardian
EcosphereUS Department of the Interior / Forest Service press release

10-Oct-2016
Dung Beetles: how tough are these savanna insects?
Patrick Milligan National Geographic Voices
Ecosphere

7-Oct-2016
Earlier Springs Disrupting Ecosystems At Many National Parks, Study Finds (reprint of press release)
National Geographic Traveler
EcosphereUS Department of the Interior / Forest Service press release

6-Oct-2016
Climate Change Is Causing Earlier Springs in National Parks
Becky Little National Geographic
EcosphereUS Department of the Interior / Forest Service press release

6-Oct-2016
7 Iconic Views at Risk from Climate Change
U.S. Department of the Interior blog
EcosphereUS Department of the Interior / Forest Service press release

6-Oct-2016
Quite a mouthful
Cosmos
FrontiersMurdock Universtiy press release

5-Oct-2016
Building a ‘Good’ Anthropocene From the Bottom Up
Andrew Revkin New York Times Dot Earth
Frontiers

23-Sep-2016
This music was composed by climate change
Erin Blakemore Smithsonian
Ecosphere

9-Sep-2016
Canadian Scientist Finds Volcanoes Gave Life to Baby Saguaro a Century Ago
Maya Springhawk Robnett KAWC Colorado River Public Media/ Arizona Public Radio
ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

7-Sep-2016
No proof that shooting predators saves livestock
Ben Goldfarb Science
FrontiersCenter for Biological Diversity press release

6-Sep-2016
The art of turning climate change science into musice
Brad Rassler Outside Magazine
Ecosphere

1-Sep-2016
Study Debunks Theory That Killing Predators Reduces Livestock Losses (press release reproduction)
Center for Biological Diversity KRWG TV/FM
FrontiersCenter for Biological Diversity press release

1-Sep-2016
The case for mass slaughter of predators just got weaker
Jani Actman National Geographic
FrontiersCenter for Biological Diversity press release

21-Aug-2016
Waarom drones nuttig zijn: van natuurbescherming tot medicijnlevering
Lisa Dupuy National Geographic Nederland/Belgie
Frontiers/ ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

12-Aug-2016
Junk food fight: Science tests how birds compete for Cheetos
Seth Borenstein Associated Press
ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

5-Aug-2016
Fireball-Dropping Drones May Be the Answer to Managing Wildfires
Ada Carr The Weather Channel
Frontiers/ ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

5-Aug-2016
Megafires Could Threaten California Spotted Owl
Amy Quinton Capital Public Radio (Sacramento)
FrontiersUniversity of Wisconsin – Madison press release

4-Aug-2016
Drones Shoot Fireballs to Help Control Wildfires
Laura Parker National Geographic
Frontiers/ ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

3-Aug-2016
Fighting Wildfire With Fire — With Drones
Evan Thomas ABC Newsy online syndication
Frontiers/ ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

2-Aug-2016
Scientists can now use fiery drones to light controlled burns (syndicated from Popular Science)
Coby McDonald Business Insider
Frontiers/ ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

2-Aug-2016
Drones drop fire balls to ignite extreme controlled burns
Coby McDonald Popular Science
Frontiers/ ESA2016 Annual MeetingESA press release

23-Jun-2016
Mysterious great white shark attacks on sea otters surge
Craig Welch National Geographic
FrontiersESA press release

1-Jun-2016
Chemistry shows how snowpack helps spruce trees fight off beetle infestations
Yereth Rosen Alaska Dispatch News
Ecological Applications

12-May-2016
Invasive pests No. 1 threat to WNC forests
Karen Chavez Ashville Citizen-Times
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

12-May-2016
The ‘sonic net’ that could be the humane solution to preventing bird strikes at aiports
Qin Xie Daily Mail
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Exeter press release

10-May-2016
Researchers seek ban on pest-carrying imported plants
Marc Heller E&E News/ Greenwire
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
PA Second Only To NY In Number Of Invasive Forest Pest Species
Liz Reid WESA 90.5FM (Pittsburgh’s NPR News Station)
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
Forest pests cause $2 billion in damage in the US every year
Mary Beth Griggs Popular Science
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
The ‘slow motion crisis’ that’s facing U.S. forests
Chris Mooney Chicago Tribune (Washington post syndication)
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
Study: Invasive Insect Fight Costs $2 Billion A Year
Grace Hood Colorado Public Radio
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
What It Would Take to Stop Invasive Pests From Destroying Millions of U.S. Trees
Julian Spector The Atlantic City Lab
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
Damage from invasive forest pests as high as $2b a year, study finds
David Abel Boston Globe
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
More forest pests than ever are entering the U.S., and it’s costing the public a fortune
Christina Procopiou Newsweek
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

10-May-2016
Invasive insects are ravaging U.S. forests, and it’s costing us billions
Chris Mooney The Washington Post
Ecological ApplicationsCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Harvard Forest press release

9-May-2016
Sonic net may stop bird and plane collisions
Sky News Australia
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Exeter press release

6-May-2016
Sonic net around airfields ‘could save lives and billions of pounds’
Jamie Bullen Evening Standard
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Exeter press release

2-May-2016
Hungry Polar Bears Decimating Seabird Colonies
Kieran Mulvaney Live Science
FrontiersUSGS press release

26-Apr-2016
30 years after Chernobyl disaster, camera study captures a wildlife wonderland (syndicated)
Karin Brulliard The Washington Post
FrontiersUniverisity of Georgia press release

22-Apr-2016
Remote Cameras Show Wildlife Thriving in Chernobyl’s Radioactive Landscape
Anna Norris The Weather Channel
FrontiersUniverisity of Georgia press release

22-Apr-2016
Kemp’s ridley sea turtles may face higher hurdle to recovery
David Sikes Corpus Christi Caller Times
EcosphereUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham press release

21-Apr-2016
Is wildlife thriving in Chernobyl’s radioactive landscape?
Ben Thompson Christian Science Monitor
FrontiersUniverisity of Georgia press release

20-Apr-2016
As the planet warms, how do we decide when a plant is native?
Janet Marinelli Guardian/ Yale Environment 360
Frontiers

19-Apr-2016
Photos show wildlife thrives near Chernobyl nuclear disaster site
Douglas Main Newsweek
FrontiersUniverisity of Georgia press release

19-Apr-2016
Wildlife ‘Abundant’ in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
Voice of America
FrontiersUniverisity of Georgia press release

18-Apr-2016
Animals Rule Chernobyl 30 Years After Nuclear Disaster
John Wendle National Geographic
FrontiersUniverisity of Georgia press release

16-Apr-2016
Sonic scarecrow: a new way to shoo birds away from airports
The Economist
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Exeter press release

11-Apr-2016
Acoustic scarecrows: non-lethal way to reduce bird strikes?
GrrlScientist Forbes
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Exeter press release

5-Apr-2016
Ventajas e inconvenientes de los muladares
ABC
FrontiersConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) press release

1-Apr-2016
How Bad Is Ocean Garbage, Really?
Elizabeth Preston The Atlantic
Ecology

31-Mar-2016
Surf’s up for wildlife
Jonny Armstrong National Geographic/ Society for Conservation Biology
Ecology

17-Mar-2016
Can bats be protected from wind turbines?
Lucy Schouten Christian Science Monitor
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Maryland press release

18-Jan-2016
Diverse Weather Conditions Make Lizards More Tolerant to Effects Of Climate Change
Katherine Derla Tech Times
Ecological MonographsJames Cook University press release

5-Nov-2015
Sonic net’ could reduce bird-plane collisions
Conservation Magazine
Ecological ApplicationsUniversity of Exeter press release

18-Sep-2015
Svalbard: Shocking picture shows emaciated polar bear ‘doomed to death’
Hannah Osborne International Business Times
FrontiersUSGS press release

9-Sep-2015
A single shade of grey
Taylor Paul Surfing Magazine
FrontiersESA press release

26-Jul-2015
Madártojásra fanyalodnak a jegesmedvék
hirado.hu
FrontiersUSGS press release

8-Apr-2015
Climate change and polar bears: increasing hardship
Marc Montgomery Radio Canada International
FrontiersUSGS press release

2-Apr-2015
Polar Bears Unlikely To Survive On Low-Fat Terrestrial Diet: Study
Avaneesh Pandey International Business Times
FrontiersUSGS press release

2-Apr-2015
Climate Change and Polar Bears: Unlikely to Survive on Land-Based Food
Jenna Iacurci Nature World News
FrontiersUSGS press release

1-Apr-2015
Hunting on Land Can’t Help a Hungry Polar Bear
Becky Oskin Live Science
FrontiersUSGS press release

4-Dec-2014
How diseases travel on the wings of birds
Tim Sandle Digital Journal
FrontiersESA press release