MBARI and the media... 2001
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story: Unknown deep-sea squid recorded by
release: Seafloor laboratories yield new insights for deep-sea carbon sequestration research
Science Now, 12/14/01, "Going deep with CO2." by Robert Irion.
Contra Costa Times, 12/14/01, "Experts try to save ocean, cut down global warming." by Andrea Widener.
|12/3/01||Business Week, "Down in the dirt: Wonders beckon." by Paul Raeburn.|
|Dec 01||Discover Magazine cover story, "Expedition to the bottom of the deep blue sea." by Robert Kunzig.|
|11/26/01||The Dallas Morning News, "Secrets in the soil: New genetic technique lets researchers unearth myriad microbes that could yield new drugs." by Diana Steele.|
|11/20/01||The New York Times, "Plan calls for using oceans to soak up CO2; critics cite perils." by Kenneth Chang.|
|11/20/01||Tech Live cover story, "Probing the fault zone." by Bob Hirschfeld.|
|11/20/01||The Mid-County Post, "Exploring new worlds under the sea, Part II." by David Jay Brown.|
|11/8/01||Die Zeit, "Ab in den untergrund." by Hubertus Breuer.|
|11/17/01||Science News, "Sediments sink river's flow into sea." by Sid Perkins.|
|11/6/01||The Mid-County Post, "Exploring new worlds under the sea, Part I." by David Jay Brown.|
|Fall 01||Stanford Technology Brainstorm, "The collaboration between OTL and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute." by Daniel Weinstein.|
|Oct-Nov||National Wildlife, "Mysteries of the twilight zone." by Laura Tangley.|
|10/25/01||Coast Weekly, "Big Dave's legacy." by Jessica Lyons.|
|10/19/01||Small Times Media, "Micro-sized technology could play a role in $250 million undersea NEPTUNE project." by Rolf Boone.|
|10/15/01||The Scientist, "A genomic view of oceanic life." by Leslie Pray.|
|10/14/01||Earth and Sky, "Giant siphonophores."|
release: Researchers report on possible biological effects of deep-sea CO2 sequestration
The New York Times, 11/20/01, "Plan calls for using oceans to soak up CO2; critics cite perils." by Kenneth Chang.
Monterey County Herald, 10/14/01, "Carbon dioxide: Trouble for sea life." by Kathleen Wong.
|10/12/01||Our Ocean World, "Exhibit of jellies."|
|Oct 01||Worth Magazine, "Light skinned." by Sarah Bright.|
|Sep-Oct||Biophotonics International, "Energy-producing pigment may be common in oceanic bacteria." by Nancy Rowell.|
|Sep-Oct||Biophotonics International, "Toxic algae cannot hide from remote testing capsule." by Nancy Rowell.|
|9/18/01||Our Ocean World, "Lab in a bottle."|
|9/10/01||San Francisco Chronicle, "Threat of killer waves: Recent scientific studies show the power of tsunamis." by David Perlman.|
|9/5/01||Californian, "Scientists toast Zephyr." by Glenn Cravens.|
|Sep 01||Photonics Spectra, "Sensor remotely detects toxic algae." by Nancy Rowell.|
|Sep 01||Fast Company Magazine, "Where is the next frontier of innovation?" by Fara Warner.|
|8/16/01||Nature news feature, "To boldly go." by Mark Schrope.|
|8/16/01||Coast Weekly cover story, "Global warming: 96 degrees in the shade." by Traci Hukill.|
|8/16/01||BBC Radio, "Scientists under pressure." Presenter Bill McGuire.|
|8/11/01||Californian, "MBARI alliance reaping benefits." by Brian Gaylord.|
|8/6/01||NewsHour, "Seeking a CO2 solution: Burial at sea?" by Spencer Michels.|
|8/3/01||Science, Profile—Peter Brewer: "Fathoming the chemistry of the deep blue sea." by Robert Irion.|
|Aug 01||Discover Magazine, "Future tech: Greenhouse effect, R.I.P." by Neil Savage.|
|Aug 01||Discover Magazine, "The physics of deep-sea animals." by Robert Kunzig.|
|7/20/01||Seattle Post-Intelligencer, "Keck grant bolsters Neptune Project."|
News release: Scientists identify methane-consuming microbes from ocean depths
Global Warming Today, 7/25/01, "Researchers identify methane-eating microbes."
Oceansp@ce, 7/24/01, "Scientists identify methane-consuming microbes from ocean depths."
Netzeitung.com, 7/23/01, "Bakterien zersetzen Treibhausgas."
Science News Focus, 7/20/01, "Inconceivable bugs eat methane on the ocean floor." by Carl Zimmer.
Science Daily, 7/20/01, "Marine methane consumed by consortia of bacteria."
Globonews.com (Brazil), 7/19/01, "Cientistas identificam bactérias que consomem metano."
|7/15/01||Los Angeles Times cover story, "Pitting Yankee ingenuity against global warming." by Usha McFarling.|
|7/12/01||UCSC Science Communication Program, "Earth's anonymous inhabitants." by Aparna Sreenivasan.|
|7/11/01||The Californian, "Research center: In the tank." by Brian Gaylord.|
|July 01||DiscoverySchool.com, "Fishing for a home."|
|6/26/01||San Jose Mercury News Science & Health cover story, "Finding a safe place to stash carbon dioxide." by Greg Miller.|
|6/17/01||The New York Times cover story, "A new strategy to help capture greenhouse gas." by Kenneth Chang.|
News release: Scientists describe variation in oceanic bacterial photopigments that convert light into biochemical energy
Research article: Oded Béjà, E.N. Spudich, J.L. Spudich, M. Leclerc, and Edward F. DeLong. Proteorhodopsin phototrophy in the ocean. Nature, 14 June 2001, 411: 786-789.
Business Week, 12/3/01, "Down in the dirt: Wonders beckon." by Paul Raeburn.
The Dallas Morning News, 11/26/01, "Secrets in the soil: New genetic technique lets researchers unearth myriad microbes that could yield new drugs." by Diana Steele.
The Scientist, 10/15/01, "A genomic view of oceanic life." By Leslie Pray.
Worth Magazine, October 2001 issue, "Light skinned." by Sarah Bright.
Biophotonics International, Sep-Oct 2001, "Energy-producing pigment may be common in oceanic bacteria." by Nancy Rowell.
|6/8/01||News release: MBARI ROV Ventana completes 2,000 dives|
release: New instrument enables remote detection of toxic algae in real time
|June 01||Scientific American, "Piloting through uncharted seas." by John Adam.|
|Summer||California Wild, "Fire in Ice." By Kathleen Wong.|
|4/13/01||Science at NASA, "Life as we didn't know it."|
|4/10/01||Discovery.com News, "Geologists record undersea volcano." by Larry O'Hanlon.|
|4/6/01||Science Next Wave, "Careers in marine sciences." by Robert Metzke.|
|4/5/01||United Press International Science News, "Blue Planet: Global warming impacts." by Joe Grossman.|
|April 01||Fast Company Magazine, "The nuts and bolts of business." by Fara Warner.|
|3/19/01||Earth & Sky, daily science radio series, "Bioluminescence."|
|3/11/01||BBC World Service, Warm World II, "Greenhouse gas burial." Radio broadcast by Richard Black.|
|2/22/01||The Canberra Times, "Donor's delight at marine deal." by Simon Grose.|
|2/21/01||Monterey County Herald, "Reserves replenish sea life: Fish are found to bounce back well in protected environments." by Paul Recer, Associated Press.|
release: MBARI and Stanford form technology licensing alliance
Stanford Technology Brainstorm, Fall 2001, "The collaboration between OTL and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute." by Daniel Weinstein.
Californian, 8/11/01, "MBARI alliance reaping benefits." by Brian Gaylord.
Monterey County Herald, 2/11/01, "Area ocean researchers form alliance." by Aparna Sreenivasan.
|Feb 01||Civil Engineering News, "Tsunami threat mapped along Southern California coast." by Brian Fortner.|
|1/27/01||New Scientist, "Tales of the sea: The ecological roles of marine microbes have always been cloaked in obscurity, but now their genomes are spilling their secrets." by Mitchell Leslie.|
|1/6/01||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, "Carbon sunk in the ocean." Public radio interview with Peter Brewer. by Bob McDonald.|
|Popular Science, January 2001, The top 10 science stories of 2000, "Bacteria with batteries." by Dawn Stover.|
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