Newspaper Publications

In the San Jose Mercury News:

Otter populations reach a new high, but great white sharks keep their numbers at bay (also mentioned in the New York Times’ “California Today”)

Boulder Creek: Rain and resilience in one of state’s wettest towns

What’s killing bees? Young and old yearn to know

Big Sur’s lonely redwoods are key to saving the species threatened by climate change (Video and photographs)

San Jose: Robot revolutionizes knee replacement surgery (Video and story)

Stanford: 3-D rendering reveals secrets of bird flight (Video and story)

High tech straw for fast food treat (Video and story–also published in the Santa Cruz Sentinel and Monterey Herald)

At San Francisco’s Exploratorium, once-budding topic of cannabis goes mainstream (Video and story)

Highway 17: Beachside commuters’ winter of discontent

Highway 17 mudslide likely to keep roadway closed until Monday (in collaboration with Aylin Woodward)

California snowpack is almost double normal level (in collaboration with Aylin Woodward)

Study: Marijuana use increases risks of stroke, heart failure (in collaboration with Aylin Woodward)

What does Starbucks unicorn frappuccino actually taste like–and how many calories does it have? (Interviewee in video)

Don’t expect wild weather next year…yet

 

In the Monterey Herald:

Protecting the Big Sur redwoods: How is climate change a threat (also appeared in the Santa Cruz Sentinel, East Bay News, the San Jose Mercury News, UC Natural Reserve System, Stanford News Center, Stanford Woods and Stanford Energy, topix.com and savetheredwoods.org)

Monterey Bay marine algal bloom could threaten seabirds (also appeared in the Santa Cruz Sentinel and the San Jose Mercury News)

Soberanes fire increased landslide risk (also appeared in the Santa Cruz Sentinel and the San Jose Mercury News)

Pacific Grove: it’s time for the monarch count

Local harbor seal population appears down, but should rebound (also appeared in the Santa Cruz Sentinel)

Monterey girls computer science club looks to break coding barrier

Animal assisted therapy takes Monterey County by the reins

Carmel dune restoration project scheduled for Saturday

Pacific Grove lecture: Learning more about Ansel Adams, and “Group f.64”

World AIDS Day: CSUMB presentation emphasizes power of self confidence in preventing HIV

Ice rink returns to Custom House Plaza for holidays

Rabies warning in Pebble Beach

Frozen strawberries recalled linked to hepatitis A outbreak

Saudi oil company retirees celebrate reunion in Monterey

Carmel High graduate named to National Academy of Medicine

MBARI fellow receives grant to continue research on plastics and the oceans

Monterey County things go smoothly at local polling stations                                                        (in collaboration with Emma Hiolski)

First case of West Nile in Monterey County since 2012 reported

Some rain sprinkles Monday but October expected to be dry

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