Sanford Lab in the News

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The PRESS DEMOCRAT - JULY 6, 2019

North Coast mussel die-off an alarming sign of warming world’s threat to marine life Read more…

 
 

The guardian - June 29, 2019

Temperatures lead to what appears to be largest local die-off in 15 years, raising fears for broader ecosystem. Read more…

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Bay Nature - June 26, 2019

California’s early June heat wave cooked coastal mussels in place. Read more…

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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE - June 17, 2019

How is climate change affecting oceans? Check the tide pools. Read more…

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WASHINGTON POST - April 17, 2019

Lost sea creatures wash up on California shores as ocean climate shifts. Read more…

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THE PRESS DEMOCRAT - MARCH 12, 2019

Ocean heat wave brought 67 rare, warm-water species to North Coast. Read more…

 
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KPCC RADIO, LOS ANGELES - MARCH 12, 2019

Eric Sanford is interviewed by Southern California Public Radio regarding marine heatwaves.

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LOS ANGELES TIMES - MARCH 12, 2019

Tropical jellyfish, eels and sea butterflies are pouring into California’s coast, thanks to a ‘warm-water blob’. Read more…

 

UC DAVIS - MARCH 12, 2019

Unprecedented number of warm-water species moved northward during marine heatwave. Read more…

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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE - MARCH 12, 2019

Species by the dozen moved north during marine heatwaves. Read more…

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UC Davis - January 7, 2019

Blending In: Ecology graduate student Grace Ha investigates camouflage in seagrass meadows. Read more…

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UC Davis - September 18, 2018

Discovering Curiosity: Eric Sanford discusses how marine science and sustainable fisheries go hand in hand. Read more…

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UC Davis - April 9, 2018

Sea Change: UC Davis Explores the Future of Ocean Acidification. Read more…

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NBC BAY AREA NEWS - April 26, 2017

Bay Area scientists saving abalone from the future. Watch video here…

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THE PRESS DEMOCRAT - April 26, 2017

A new study shows that the response by certain aquatic animals to warming ocean temperatures may make them more vulnerable to growing acidification, a secondary effect of climate change already measurable off the Sonoma Coast. Read more…

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UC DAVIS - April 18, 2017

Canary in the kelp forest: Sea creature dissolves in today’s warming, acidifying waters. Read more…