NCEAS in the News

A selection of recent media coverage of research by our working groups and resident scientists

Public Lands Grazing Helps Ranchers, Sage Grouse, Study Says
Oregon Public Broadcasting | October 3, 2018

A toolkit for data transparency takes shape
Nature | August 20, 2018

Can Aquaculture Survive Without Forage Fish?
Civil Eats | August 16, 2018

MPAs and ecosystem tipping points: What do managers need to know?
MPA News | July 31, 2018

We're Drowning in Plastic Trash. Jenna Jambeck Wants to Save Us
National Public Radio | July 24, 2018

How Penzance became Britain's first ever plastic-free town
The Guardian | July 18, 2018

Glass straws? Straw straws? Here are some eco-friendly alternatives to plastic
USA Today | May 23, 2018

The Future of Food: Fish Not Fowl Best For Planet, Scientists Say
Oceans Deeply | May 9, 2018

Cutting pollution in the Chesapeake Bay has helped underwater grasses rebound
The Conversation | March 5, 2018

Researchers Create First Map Showing Impact on Hawai‘i Reefs
Big Island Now | March 2, 2018

New Study Shows Flood Risks Across the U.S. are Underestimated (in a Big Way)
Cool Green Science | February 28, 2018

Coffee Beans Are Good for Birds, Fancy Brew or Not
New York Times | February 16, 2018

UAE scores top regionally in Ocean Health Index
The Gulf Today | January 29, 2018 

Four Reasons Why You Should Care about the Ocean in 2018
Amazon Web Services | January 29, 2018

Coca-Cola aims to recycle all of its packages by 2030
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | January 22, 2018

Seven charts that explain the plastic pollution problem
BBC | December 10, 2017

Experience or evidence: How do big conservation NGOs make decisions?
Mongabay | November 21, 2017

Can we end hunger and protect the forest in Africa?
Cool Green Science | November 7, 2017

Is biodiversity beneficial to human health? Maybe not.
Undark | October 30, 2017

Fish farms of the future
BBC | October 25, 2017

Aquaculture could feed the world and protect the planet - if we get it right
World Economic Forum | October 18, 2017

Boom and busted
bioGraphic | September 26, 2017

Andes dams could threaten food security for millions in Amazon Basin
Mongabay | September 19, 2017

How a tiny portion of the world’s oceans could help meet global seafood demand
The Conversation | September 5, 2017

To soften a hurricane's blow, don't drain the swamp
The Atlantic | September 2, 2017

Wetlands stopped $625 million in property damage during Hurricane Sandy. Can they help Houston?
PBS | August 31, 2017

Under pressure: the story behind China's ivory ban
The Guardian | August 29, 2017

How ocean aquaculture could feed the entire world - and save wild fish
News Deeply | August 16, 2017

Can we feed the world with farmed fish?
NPR | August 15, 2017

The dynamics of disease and poverty
University of Florida News | July 31, 2017

Plastic trash could top 13 billion tons by 2050. And recycling doesn't help much
Los Angeles Times | July 21, 2017

Humankind has created 9 billion tons of plastic - enough to cover Argentina
Forbes | July 20, 2017

There's literally a ton of plastic garbage for every person on Earth
The Washington Post | July 19, 2017

Earth is becoming 'Planet Plastic'
BBC | July 19, 2017

The immense, eternal footprint humanity leaves on Earth: Plastics
The New York Times | July 19, 2017

Crunch time: What big data reveals about ocean health
News Deeply | July 6, 2017

Data crunchers work to build comprehensive Alaska salmon database
KBBI | May 31, 2017

Ecologists are drowning in sea of data. These tools could help
Wired | May 27, 2017

Awash in sea of data, ecologists turn to open access tools
Quanta Magazine | May 24, 2017

Fracking is dangerous to your health - Here’s why
Forbes | February 23, 2017

Coexisting with wildfire
American Scientist | July 2016