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emLab In the News

2019

Climate change is depleting our essential fisheries Sarah Gibbens. National Geographic.
Climate Undermined by Lobbying Sonia Fernandez. UCSB Current.

2018

When Conservation Backfires Ed Yong. The Atlantic.
A Blue Paradox Sonia Fernandez. Environmental News Network.
Scarcity amid abundance in the Willamette River Basin Nathan Gilles. The Climate CIRCulator.
Industrial Fishing Occupies a Third of the Planet Sarah Gibbens. National Geographic.

2017

Cornered. Julie Cohen. UC Santa Barbara Current.
Can tourism trump tuna in Mexico? Kimbra Cutlip. Global Fishing Watch Blog.
Ocean Solutions: Reversing Overfishing University of California, Santa Barbara.

2016

Interview with Chris Costello: Environmental economist. Kimbra Cutlip. Global Fishing Watch Blog.
U.S. seafood import restriction presents opportunity and risk: Marine Mammal protections require increased global capacity. Williams. R., Burgess, M.G., Ashe, E., Gaines, S.D., Reeves, R.R.. Science Policy Forum.
New research offers much-needed hope for our oceans. Chris D'Angelo. Huffington Post: Science.
Interview with Dr. Costello. Global Fishing Watch Blog.
How our favorite fish could recover in a decade. Brian Clark Howard. National Geographic: News.

2015

Thinking outside the box on fisheries management? Thing again. Claire Christian . National Geographic: Ocean Voices.
Sperm whales have local dialects, new study shows David Lusseau. The Conversation.
Sperm whales' language reveals hints of culture. Jane J. Lee. National Geographic: New Science in Brief.
Can 'balanced harvesting' really save the oceans? Matt Burgess. Davos World Economic Forum Agenda .

2014

Psst. Wanna buy a whale? Erik Stokstad. Science Magazine.

2012