Press Coverage

MLML PRESS COVERAGE

For press or media inquiries please contact
Kathleen Donahue, Assistant to the Director
kdonahue@mlml.calstate.edu or phone (831) 771-4405

Recent Press Coverage

  • Dr. Ivano and Colleagues Describe the Evolution of an Epicontinental Sea into a Freshwater River

    Dr. Ivano and Colleagues Describe the Evolution of an Epicontinental Sea into a Freshwater River

    In the Journal of Marine Gegology, Dr. Ivano Aiello delivers a first-author publication entitled, "Climate, sea level and tectonic controls on sediment discharge from the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea during the Mid- to Late Pleistocene". In this study, sedimentological analysis of mainly siliciclastic slope sedimentation tells the evolutionary story …
  • Alumnae, Amanda Heidt, Article for Inside Science About Dr. Giacomo Bernardi’s Latest Research

    Alumnae, Amanda Heidt, Article for Inside Science About Dr. Giacomo Bernardi’s Latest Research

  • MLML & CSU- Northridge Collaborate on Two Recent Publications

    MLML & CSU- Northridge Collaborate on Two Recent Publications

    In less than a year's time, researchers from our SJSU/MLML campus have collaborated with Cal State Northridge (CSUN) scientists on the publication of two separate marine ecology studies. Both publications consider data collected from California MPA's, some of which have been monitored by research faculty member, Dr. Rick Starr and his …
  • MLML’s Director Quoted in Article About the California Condor’s Rebound

    MLML’s Director Quoted in Article About the California Condor’s Rebound

    In 1987 all remaining California condors (Gymnogyps californianus) in the wild were captured and placed into captive breeding programs. Since then, these condor populations have rebounded to over 400 individuals. To cover the 2019 story of this avian comeback, Hakai Magazine reached out to our director, Dr. Jim Harvey, for …
  • Director of CCWG, Ross Clark interviewed by The CSU’s ‘Newswise’

    Director of CCWG, Ross Clark interviewed by The CSU’s ‘Newswise’

    Ross Clark, director of SJSJ/MLML's Central Coast Wetlands Group (CCWG), talks with The CSU's Newswise about sea level rise and how these changes are predicted to affect California beaches. Mr. Clark further explains that there are much bigger impacts to consider such as the elimination of our estuaries, "[we] may lose …
  • CA Academy of Sciences Highlights 2 New Skate Species Described by Dr. Dave Ebert

    CA Academy of Sciences Highlights 2 New Skate Species Described by Dr. Dave Ebert

    In 2019, research faculty and director of the Pacific Shark Research Center, Dr. David Ebert, worked with colleagues to describe two new species of skates. As a research associate with the California Academy of Sciences (CAS), this work was highlighted in a recent press release from CAS which recognized 71 …
  • Dr. Tom Connolly Collaborates with MBARI on 3yr Time Series Study

    Dr. Tom Connolly Collaborates with MBARI on 3yr Time Series Study

    Dr. Tom Connolly collaborated with our neighbors at MBARI for a study published this year in the journal of Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. The research focuses on the hydrozoan medusa, Benthocodon pedunculatathe within the abyssal Northeast Pacific habitat. Part of this work observed currents from …
  • MPSL, mussels and shipwrecks, oh my!

    MPSL, mussels and shipwrecks, oh my!

    SJSU/MLML's Marine Pollution Studies Lab has analyzed mussels growing near shipwrecks that are now leaching trace metals. Originally, these ships were used roughly 90 years ago during the Prohibition to smuggle Canadian whiskey. For more on this history of the shipwrecks, read this article in San Luis Obispo Tribune.
  • The Monterey County Weekly Parties with CCFRP

    The Monterey County Weekly Parties with CCFRP

    Journalist heads out with CCFRP on a fishing party boat to collect data for MPA monitoring of rockfish populations. MLML alumna and currently the statewide coordinator, Jen Chiu, is quoted in the article along with current grad student, Bonnie Basnett. Faculty research member, Dr. Rick Starr, helped found California Collaborative Fisheries …
  • CSU news article features faculty members, Dr. Cheryl Logan & Dr. Scott Hamilton

    CSU news article features faculty members, Dr. Cheryl Logan & Dr. Scott Hamilton

    This year's MLML visiting scientist, Dr. Cheryl Logan of CSUMB, and faculty researcher, Dr. Scott Hamilton, are both featured in a 3-part news piece, Oceans 9-1-1, by the CSU System's news agency.  Their segment, "Breaking the (Seafood) Chain" also highlights MLML's aquaculture facility.