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In the News - August 2017

White sharks elude researchers in the Delaware Bay — Cape Gazette, August 1, 2017

Don't turn your back on the ocean, study confirms — Newsworks, August 1, 2017

Sen. Carper tours UD robotics lab, emphasizes Navy leadership — Delaware Public Media, August 9, 2017

Estella Atekwana — Diverse Education, August 9, 2017

Delaware is small target during hurricane season — Delaware State News, August 12, 2017

UD lab in Lewes home to cutting-edge robotics — Cape Gazette, August 15, 2017

Carper Flies Drone, Rides a Quadski at August Recess Lab Visit — rollcall.com, August 15, 2017

Rehoboth tour company exposes what’s under our noses — Cape Gazette, August 20, 2017

Samantha Joye and Wei-Jun Cai Elected 2017 AGU Fellows — Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative, August 22, 2017

Acid zone in Chesapeake Bay identified — phys.org, August 28, 2017

Keeping An Eye On Ocean Acidification In Chesapeake Bay — Water Online, August 29, 2017

Offshore wind power's pros and cons — Delaware Public Media, August 29, 2017

In the News - July 2017

In the News - June 2017

Battle over Costal Zone Act future begins — DelawareOnline, June 6, 2017

Small scale, big improvements — Phys.org, June 13, 2017 (Also published in Science Daily and Chemeurope.com)

The U.S. hit a wind and solar power milestone in March — Salon, June 15, 2017

Enlighten Me: UD scientists comb Delaware Bay for tiny bits of plastic — Delaware Public Media, June 16, 2017

Can Offshore Wind Power Revive U.S. Ports? — Scientific American, June 19, 2017

North Wildwood Beach Patrol Chief Attends Rip Current/Surf Zone Safety Workshop — Cape May County Herald, June 27, 2017

A look back at Delaware's oyster industry — Cape Gazette, June 27, 2017

Shortages of These Crucial Minerals Could Drive Up Prices of iPhones and Teslas — Fortune, June 29, 2017

Experts: Don't turn your back on the waves — Cape Gazette, June 30, 2017

Summer vacation? Teachers take jobs at the beach — Delmarva Now, June 30, 2017

States betting on giant batteries to cut carbon — Salon, June 30, 2017

In the News - May 2017

In the News - April 2017

UD research makes startling deep-sea discovery — DelawareOnline, April 4, 2017

Ozone, particulates taint air many days in Delaware — DelawareOnline, April 6, 2017

Scientists set baseline for emerging pollutants — Cape Gazette, April 6, 2017

Climate change is literally turning the Arctic ocean inside out — Washington Post, April 6, 2017

Two-Thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef Is Now Bleached, Scientists Say — Weather Channel, April 10, 2017

Report says Delaware ozone pollution remains at unhealthy levels — WDDE, April 10, 2017

Trump budget proposal dams up Sea Grant funding — The Review, April 11, 2017

Tourism industry preps for climate change, coastal storms — WDDE, April 13, 2017

Scientists just found a strange and worrying crack in one of Greenland’s biggest glaciers — Washington Post, April 14, 2017

Pres. Trump budget proposal would eliminate environmental research funding in Sussex County — Delaware 105.9FM, April 14, 2017

March for Science planned in Lewes April 22 — Cape Gazette, April 14, 2017

Trump budget puts science under attack — DelawareOnline, April 14, 2017

For shellfish enthusiasts, state aquaculture program brings triumph, concerns — WDDE, April 14, 2017

Greenland Glacier Rift Could Worsen Rising Sea Levels — Huffington Post, April 15, 2017

NASA captures first images of a 'worrying' new crack that has appeared on one of Greenland's largest glaciers — Daily Mail, April 17, 2017

AGU journal commentaries highlight importance of Earth and space science research —AGU Journal, April 20, 2017

Lewes rally to defend role of science — DelawareOnline, April 21, 2017

Weird, hairy microbes discovered on volcano soon after eruption — New Scientist, April 24, 2017

EarthRx: Is Green Technology Really Just a Red Herring? — Paste Magazine, April 24, 2017

A devastating eruption made thick, silvery 'Venus' hair' grow all over an underwater volcano — IBTimes, April 25, 2017

New satellite images reveal 'worrying' new crack that has appeared on one of Greenland's largest glaciers is spreading — Daily Mail, April 25, 2017

Sea Grant scientists brace for budget cuts — Cape Gazette, April 28, 2017

In the News - March 2017

Ocean acidification is spreading rapidly in Arctic Ocean in area and depth — Science 360 News, March 1, 2017

How much wind could the East Coast take if its power grid could take wind? — Ars Technica, March 2, 2017

New research suggests ocean acidfication is spreading in the Arctic — Delaware Public Media, March 8, 2017

Learning about, petting, even dissecting sharks at Seaport Museum — CBS Philly, March 10, 2017

Sunscreen may harm horseshoe crabs — DelawareOnline, March 13, 2017

Cuts could prove devastating to Coastal Sussex — Cape Gazette, March 13, 2017

Sunscreen could hurt horseshoe crabs — Greenwire, March 14, 2017

World’s first large-scale area of acidified water found in Arctic Ocean — Toronto Star Online, March 15, 2017

Minerals demand requires global approach — University of Queensland, March 16, 2017

3.6 Million More Penguins Live in Antarctica Than Thought — National Geographic, March 16, 2017

Trump budget proposal would cut deep in Delaware — DelawareOnline, March 16, 2017

Global governance system needed to address minerals demand: study — AustralianMining, March 16, 2017

Research team warns of mineral supply constraints as demand increases for green technologies — Phys.org, March 16, 2017

Trump's budget proposal worries Delaware researchers — WDDE, March 19, 2017

UD marine biology camp applications due April 7 — Cape Gazette, March 19, 2017

Farmers brace in face of changing climate — Cape Gazette, March 20, 2017

Call for international governance as demand for minerals for low-carbon technologies explodes — ABC Online, March 21, 2017

Water security in jeopardy — The Daily Sun, March 22, 2017

Large area of acidified water found in western Arctic Ocean — Canadian Press Online, March 23, 2017

 — Seeker, March 24, 2017

Enlighten Me: Delaware Sea Grant lands on Trump budget chopping block — WDDE, March 24, 2017

 — NBC10, March 28, 2017

TIDE camp gives students college, environmental experience — Cape Gazette, March 31, 2017

In the News - February 2017

Economic and environmental opportunities in Laurel — The Beacon, February 4, 2017

Why the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reflects Patriotism — National Geographic, February 7, 2017

Jim Falk: Slowing down after career along the coast — Cape Gazette, February 7, 2017

Darwin Day celebration set at UUSD Feb. 19 — Cape Gazette, February 8, 2017

Mapping out optimal housing areas for First State refugees — Delaware Public Media, February 13, 2017

 — ScienceDaily, February 15, 2017 (Also published in Phys.org)

Beyond the Lab: Danielle Dixson, Ph.D. — Moore.org, February 15, 2017

Understanding how marine organisms select a coral reef habitat — Moore.org, February 15, 2017

US grid can handle more offshore wind power, cutting pollution and power costs — ScienceDaily, February 21, 2017

Cost-Saving Offshore Wind Power At the U.S. Grid Will Replace Fossil Fuel Resources- Researchers Said — The Science Times, February 23, 2017

Researchers create website to inform lima bean growers of downy mildew risk — Phys.org, February 23, 2017

UD scientist on mission to save coral reefs — Delaware Online, February 23, 2017

Scientists just measured a rapid growth in acidity in the Arctic ocean, linked to climate change — Washington Post, February 27, 2017

International team reports ocean acidification spreading rapidly in Arctic Ocean — Phys.org, February 27, 2017

International research team reports ocean acidification spreading rapidly in Arctic Ocean in area and depth — Environmental News Network, February 27, 2017

International research team reports ocean acidification spreading rapidly in Arctic Ocean — Health Medicine Network, February 27, 2017 (Also published in Science Blog and  Waking Science)

Ocean acidification spreads rapidly in Arctic Ocean — Knowridge Science Report, February 28, 2017

Ocean acidification spreads rapidly in Arctic Ocean — ​Aussie News Network, February 28, 2017

In the News - January 2017

Delaware shellfish farmers frustrated by permit, lease delays — Delaware Online, January 4, 2017

After Nor'easter, UD students head to Broadkill for storm data —​ Delaware Public Media, January 31, 2017

In the News - 2016

January

Is there enough sand to go around? - Delawareonline, Jan. 30, 2016

Into the Blue: Students dive in with CCMI - Cayman 27TV, Jan. 29, 2016

Marine biologist rewrites science for children - Voice of America Radio Online, Jan. 27, 2-16

Snow slams state: forecasting challenging in Delmarva region - Delaware State News, Jan 22, 2016

Grid for renewables could slash emissions - Scientific American, Jan. 25, 2016

Blizzard watch declared for Delaware regions - WDEL, Jan. 22, 2016

Research shows dire future for Southwest forests - Nevada Public Radio, Jan. 21, 2016

Widespread death of evergreens predicted in American Southwest - Mongabay, Jan. 20, 2016

Little hope that Delaware snow forecast is a dud - Delawareonline, Jan. 21, 2016

UD researcher studies penguin turf war - Delawareonline, Jan. 14, 2016

Microclimates in Delaware: 25 degree difference at beach - Delawareonline, Jan. 13, 2016

Creating sustainable algae-based biofuels - United News of India, Jan. 12, 2016

Warmer waters cause overlap between Adelie and gentoo penguins in Antarctic - Nature World News, Jan. 11, 2016

Jargon is so handy, if you know what it means - The Globe and Mail, Jan. 11, 2016

How Adelie and gentoo penguins avoid food fights in Antarctica - IFLScience, Jan. 9, 2016

Enlighten me: Using children’s books to explain research - WDDE, Jan. 8, 2016

Penguins, food and robots - Science 360 News, Jan. 8, 2016

Reef fish avoid corals touched by seaweed - IFLScience, Jan. 7, 2016

Penguins, food and robots - ScienceCodex, Jan. 7, 2016

Reef Health and Butterflyfish: Picky Appetites Protect Fish From Corals Touched By Seaweed - Nature World News, Jan. 7, 2016

Wilmington’s warmest December on record - DelawareOnline, Jan. 4, 2016

February

Robots Help Scientists Understand Ocean Biodiversity -- R&D Magazine, Feb. 29, 2016

A bitter-sweet symphony -- Svalbardposten, Feb. 28, 2016

Lecture will reveal history of steatite artifacts in region -- Cecil Daily, Feb. 27, 2016

Arctic shipworm discovery alarms archaeologists -- Science, Feb. 26, 2016

Port of Wilmington seeks to remain a player as Delaware River shipping markets increase -- WDDE, Feb. 26, 2016

Researchers Probe Sand Tiger Sharks' Social Networks -- SFGate, Feb. 25, 2016

Here's How Autonomous Robots Can Improve Marine Research -- Gizmodo India, Feb. 25, 2016

Sand Sharks Have Involved Social Networks Like Some Mammals, Study Says -- Nature World News, Feb. 25, 2016

Researchers Probe Sand Tiger Sharks' Social Networks -- Inside Science, Feb. 25, 2016

This statistic shows why jet-stream wind power may be Bill Gates's energy miracle -- Tech Insider, Feb. 24, 2016

Sand Tiger Sharks Surprisingly Social in Open Ocean -- Discovery News, Feb. 24, 2016

Underwater Robots Can Be Programmed to Make Independent Decisions -- ECN, Feb. 24, 2016

Robots: autonomous deep-sea explorers and multi-terrain walkers -- E&T, Feb. 24, 2016

How autonomous robots can boost marine research -- Business Standard, Feb. 24, 2016

Underwater robot can make its own snap decisions --Gizmag, Feb. 24, 2016

Paper demonstrates autonomous underwater vehicles can be pre-programmed to make independent decisions -- Phys.org Feb. 23, 2016

Underwater robots can be programmed to make independent decisions -- ScienceCodex, Feb. 23, 2016

Even deadly sharks have 'social networks', scientists find -- The Telegraph, Feb. 23, 2016

Tiger Sharks Along East Coast Are More Social Than Once Thought -- Newsweek, Feb. 23, 2016

Underwater Robots Programmed to Make Independent Decisions -- Laboratory Equipment, Feb. 23, 2016

Sharks too may be social animals: study --Business Standard, Feb. 23, 2016

Sand Tiger sharks have complex social networks: study -- The Siasat Daily, Feb. 23, 2016

The Best College in Every State --Forbes, Feb 22. 2016

Mysterious Ocean Buzz Traced to Daily Fish Migration -- WDDE, Feb. 22, 2016

Scientists Reveal Sharks' Surprising Social Networks -- Marine Technology News, Feb. 22, 2016

How Should Climate Change Be Taught in High Schools? -- WXXI News, Feb. 22, 2016

Fish Tales -- The Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 21, 2016

Sturgeon tracking aims to protect endangered fish -- Delawareonline, Feb. 20, 2016

Whale-guided research reveals the oceans true biology -- Earth Times, Feb. 18, 2016

Ten Challenges to De-Carbonizing Our Energy Supply-- Huffington Post, Feb. 17, 2016

University of Delaware scientist may help put algae in your fuel tank --Delawareonline, Feb. 15, 2016

US research team visits town -- Berwick Advertiser, Feb. 14, 2016

Deception in oyster farming approval process -- Coastal Point, Feb. 12, 2016

Local scientists’ fishing forecast maps could help Atlantic sturgeon and other marine life -- WDDE, Feb. 10, 2016

Prolonged southwest drought could kill all trees in the region by 2100: study -- TechTimes, Feb. 8, 2016

UD research helps show where marine life travel -- Delmarva Now, Feb. 5, 2016

Environmentalists request change to Delaware’s beach replenishment practices -- Newsworks, Feb. 3, 2016 

UD robotics students map Severn River floor -- Cape Gazette, Feb. 1, 2016 

March

Report: U.S. Can Transition to 100% Renewable Energy --North American WindPower, March 31, 2016

How Low-Cost Can U.S. Offshore Wind Go? New Study Looks at the Power of Scale in Massachusetts --The Equation, March 31, 2016

Speakers named for Delaware Resiliency Summits April 6, 7 --Cape Gazette, March 29, 2016

Officials respond to Inland Bays residents' concerns by restricting areas for shellfish farming  --WDDE, March 24, 2016

Great Things Come Naturally: Laurel council endorses new community image --Sussex County Post, March 23, 2016

Offshore wind may finally take off with big projects, none named Cape Wind  --Boston Globe, March 23, 2016

Floating in the Arctic Darkness --The Atlantic, March 22, 2016

8MW / 4MWh Alevo Energy Storage System For Lewes, Delaware --Clean Technica, March 22, 2016

Wind energy could get cheaper with newer, bigger projects --The Boston Globe, March 18, 2016

UD study projects a major drop in wind farm costs in the next decade --WDDE, March 17, 2016

New York Offshore Wind Site's Capacity May Rival Nuclear Plant --Bloomberg Business, March 17, 2016

Alevo to convert Delaware oil generator site into first energy storage array --Business Green, March 17, 2016

Alevo to Deploy Largest Energy Storage System in Delaware --Business Wire, March 17, 2016

Large-Scale Built-Out Of Offshore Wind in MA Could Slash Costs in Half: Study --North American WindPower, March 16, 2016

Study prices out offshore wind --CommonWealth Magazine, March 15, 2016

U.S. Offshore Wind Cost May Drop 55% With Experience --Bloomberg Business, March 15, 2016

Report on Offshore Wind in Massachusetts Confirms Outlook for Market Driving Low Cost at Larger Scale to Power State's Clean Energy Future --AltEnergyMag, March 15, 2016

Delaware's rebuilt dunes did the job, but now are gone --New Orleans Public Radio, March 14, 2016

Delaware's rebuilt dunes did the job, but now are gone -- Marketplace: American Public Media, March 14, 2016 (Audio File)

Delaware's rebuilt dunes did the job, but now are gone -- Marketplace, March 14, 2016

Millsboro Middle students win at Sussex County science fair --Sussex Countian, March 14, 2016

Got rain? Delaware volunteers needed to collect data --Delawareonline, March 11, 2016

Women's Day Celebration to honor local women --Sussex Countian, March 10, 2016

Could anchors in Hyde Park affect Hudson sturgeon? --Poughkeepsie Journal, March 10, 2016

Water: Kent, Sussex residents dig deep for private wells --Dover Post, March 10, 2016

Mapping the Secret Lives of Sharks: New Study Reveals Fascinating 'Social' Patterns --Inquisitr, March 10, 2016

Cape May-Lewes Ferry provides vessel for research --Cape Gazette, March 9, 2016

This UD marine researcher is on the cutting edge of underwater robots --Technically Delaware, March 9, 2016

Restoring Delaware beaches: Costly, but necessary? -- Delaware State News, March 5, 2016

UD researcher programs robots to be better oceanographers -- WDDE, March 4, 2016

Leakages from Routine LNG Bunkering "Can Have Disproportionate Impact On Overall GHG Emissions" -- Ship & Bunker, March 3, 2016

Study focuses on how permafrost thawing affects vegetation, carbon cycle -- Phys.org March 3, 2016

Carbon Stored in Arctic Soil's Permafrost Layer Could Accelerate Global Warming -- AZO CleanTech, March 3, 2016

UD prof studies how permafrost thawing affects vegetation, carbon cycle -- Science Codex, March 2, 2016

Autonomous kayak helps researchers capture light measurements in winter Arctic -- Phys.org March 1, 2016

April

Small Turbines Can Outperform Conventional Wind Farms, Stanford Prof Says, With No Bird Kill --Forbes, April 29, 2016

The Amount of Plastic in the Ocean May Be Severely Underestimated --Science Explorer, April 26, 2016

Research indicates more plastic may be in ocean than previous estimates --WDDE, April 25, 2016

UD's Coast Day canceled due to renovations --Delawareonline, April 25, 2016

Cape May - Lewes Ferry Launches Live Osprey Cam - Creates Special Maritime Trading Cards; Celebrates the Wonders of the Delaware Bay --Cape Gazette, April 22, 2016

New Sea Grant director has Delaware tie --Delawareonline, April 22, 2016

Feds move offshore wind lease areas from North to South Carolina --Utility Dive, April 22, 2016

Earth Day: Offshore Wind - Legislature can move Mass. into sustainable future --South Coast Today, April 22, 2016

NOAA names new National Sea Grant program leader --Seacoast online, April 21, 2016

Pollution gains prove elusive in Delaware --Delawareonline, April 21, 2016

Six Years After Deepwater Horizon Spill Still Looking for Answers --Newswise, April 19, 2016

Sussex Academy Research Symposium set April 21 --Cape Gazette, April 18, 2016

Lewes group honors Nancy Targett --Cape Gazette, April 18, 2016

Sea levels are rising, and America's coasts feel it already --Houston Chronicle, April 13, 2016

Offshore wind needed for New York's 50% energy goal, energy czar says --Utility Dive, April 8, 2016

Citizens Source Water Protection Committee announces meeting --Dover Post, April 6, 2016

Great Lakes Regional Seafood Workshop to be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin --Michigan State University Extension, April 6, 2016

Energy chair: N.Y.C. will have 'electricity grid of the future' by 2030 (Video) --New York Business Journal, April 6, 2016

Arctic Month --Arctic Journal, April 5, 2016

Outdoors: Horseshoe crabs are prehistoric relics --The Evening Sun, April 5, 2016

Study: Offshore wind farm would reduce NC coastal rentals --The News & Observer, April 4, 2016

May

Science and Technology Combine In Search For Underwater Resting Place Of WWII MIAs — Huffingtonpost.com, May 31, 2016

Missing WWII airplane found by underwater robot -- Philly.com, May 28, 2016

Downed World War II aircraft missing for 72 years discovered near Pacific islands — Upi.com, May 27, 2016

World War II Aircraft Found in Pacific 72 Years Later — Weather.com, May 27, 2016

For the Record, May 27, 2016 — UDaily.com, May 27, 2016

U.S. navy plane recovered in Pacific — XETV-TV, May 26, 2016

Downed WWII bomber found in Pacific 72 years later — CNN, May 26, 2016

Downed World War II Aircraft Found in Pacific After 72 Years — ValueWalk, May 26, 2016

Clownfish Conundrum — UDaily.com, May 25, 2016

Scripps Helps Find Missing World War II Aircraft in Palau — Times of San Diego, May 25, 2016

Saving Nemo: Bleaching threatens clownfish — Phys.org, May 25, 2016 (Also published on Sciencedaily.com, May 25, 2016​)

Downed World War II aircraft missing for 72 years located in Pacific Islands — Science Daily, May 25, 2016

Scripps finds WWII torpedo bomber off Palau — The San Diego Union Tribune, May 25, 2016

Missing for 72 years: WWII Aircraft Finally Located in Pacific — Live Science, May 25, 2016

Sunken American WWII torpedo bomber discovered in Pacific — Fox News, May 25, 2015

American WWII torpedo bomber missing 72 years discovered in Pacific Ocean — Daily Mail, May 25, 2016

After 72 years, a lost World War II bomber is found — CSMonitor.com, May 25, 2016

All-in for offshore wind — Bostonglobe.com, May 24, 2016

Wind developers eye Hawaii, California coasts for floating turbines --Utility Dive, May 18, 2016

Volunteers reap valuable scientific data with horseshoe crab survey --Dover Post, May 18, 2016

Rooted in Community --Delawareonline, May 17, 2016

Jefferson School students win awards at Sussex County Science Fair  --Cape Gazette, May 16, 2016

There's more plastic debris in the oceans than we think --Summit County Voice, May 14, 2016

Winds of change offshore US? --Offshore Engineer, May 10, 2016

One U.S. State Holds the Key to $10 Billion Offshore Wind Boom --Bloomberg, May 2, 2016 (Also published in Chicago Tribune, May 4, 2016)

June

Climate change to deal a blow to Antarctic penguins — Inews, June 29, 2016

Half Of Adelie Penguins Population Could Decline Due To Global Warming — Science World Report, June 29, 2016

The penguin population may drop by 60% by the end of the century — Wired, June 29, 2016

Penguin Population Could Plummet — Seeker, June 29, 2016

Antarctica Is Warming Quickly, And That’s Bad News For Penguin Colonies — Climate Progress, June 29, 2016

Penguin population could drop 60 percent by end of the century — Phys, June 29, 2016

Adelie penguins could be devastated by climate change, scientists say — The Christian Science Monitor, June 29, 2016

Researchers warn climate change could kill off 60% of global Adélie populations by the end of the century — Daily Mail, June 29, 2016

Scientists predict that 60 percent of these miniature penguins could be gone by 2099 — Business Insider, June 29, 2016

60 Percent of Some Antarctic Penguin Colonies Could Decline by 2100, Study Says — Motherboard, June 29, 2016

Half of Adelie Penguins Could Be Wiped Out by Global Warming — Live Science, June 29, 2016

Antarctica Could Lose Most of its Penguin to Climate Change — National Geographic, June 29, 2016

Penguin populations to plummet due to climate change — Silicon Republic, June 29, 2016

Climate change ‘to devastate penguin populations in Antarctica by up to 60 percent by the end of the century’ — Independent, June 29, 2016

Penguins losing habitat in Antarctica, could decimated by 2099 — USA Today, June 29, 2016

Penguin Populations Could Decrease Up To 60% Before The Year 2099 — Huffington Post Tech, June 29, 2016

Penguin population may be halved by end of century — UPI, June 29, 2016

Penguin population could drop 60 percent by end of the century — Science Daily, June 29, 2016

‘Fingerprints’ on the Seafloor Reveal Secrets of Storm Behavior, Scientists Say — The Weather Channel, June 26, 2016

Wild Moments: Horseshoe crabs aren’t really crabs — WGAL, June 24, 2016

Soon, You’ll Be Able to Make Money Owning an Electric Car — Popular Science, June 24, 2016

BMW’s recycled electric car batteries to power homes — The Christian Science Monitor, June 22, 2016

For The Record, June 17, 2017 — UDaily, June 17, 2016

Research Aims to Make Water Cycle Modeling Data More Accessible — NewsWise, June 16, 2016

Veterans Post: Until they all come home — Outer Banks Sentinel, June 15, 2016

OceanGate Leads Underwater Expedition to “Mount Everest” of Shipwrecks — Xconomy, June 13, 2016

Nemo can smell when coral is bleached — The Daily Examiner, June 12, 2016

Clownfish vulnerable to anemone bleaching, according to UD research — WDDE, June 10, 2016

Seafloor Fingerprints Can Help Predict Extreme Weather Behavior — The Science Explorer, June 9, 2016

CSI: The Ocean? Researchers study seafloor ‘fingerprints’ to gauge storm surge — Digital Trends, June 9, 2016

Wind Power in Long Island — Bloomberg Green Business Report, June 8, 2016 (audio file)

Don’t add a trip to the Emergency Department to your summer vacation — Cape Gazette, June 8, 2016

This Is What The Bottom Of The Ocean Looks Like — Popular Science, June 8, 2016

Nemo can sniff out bleached homes on the Great Barrier Reef — Cairns Post, June 7, 2016

New York Has a Plan to Make Long Island Offshore Wind Cheaper — Bloomberg.com, June 3, 2016

Pixar’s Finding Dory could be bad for Pacific Tang fish — Delawarepublic.com, June 3, 2016

July

The U.S. Is Finally Getting Its First Offshore Wind Farm — Wired, July 28, 2016

Your View: The clock is ticking on offshore wind — South Coast Today, July 27, 2016

MSU geosciences faculty participates in national oceanographic research cruise, MSU, July 25, 2016

Caribbean blue waters elude Delaware beaches — Delaware Online, July 22, 2016

Inaugural Delmarva Paddling Weekend registration begins — Oceancity.com, July 21, 2016

NSO welcomes veterans — UDaily, July 21, 2016

How does sunscreen pollution impact horseshoe crab larvae? — WDDE, July 20, 2016

The Smoggy Seas: Cargo Ships Bring Pollution, Health Risks — NPR, July 19, 2016

New York wind farm part of bigger plan for offshore energy in Atlantic — Seattle DJC, July 15, 2016

10-11 tons of trash removed from Delaware beaches everyday — Delaware Online, July 15, 2016

New York Wind Farm Part of Larger Offshore Energy Ambitions — ABC News, July 14, 2016 (Also published by US News, July 14, 2016)

Watermelon bus to be painted at inaugural Watercolors event in Laurel July 16 — Cape Gazette, July 12, 2016

Delaware moves to mitigate pollution from upwind states — WDDE, July 12, 2016

Reef Health — UDaily, July 8, 2016

Climate Change May Shrink Adelie Penguin Range By End of Century — NASA, July 8, 2016

Data shows impact of Janurary storm on seafloor — Delaware Online, July 7, 2016

Watch: Take a VR tour of the Arctic with an inquisitive polar bear cub — SiliconRepublic, July 6, 2016

UD study predicts decline of Antarctic Adelie penguin population — NPR, no date

High electric bills roil Delaware residents, businesses — Delaware Online, July 3, 2016

August

Your View: Massachusetts is about to make clean energy history and jumpstart a new industry — South Coast Today, August 1, 2016 (Also published in Lowell Sun, August 2, 2016)

Guest Opinion: Clean energy bill powers a new industry in Massachusetts —The Herald News, August 1, 2016

New research shows penguins will suffer in a warming world — The Guardian, August 3, 2016

A 'transformational' mandate: Greens hail Massachusetts offshore wind, renewables bill — Utility Drive, August 3, 2016

Council rejects planning commission nominee — Newark Post, August 11, 2016

Wind Power Taking Off in New England — The Free Press, August 11, 2016

Wind power fiercer than expected — Science Daily, August 11, 2016

‘Range anxiety’ is scaring people away from electric cars — but the fear may be overblown — The Washington Post, August 15, 2016

Warren Elliott elected mid-Atlantic fishery VP — Public Opinion, August 22, 2016

Aerial drones and kayaks: Using autonomous technology to map Delaware's coast — delawarepublic.org, August 24, 2016

Power cable survey planned for offshore wind project to extend into Delaware — Delaware Business Now, August 24, 2016

Rhode Island may pave way for Obama wind energy boom — The Hill, August 24, 2016

Greenland’s ice sheet is in danger. Here’s what we’re seeing on the frozen landscape — The Washington Post, August 25, 2016

Robots, scientists map Broadkill — Delawareonline.com, August 27, 2016

The nation’s first offshore wind farm is ready to go, despite critics’ blowback — The Washington Post, August 27, 2016

University of Delaware’s Platform for Integrating V2G Technology Makes Large-Scale Renewable Energy More Practical — azocleantech.com, August 27, 2016

The Super Bowl of marine science — Technically Delaware, August 31, 2016

September

Line of defense: Mediterranean sea sponge emits chemical patterns, new research shows — Delaware Public Media, September 1, 2016

Tropical storm could upset weekend plans in Delaware — Delaware Online, September 1, 2016

 — The Beacon, September 6, 2016

Researcher: The force is strong in some sea sponges — USA Today, September 10, 2016

Thirsty megacities poisoning rural groundwater: study — France24.com, September 27, 2016

Overpopulation in Dhaka 'will see groundwater contaminated with arsenic within next decade — International Business Times​, September 27, 2016

Water crisis in Bangladesh: Overpumping in Dhaka may threaten regional groundwater resources outside the city — phys.org, September 28, 2016

Bangladesh will be without drinkable water in just 10 years — The Earth Chronicles of Life​, September 28, 2016

Ecology: New model predicts groundwater contamination in Bangladesh — natureasia.com, September 28. 2016

Water Crisis in Bangladesh — Science Daily, September 28, 2016

October

School of fish: Studying sand tiger sharks' complex migration patterns — Delaware Public Media, October 3, 2016

Hurricane Matthew blamed for man-of-wars washing ashore — Cape Gazette, October 6, 2016

Beach lovers should support Rehoboth’s outfall plan — Cape Gazette, October 7, 2016

Sand tiger sharks: far friendlier than you think — The Guardian, October 9, 2016

Eating machines? Not these shark pals — Delaware Online, October 14, 2016

Study Identifies Ocean Processes That Drive Surface Material Clustering — Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative, October 20, 2016

Flesh-eating bacteria death gives oyster eaters pause — Delmarva Now, October 28, 2016

November

Sea level rise scientists to speak at UD — Delaware Online, November 1, 2016

Arctic sea creatures get over the winter blues by making their own light — International Business Times, November 2, 2016

Bioluminescence Breakthrough: Let There Be Light — The Science Explorer, November 2, 2016

Nightlights Under the Sea — Science Newsline, November 2, 2016

100 Feet Below The Surface Bioluminescent Organisms Are The Dominant Light Source, Study Shows — phys.org, November 2, 2016

100 Feet Below The Surface Bioluminescent Organisms Are The Dominant Light Source, Study Shows — Consortium for Ocean Leadership, November 2, 2016

Arctic sea creatures get over the winter blues by making their own light — Yahoo, November 2, 2016

Two-Way Radios Reveal the Mysterious Social Lives of Sharks — Wired, November 2, 2016

The Battle to Bring Offshore Wind Power to America — gizmodo.com, November 2, 2016

Delaware scientists find glowing creatures deep in Arctic waters — Philadelphia Inquirer, November 3, 2016

The ocean organisms that 'light up' when agitated — BBC, November 3, 2016

Bioluminescence breakthrough — Science Blog, November 4, 2016

Melting arctic sea ice could benefit oceanic creatures — Delaware Public Media, November 14, 2016

UD researcher wonders how ocean spray fuels tropical storms — Delaware Public Media, November 20, 2016

Untangling the Many Ways Ocean Acidification Harms Marine Life — National Geographic, November 22, 2016

Study Sheds New Insights Into Global Warming 'Hiatus' — American Geophysical Union, November 22, 2016

Study Sheds New Insights Into Global Warming Trends — NASA, November 22, 2016

Oceans act as a 'heat sink': No global warming ‘hiatus’ — Science Daily, November 22, 2016

Study sheds new insights into global warming 'hiatus' — phys.org, November 22, 2016

What explains the global warming hiatus? Ocean heat sinks, say experts — Cantech Letter, November 23, 2016

New Insights On 'Global Warming Hiatus' Revealed In New Study — Science World Report, November 24, 2016

New Study Offers Insights on Global Warming ‘Hiatus’ — Natue World News, November 24, 2016

Study Sheds New Insights Into Global Warming Trends — technology.org, November 24, 2016

Oceans act as 'heat sink' — Space Daily, November 25, 2016

Global Warming Hiatus' Not Good News for Planet Earth — Universe Today, November 26, 2016

New insights to the previous slowdown in global warming — Accuweather, November 30, 2016

December

Sea level rise scientists to speak at UD — Delaware Online, November 1, 2016

Arctic sea creatures get over the winter blues by making their own light — International Business Times, November 2, 2016

Bioluminescence Breakthrough: Let There Be Light — The Science Explorer, November 2, 2016

Nightlights Under the Sea — Science Newsline, November 2, 2016

100 Feet Below The Surface Bioluminescent Organisms Are The Dominant Light Source, Study Shows — phys.org, November 2, 2016

100 Feet Below The Surface Bioluminescent Organisms Are The Dominant Light Source, Study Shows — Consortium for Ocean Leadership, November 2, 2016

Arctic sea creatures get over the winter blues by making their own light — Yahoo, November 2, 2016

Two-Way Radios Reveal the Mysterious Social Lives of Sharks — Wired, November 2, 2016

The Battle to Bring Offshore Wind Power to America — gizmodo.com, November 2, 2016

Delaware scientists find glowing creatures deep in Arctic waters — Philadelphia Inquirer, November 3, 2016

The ocean organisms that 'light up' when agitated — BBC, November 3, 2016

Bioluminescence breakthrough — Science Blog, November 4, 2016

Melting arctic sea ice could benefit oceanic creatures — Delaware Public Media, November 14, 2016

UD researcher wonders how ocean spray fuels tropical storms — Delaware Public Media, November 20, 2016

Untangling the Many Ways Ocean Acidification Harms Marine Life — National Geographic, November 22, 2016

Study Sheds New Insights Into Global Warming 'Hiatus' — American Geophysical Union, November 22, 2016

Study Sheds New Insights Into Global Warming Trends — NASA, November 22, 2016

Oceans act as a 'heat sink': No global warming ‘hiatus’ — Science Daily, November 22, 2016

Study sheds new insights into global warming 'hiatus' — phys.org, November 22, 2016

What explains the global warming hiatus? Ocean heat sinks, say experts — Cantech Letter, November 23, 2016

New Insights On 'Global Warming Hiatus' Revealed In New Study — Science World Report, November 24, 2016

New Study Offers Insights on Global Warming ‘Hiatus’ — Natue World News, November 24, 2016

Study Sheds New Insights Into Global Warming Trends — technology.org, November 24, 2016

Oceans act as 'heat sink' — Space Daily, November 25, 2016

Global Warming Hiatus' Not Good News for Planet Earth — Universe Today, November 26, 2016

New insights to the previous slowdown in global warming — Accuweather, November 30, 2016

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Research Teams Have Strong Pull for Undergrads

UD marks 30 years in national undergrad research program

Study Abroad Faculty Director of the Year

UD faculty invited to propose Winter Session study abroad programs

UD Tapped for Offshore Wind Initiative

Leveraging long history in offshore wind as part of Gov. Carney’s new working group

Helga Huntley

Tracking ocean pollution

Uncovering new clues about how oil, other pollutants move in ocean
Asia Dowtin

Stemflow study

Investigating how rainwater travels in urban forests
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Horseshoe Crabs and Artificial Bait

We are working to identify chemoattractants in horseshoe crabs and produce an artificial bait, reducing the reliance on horseshoe crabs in the eel and conch fisheries.

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