PMEL in the News
Scientists: Southeast Alaska vulnerable to ocean acidification
Southeast Alaska is poised to be among the first regions in the world affected by ocean acidification. The Alaska Ocean Acidification Network hosted a public presentation Wednesday about the phenomenon that is making ocean water more acidic, and Alaska scientists explained why Southeast is likely to be impacted more quickly than other parts of the world. Jessica Cross is quoted.
Another round of rain, snow hits Seattle area
Live account of updates from Tuesday about the latest on weather conditions, outages and closures from throughout the Puget Sound region. Nick Bond is quoted.
The never-ending snow day: cozy at home, or cooped up inside?
Nick Bond is interviewed on KUOW about what's next with the weather.
Wind Change Pulls Curtain Back On A Future Bering Sea
For those who wonder what the Bering Sea will be like decades from now, last year was a glimpse of the future. Join Phyllis Stabeno and Tom Van Pelt on KYUK, Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
Ocean heat waves like the Pacific’s deadly ‘Blob’ could become the new normal
When marine biologist Steve Barbeaux first saw the data in late 2017, he thought it was the result of a computer glitch. How else could more than 100 million Pacific cod suddenly vanish from the waters off of southern Alaska? Nick Bond is referenced.