Ocean and Environment Stories
- Tracks of an Oak Killer, Science Notes.
- Scientists team with art designers to restore Año Nuevo Island, San Jose Mercury News.
- The Land-to-Sea Link: Diseases and Contaminants, Seaotters.com.
- First global assessment finds highest-grossing tunas and billfishes most vulnerable to extinction, Mongabay.com.
- MBARI explores the Gulf of California, (video), Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Los Angeles Times
- Chagas disease patients learn to live with uncertainty (page A1).
- Scientists make curing HIV a priority (page A1).
- In Vietnamese community, treating cultural taboos on cancer.
- HIV educator helps women learn from her mistake.
- Ads for herbal products in immigrant communities cause concern.
- TB is very much alive at Olive View-UCLA hospital in Sylmar.
- UCLA Mobile Clinic Project benefits both sides of the clipboards.
- Barely Breathing Microbes Still Living in 86-Million-Year-Old Clay.
- The Origin of Blonde Afros in Melanesia.
- Monkey See, Monkey Do. Monkey Read?
- How to Become an Expert Tightrope Walker.
- Mapping China’s Ancient Name Game.
- ScienceShot: Jurassic Arthritis was a Jawbreaker.
- Fishing for Fluid Dynamics.
- Will a Volcano Erupt? The Answer’s in the Crystals.
- Is Your Alarm Clock Making You Fat?
- Baby Seals Need the Nicest Ice.