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Science for the Ocean's Future: Coral Reefs

Stanford marine biologists discover an ancient group of genes in coral species that predict when they are under stress and might bleach.
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September 3, 2015

Why I do Science: Stephen Palumbi

Affiliated researcher and managemnet committee member shares his passion for science with the KQED audience.

July 17, 2015

COS Explores: Human Dimensions of Coastal Marine Systems

Guest speakers from two workshops hosted by the Center for Ocean Solutions discuss the importance of interdisciplinary research in human-natural marine systems.

May 14, 2015

Sylvia Earle Talks Sustainability

Sylvia Earle talks sustainbility at the Stephen H. Schneider Memorial Lecture at Stanford University, an event co-sponsored by the Center for Ocean Solutions.

February 4, 2015

Marine defaunation: Animal loss in the Global Ocean

Douglas McCauley, Hopkins Marine Station alum and lead author of this study and, Center Management Committee Member and Affiliated Researcher Steve Palumbi discuss the potential for the next big extinction in our marine environment.

April 2, 2014

Stanford Connects Monterey: Meg Caldwell, "Climate Change and the Monterey Bay Prepares for the Future."

Center for Ocean Solutions Executive Director Meg Caldwell speaks at an event called "Stanford Connects Monterey" on climate change adaptation in the Monterey Bay area.

April 2, 2014

Stanford Connects Monterey: Steve Palumbi, "A Scientist and a Novelist Walk into a Bar: Crafting Compelling Environmental Narratives."

Center for Ocean Solutions affiliated researcher Steve Palumbi speaks at an event called "Stanford Connects Monterey" on his literary journey while writing the book "The Life and Death of Monterey Bay: A Story of Revival."