Gregory C. Johnson: Select News Clippings
WARMING ANTARCTIC BOTTOM WATER
- Hook, Leslie (26 February 2020). Why penguins may help us predict the impact of climate change. Financial Times.
- Barcott, Bruce (28 September 2013). Cooking the Ocean's Twilight Zone. onearth.
- Purkey, Sarah and Gregory Johnson (27 March 2013). Surprising Depth to Global Warming's Effects. Live Science.
- Mustain, Andrea (29 September 2011). Earth's Final Frontier: Mysteries of the Deep Sea. Our Amazing Planet.
- Warming in Deep Southern Ocean Linked to Sea-Level Rise. MSNBC. 21 September 2010.
- Warming in Deep Southern Ocean Linked to Sea-Level Rise. Live Science. 20 September 2010.
- Scientists Find 20 Years of Deep Water Warming Leading to Sea Level Rise. NOAA Press Release. 20 September 2010.
- Fogarty, David (22 July 2010). Scientists dig deep into ocean warming conundrum. Reuters.
- Brahic, Catherine (11 March 2009). Global warming reaches the Antarctic abyss. New Scientist.
- Church, John (13 March 2008). Journal Club: An oceanographer ponders the difficulty of accurately estimating abyssal-ocean warming. Nature.
THE WARMING OCEAN AND CLIMATE
- S2E9 Dr. Gregory Johnson NOAA Oceanographer Podcast Interview. The Interview Dudes. 24 October 2019.
- Chow, Denise (16 October 2019). A vast heat wave is endangering sea life in the Pacific Ocean. Is this the wave of the future? NBC Mach.
- A new “blob” is brewing, and it’s set to seriously impact marine life off B.C.’s coast. CBC News: The National. 25 September 2019.
- Voyles Pulver, Dinah (23 September 2019). Mother Nature turns up the Heat. Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com.
- Morrow, Alison (5 November 2018). Oceans absorb 93 percent of Earth's warming. King 5 News.
- Wallace, Tim (12 September 2016). Oceans Are Absorbing Almost All of the Globe’s Excess Heat. New York Times.
- Chow, Denise (27 September 2013). IPCC Climate Change Report: Experts React. Live Science.
- Abraham, John (28 August 2013). Global warming and oceans: what are the known unknowns? Climate Consensus - the 97%, hosted by The Guardian.
- Clarke, Sarah, and Katie Hamann (20 May 2013). New reports suggests global warming could be slower than first thought. ABC News.
- Marshall, Michael (19 May 2013). A second chance to save the climate . New Scientist.
- Harvey, Fiona (19 May 2013). Climate change: human disaster looms, claims new research. The Guardian.
- McGrath, Matt (19 May 2013). Climate slowdown means extreme rates of warming 'not as likely'. BBC News.
- Studying the "flywheel" of the climate system. NOAA Research: "Meet Our Scientists". 27 March 2012.
- Redd, Nola Taylor (30 January 2012). Earth's 'Missing Energy' Was Never Lost. Live Science.
- Sullivan, Rachel (23 January 2012). Study plugs gap in global warming puzzle. ABC Science.
- Hobson, Jeremy (13 December 2018). How Ocean Currents Influence Global Climate And Weather. Here & Now from NPR and WBUR.
- Schultz, Colin (3 September 2013). New surface ocean current maps created from drifter data. EOS-Transactions American Geophysical Union, Vol. 94, Issue 29, page 260.
- Schultz, Colin (16 July 2013). Decadal shifts in ocean basin mass detected in satellite observations. EOS-Transactions American Geophysical Union, Vol. 94, Issue 36, page 320.
STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2017
- Magee, David (2 August 2018). Earth's Greenhouse Gas Concentrations, Sea Level Reach All-time High Last Year: State of the Climate Report 2017. Newsweek.
- Gamillo, Elizabeth (2 August 2018). Atmospheric carbon last year reached levels not seen in 800,000 years. Science.
- Sheridan, Kerry (1 August 2018). Greenhouse gases surge to new highs worldwide in 2017: US report. Yahoo News.
- Milman, Oliver (1 August 2018). Last year was warmest ever that didn't feature an El Niño, report finds. The Guardian.
- D'Angelo, Chris (1 August 2018). Another Year, Another Warning The Earth Is Screwed. Huffington Post.
- Dougton, Sandi (7 September 2017). Seattle billionaire Paul Allen bankrolls deep ocean climate-change project. Seattle Times.
- Stiffler, Lisa (7 September 2017). Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen partners with NOAA to explore climate changes in deep ocean water. GeekWire.
- Haun, Eric (7 September 2017). NOAA Teams up with Paul Allen for Deep Ocean Observation. Marine Technology News.
- Voosen, Paul (7 September 2017). Billionaire's gift pushes ocean sensors deeper. Science.
- Patterson, Brittany (18 October 2016). How Much Heat Does the Ocean Trap? Robots Find Out. Scientific American.
- Lunau, Kate (23 March 2016). Deep-Diving Robots will Plunge 16,000 Feet to Monitor the Ocean Abyss. Motherboard.
- Tollefson, Jeff (22 March 2016). Massive network of robotic ocean probes gets smart upgrade. Nature.
- Roach, Jonathan (12 October 2014). Deep Argo: Probes in Ocean Abyss Explore Mysteries of Global Warming. NBC News.
- Taking the Temperature of Rising Seas. Science Friday. 10 October 2014.
- Deep Sea Instruments May Solve Missing Energy Mystery. Reporting Climate Science. 10 October 2014.
- Deep Argo will help unlock mystery of deep ocean effects on climate. NOAA Research News Release. 6 October 2014.
- Webb, Jonathan (5 October 2014). Different depths reveal ocean warming trends. BBC News.
STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2015
- Sheridan, Kerry (2 August 2016). Global heat, sea level hit record highs in 2015. Yahoo News.
- Borenstein, Seth (2 August 2016). Scientists' annual physical of planet: 'Earth's fever rises'. Associated Press.
- D'Angelo, Chris (2 August 2016). The Results Of Earth’s ‘Annual Physical’ Are A Scary Dose Of Deja Vu. Huffington Post.
- Walker, Tim (2 August 2016). Earth broke multiple climate records in 2015, say scientists responsible for planet's 'annual physical exam'. Independent.
- Records Smashed in New 'State of the Climate' Report. Seeker. 2 August 2016.
- Cronin, Mike (2 August 2016). Annual paper reports global-warming related records in 2015. Asheville Citizen-Times.
WARMING OCEAN: MODELS AND OBSERVATIONS
- Stone, Maddie (2 March 2016). Why Scientists Think the Planet Is Heating Up So Fast Right Now. Gizmodo.
- Borenstein, Seth (18 January 2016). Oceans are absorbing twice as much heat as in 1997, scientists say. Christian Science Monitor.
- Casey, Michael (18 January 2016). Here's the Most Detailed Picture Yet of How Much the World's Oceans Are Warming. Vice News.
- Doyle, Alister (18 January 2016). Oceans heat fast, even with slower warming at Earth's surface. Reuters.
- Hanes, Kristin (18 January 2016). Sea Temperatures on the Rise. KGO Radio.
- Hood, Marlowe (18 January 2016). Global warming strikes deep into oceans: study. Yahoo News.
- Mack, Eric (18 January 2016). Today's Oceans Are Different Than They Were Twenty Years Ago. Forbes.
- Milman, Oliver (18 January 2016). World's oceans warming at increasingly faster rate, new study finds. The Guardian.
- Mooney, Chris (18 January 2016). This is where 90 percent of global warming is going. Washington Post.
- Perlman, David (18 January 2016). World’s oceans are warming quicker and deeper, scientists say. SFGate.
- Pidcock, Roz (18 January 2016). Heat absorbed by oceans has doubled since 1997. Carbon Brief.
- Prupis, Nadia (18 January 2016). Deep Ocean Warming Happening at Alarming and Increasingly Rapid Rate. Common Dreams.
- Stone, Maddie (19 January 2016). We Know Exactly Where all the Heat From the Global Warming Hiatus Went. Gizmodo.
- Sumner, Thomas (18 January 2016). Ocean heating doubles. Science News.
- Upton, John (18 January 2016). Study: Deep Ocean Waters Trapping Vast Store of Heat. Climate Central.
STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2014
- Tomei, Cristiana (22 July 2015). Cambiamento climatico: temperature e livello del mare da record. Key4biz.
- Editorial Board (21 July 2015). Just about every big measure of climate change was bad last year. Washington Post.
- Koronowski, Ryan (20 July 2015). This Is How The World’s Climate Changed Last Year. ThinkProgress.
- Joyce, Christopher (17 July 2015). Science Confirms 2014 Was Hottest Yet Recorded, On Land And Sea. Morning Edition, National Public Radio.
- Worland, Justin (17 July 2015). Last Year Was The Hottest Since Temperature Record Keeping Began. Time.
- von Kaenel, Camile (17 July 2015). All key climate change indicators were at or near record levels in 2014, NOAA announces. ClimateWire.
- Sheridan, Kerry (16 July 2015). Major greenhouse gases hit record highs in 2014: report. Yahoo News.
- Borenstein, Seth (16 July 2015). Scientists give Earth's climate its annual physical, highlighting 'ridiculous' ocean heating. U.S. News & World Report.
- Thompson, Andrea (16 July 2015). 4 Takeaways from the Annual Climate Review. Climate Central.
- NOAA State of the Climate report: Which seven records were broken in 2014? The Carbon Brief.
- Gerken, James (16 July 2015). 2014 Brought Record Warmth To Land And Sea, Government Report Finds. The Huffington Post.
- Another Canary Squawks: Annual Report Shows Unstoppable Ocean Warming. Common Dreams.
- Warming of oceans due to climate change is unstoppable, say US scientists. The Guardian.
- Scientists say ocean warming due to climate change will continue 'for millennia'. The Week. 16 July 2015.
WARMING UPPER OCEAN
- Kennedy, Caitlyn (15 July 2015). 2014 State of the Climate: Ocean Heat Content. ClimateWatch Magazine.
- Michelson, Molly (10 October 2014). Ocean Warming. Science Today.
- Spotts, Pete (6 October 2014). Global warming's effect on oceans is greater than realized, researchers say. Christian Science Monitior.
- Abrams, Lindsay (6 October 2014). The oceans are heating up a lot more quickly than we thought. Salon.
- Smith, Lydia (6 October 2014). Global Warming: Ocean Temperatures Rising 'Up to 152% Faster than Thought'. Yahoo News.
- Kintisch, Eli (5 October 2014). Past measurements may have missed massive ocean warming. Science Magazine News.
- Abraham, John (11 June 2014). Scientists in focus - Lyman and Johnson explore the rapidly warming oceans. Climate Consensus - the 97%, hosted by The Guardian.
- 2013 State of the Climate: Ocean heat content. ClimateWatch Magazine. 12 July 2014.
- Kennedy, Caitlyn (30 July 2013). 2012 State of the Climate: Ocean Heat Content. ClimateWatch Magazine.
- Alton, Helen (13 July 2010). Rise in ocean temperatures 'confirms' global warming. Honolulu Star Advertiser.
- Bardi, Jason Socrates (22 May 2010). Oceans Warmer and Smaller in New Studies. ABC News.
- Lemonick, Michael D. (20 May 2010). Climate Change Hits the Oceans. TIME.
- Morello, Lauren (20 May 2010). Robot Floats Record Sharp Increase in Upper Ocean Warming -- Study. New York Times.
- Witt, Alex (20 May 2010). Report: Worlds' ocean waters heat up. MSNBC video.
- Ocean Stored Significant Warming Over Last 16 Years, Study Finds. Science Daily. 20 May 2010.
- Israel, Brett (19 May 2010). Study: Ocean Warmed Significantly Over Past 16 Years. Live Science.
- Ocean Stored Significant Warming Over Last 16 Years. NOAA Press Release. 19 May 2010.
SEA LEVEL RISE
- Purkey, Sarah G., and Gregory C. Johnson (8 January 2015). Diagnosing Causes of Sea Level Rise. RealClimate.
- Abraham, John (30 October 2014). New research reveals what's causing sea level to rise. Climate Consensus - the 97%, hosted by The Guardian.
CHANGING OCEAN SALINITY PATTERNS AND CLIMATE
- Shifting ocean surface saltiness from 2004-2013. ClimateWatch Magazine. 28 July 2014.
- 2013 State of the Climate: Ocean salinity. ClimateWatch Magazine. 12 July 2014.
- Oskin, Becky (27 September 2013). New Report More Confident About Alarming Changes. Live Science.
- Kennedy, Caitlyn (28 August 2013). Ocean Saltiness Provides Clues to Precipitation Patterns. ClimateWatch Magazine.
FRESHENING ANTARCTIC BOTTOM WATER
- Bindoff, Nathan L., and Hobbs, William R. (25 September 2013). Oceanography: Deep ocean freshening. Nature Climate Change.
- Newton, Alicia (27 March 2013). Oceanography: Rise from below. Nature Geoscience.
- Schultz, Colin (21 May 2013). A global map of the ocean's climate. EOS-Transactions American Geophysical Union, Vol. 94, Issue 21, pages 196-197.
- Kelly, Daniel (11 February 2013). Jason and the Argo Network. Environmental Monitor - Application and technology news for environmental professionals.
- One in a million: NOAA ocean profilers hit new data transmission milestone . NOAA Research News Release. 11 December 2012.
- Abbott, Brian (12 June 2012). 'Phone home' robots now operating in seas off Kiribati. Pacific Beat, ABC Radio Australia.
- Robots deployed near Kiribati to ‘phone home’ ocean research data. Talamua Media & Publications. 8 June 2012.
- Robots that ‘phone home’ to be deployed near Kiribati as part of ocean research. Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme Press Release. 7 June 2012.
- Koellermeier, Lauren. (4 April 2012) The Ups and Downs of a Life at Sea. COSEE NOW. 4 April 2012.
- Research Highlights: Our choice from the recent literature: Chilean eddies. Nature Geoscience. November 2009.
CONTRACTING ANTARCTIC BOTTOM WATER
- Qiu, Jane (16 November 2012). Winds of Change. Science.
- <Coldest antarctic water said disappearing. UPI. 4 April 2012.
- Greenfield, Rebecca (4 April 2012). Everything's Getting Hotter. the Atlantic wire.
- Amount of coldest Antarctic water near ocean floor decreasing for decades. Science Daily. 3 April 2012.
- Le robinet d’eau froide de l’Antarctique serait fermé! le Parisien. 29 March 2012.
- What is happening to the oceans’ coldest, deepest water? ECOS Magazine. 26 March 2012.
- Antarctic water 'mysteriously shrinking'. India Times. 25 March 2012.
- Coldest, Deepest Ocean Water Mysteriously Disappears. MSNBC. 22 March 2012.
- Coldest, Deepest Ocean Water Mysteriously Disappears. Our Amazing Planet. 21 March 2012.
- Amount of coldest Antarctic water near ocean floor decreasing for decades. NOAA Press Release. 20 March 2012.
EXPANDING OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONES
- Blumenthal, Les (7 March 2010). Growing low-oxygen zones in oceans worry scientists. McClatchy Newspapers.
- Berardelli, Phil (26 January 2009). The Oceans' Global Warming Hangover. Science NOW.
- Oxygen-poor ocean zones grow. Los Angeles Times.
- Biello, David (2 May 2008). Fishing for Oxygen in Warming Oceans. Scientific American.
- Harris, Richard (1 May 2008). Low-Oxygen Zones Spreading to Deep Ocean. All Things Considered, National Public Radio.
- Schmid, Randolph (1 May 2008). Study: Warmer ocean water means less oxygen. USA Today.
- Keim, Brandon (1 May 2008). Climate Change Chokes Oceans. Wired Science.
- Hopkin, Michael (1 May 2008). 'Ocean deserts' are growing. Nature News.
- Coghlan, Andy (1 May 2008). Growing Ocean Dead Zones Leave Fish Gasping. New Scientist.
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