In the News

Marine bird mass mortality events as an indicator of the impacts of ocean warming Timothy Jones, Julia K. Parrish, Jacqueline Lindsey, Jan Roletto, Kirsten Lindquist, et al, The journal Marine Ecology Progress Series, July 6, 2023

“Northern Range Expansion of California Coastal Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus)”. William Keener,Marc A. Webber,Tim M. Markowitz, Mark P. Cotter, et al. Aquatic Mammals, Page Numbers: 29-43, January 12, 2023

Extreme mortality and reproductive failure of common murres resulting from the northeast Pacific marine heatwave of 2014-2016″. Lindquist, Roletto et al ,PLOS ONE Journal  January 15, 2020

Sleuthing for the sea: Beach Watch citizen science program celebrates 25 years”.  Mary Jane Schramm, NOAA National Marine Sanctuary October 2018.

Ecosystem-based management affecting Brandt’s Cormorant resources and populations in the central California Current region”. Ainley, Lindquist, Roletto et al BIOL CONSERV 2018

“Starved by the sea? Mass die-offs in the Pacific are sending the emaciated bodies of seabirds, seals, and sea lions ashore from California to Alaska.”On Earth, December 2015.

“On the Hunt for Shipping Containers Lost off California Coast”. Before Its News. December, 2015

“Farallones crew tracks predators, prey in changing ecosystem”. San Francisco Chronicle, October 2015.

“Changing waters afflict young seabirds Common murre ‘die-off’ occurring on coast.”Half Moon Bay Review, September 2015.

“Lost at Sea: Starving Birds in a Warming World”. Audubon, April 2015

“Sonoma Coast guardians celebrate 30 years of conservation”. March, 2015.

“High ocean temperatures endangering seabirds?”. Mercury News, November 2014.

“Large-scale die-off of small seabird along Sonoma Coast”. Press Democrat, November 2014.

“Eyes Wide Shut-down”.Huffington Post. January, 2014.

“Ordinary People Helping Our Oceans in Extraordinary Ways”. Switchboard NRDC. November, 2012.

“Beach Watch volunteers gather crucial info about Bay Area shorelines, and even oil spills”. SF Examiner. October, 2013.

“Sick sea lions present a mystery wildlife lack of prey, too many pups, nascent El Niño all considered possible culprits”. SF Gate, June 2009.

“Gulf of the Farallones Marine Sanctuary’s Beach Watch Volunteer Program Recognized In Spill”. Coastal Post. December, 2007.

“Beachcombers chart oil spill scope.”Marin Independent Journal, November 2007.

“NOAA, Partners Remain Active in Spill Response Natural Resource Damage Assessment Process Underway”. NOAA. November, 2007.

Guarding the beach with binocular, clipboards“. Half Moon Bay Review, October 2002.