News & Events

September 23, 2012

New research conducted by Elliott Hazen, Larry Crowder and others is released predicting a significant shift in marine habitat in the Pacific as ocean temperatures rise due to climate change.

September 24, 2012

A recent study led by NOAA scientist and COS affiliated researcher Elliot Hazen discusses the potential effects of ocean warming on sea turtles, sharks, and other large marine predators.

September 24, 2012

Reserach conducted by a group of scientists led by Elliot Hazen shows that warming ocean temperatures due to climate change may affect large marine predators as soon as 2040.

September 24, 2012

A group of scientists, which include COS affiliated researchers, report on the potential effects of climate change on large marine predators in the Pacific.

September 23, 2012

The Washington Post reports on a study just published in the journal Nature Climate Change.  This study explores the potential effects of climate change of top ocean predators in the Pacific, and was led by NOAA scientist and Center for Ocean Solutions affiliated researcher Elliot Hazen.

August 24, 2012

The new Ocean Health Index is explored, with explanations from some of its authors including Larry Crowder.

August 23, 2012

The Governor urges full support of the COS-authored scientific consensus statement on climate change and coral reefs by his island's working group on coral reefs.

August 21, 2012

Now finally, we have a way of measuring how healthy oceans are — and how well they can keep giving us benefits, Larry Crowder explains.

August 15, 2012

A new assessment of ocean health gives the world’s oceans a score of 60 out of 100. Stanford’s Larry Crowder, the science director of the Center for Ocean Solutions, explains why that isn’t exactly a failing grade.

August 18, 2012

Larry Crowder, an author of a study on ocean health, explains why a score of 60 out of 100 isn't exacting a failing grade.