Ecosystem Science in the News











February 25, 2021: Coastal flooding enhances methane buildup in forests

June 25, 2020: Virtual reality exploration of tree methane testing at PNNL

May 22, 2020: Connecting coastal processes with global systems

March 27, 2020: Exploring how different seagrass populations adapt to increased carbon dioxide and temperature

February 28, 2020: Could Wildfire Ash Feed the Ocean’s Tiniest Life-Forms?

December 6, 2019: Converging on Coastal Science

October 8, 2019: Ghost Forests Are Visceral Examples of the Advance of Climate Change

*Our team sampled trees across the Chesapeake Bay sites shown here to understand how forest retreat influences greenhouse gas cycling between soils, trees, water, and the atmosphere

October 8, 2019: As Sea Levels Rise, So Do Ghost Forests

September 22, 2019: Carbono negro encontrado no rio Amazonas revela queimadas recentes na floresta

September 5, 2019: Black mystery in the Amazon River

January 8, 2019: Raymond king tide event meant as education on sea level rise

*Our team mobilized to Johns River in WA to capture the effects of this extreme flood on coastal forest biogeochemistry.

December 19, 2018: Coastal Erosion: Priming Microbial Changes

May 9, 2017: Study finds Amazon River carbon dioxide emissions nearly balance terrestrial uptake

March 28, 2017: Changing habitat releasing long-stored carbon into the atmosphere

July 28, 2016: The Colorado River’s unexpected carbon footprint

July 7, 2016: A mixed response: Floodwaters return to the Colorado River but can release greenhouse gases

Aug. 28, 2015: Lack of oxygen killing marine life in Hood Canal waters

Jun. 30, 2015: Joint Communique by President Barack Obama and President Dilma Rousseff on environmental commitments

Jan. 30, 2015: Worst drought in Espirito Santo in the last 40 years

*Our team mobilized autosamplers on the Santa Maria da Vitoria and Mangarai Rivers to collect samples every three hours during the first rainfall since October 2014.

Oct. 20, 2014: Pesquisador da Flórida visita Bacia do Rio Mangaraí

Mar. 28, 2014: [World Bank–More than 1.8 million people to benefit from improved water and sanitation in the State of Espírito Santo]9https://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2014/03/28/wb-brazil-1pt8-million-people-benefit-improved-water-sanitation-state-of-espirito-santo

Dec. 27, 2013: Floods kill dozens in south-east Brazil

May 20, 2013: Amazon River exhales virtually all carbon taken up by rain forest

May 17 2013: Seawall will cut off access and increase erosion

May 3, 2013: Espirito Santo, Brazil, saves the Atlantic Rainforest to ensure clean water for all