UCSC in the News
The media were on hand when research associates Glenn Stewart
and Brian Latta banded four peregrine falcon chicks in
a nest on the PG&E building in San Francisco. Coverage included
the San Francisco Chronicle, Contra Costa Times, Santa Cruz
Sentinel, Associated Press, and KPIX TV.
Bombay's Indian Express quoted associate professor of
history Dilip Basu in an article about his role in arranging
a screening of Indian director Satyajit Ray's film Pather
Panchali at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about whether Santa
Cruz County beaches are shrinking, with quotes from geologists
Gerald Weber and Gary Griggs.
Geophysicist Steven Ward was quoted in a story about
tsunami warning systems in American Scientist magazine.
The San Jose Mercury News covered the election of professor
emeritus of environmental studies Michael Soulé
to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Research on climate change by Lisa Sloan, professor
of Earth sciences, was mentioned in a long article on the environment
in Congressional Quarterly Weekly.
A study on the effects of ocean warming on elephant seals by
Burney Le Boeuf, professor emeritus of ecology and evolutionary
biology, was covered on various web sites, including LiveScience,
Innovations Report, ScienceBlog, SciScoop, and WildlifeNews.
Professor emeritus of economics Richard Musgrave was
mentioned in a (Worcester, Mass.) Sunday Telegram article
about economist Attiat Ott of Clark University, who described
Musgrave as her true mentor.
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