Alaska Science Forum: The demise of Scotch Cap lighthouse

...earthquake was giant: at least magnitude 8.1. The tsunami that resulted killed 159 people in Hawaii, drowned a swimmer in Santa Cruz, banged up fishing boats in Chile and wrecked a hut in Antarctica. The curve of the Aleutians protected much of Alaska...
Former JDHS guard finds the college touch

...Boxers fell to the University of Santa Cruz Banana Slugs 54-47. Ostrom played...they'd see in the first half as UC Santa Cruz regained control of the scoreboard...32-20.A pair of free throws from Santa Cruz' Geena Giovannetti put the Banana...
Outside columnist: Terrorism in the name of animals worsens the University of California, Santa Cruz, earlier in August reveal an unwelcome...these crimes a higher priority. The Santa Cruz bombings are just the latest instances...masked activists demonstrating at a UC Santa Cruz researcher's home pounded on her...
Study links changing winds to warming in Pacific

...premature, at best."Johnstone and co-author Nathan Mantua, a research scientist with the NOAA Fisheries Service in Santa Cruz, California, pointed to the fact that one steep ocean warming period from 1920 to 1940 predates the big increases in...
Biologists investigate mysterious sun star beach stranding

...another researcher at the University of California, Santa Cruz, which runs a national wasting syndrome monitoring program...between, according to a sea star wasting map on the UC Santa Cruz website put together by Pacific Rocky Intertidal Monitoring...
Researchers looking for cause of starfish deaths

...have the disease.Pete Raimondi, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California in Santa Cruz, told the newspaper it may be in the tens of thousands to the low millions. The symptoms appear to be highly present...
Illustrator Hocker to lead Wildlife Wednesday presentation

...and science as a kid, but wasn't sure how they could be combined. While attending the University of California at Santa Cruz, she had an "ah ha" moment when she found out about scientific illustration, and ended up making that her major...
The Flying Karamazov Brothers to perform at JDHS Tuesday was founded in 1972 by Howard Patterson and Paul Magid, who met while students at the University of California at Santa Cruz. In 1974, they were joined by Paul's childhood friend, Randy Nelson, and in 1976 by juggler/technician, Timothy...
Paper looks at a future without carnivores

...P. Nelson of Oregon State University; James A. Estes and Christopher C. Wilmers of the University of California, Santa Cruz; Euan G. Ritchie of Deakin University (Victoria Australia); Mark Hebblewhite of the University of Montana, Missoula...
Agency to consider listing for lake seals

...published study on the seals and two current studies."There's not a lot out there to review," she said by phone from Santa Cruz, Calif., where she's attending meetings.Iliamna Lake is Alaska's largest and deepest lake. It's about 75...


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