KOIN, Portland (January 2021 - Wildfires boost native female bee numbers


Oregonian (September 2020) - Oregon seabird facing dual threats as forests burn and oceans warm, study says


Proteus (May 2020) - Solve for 'x': the life variables of a forest-nesting seabird


Science Daily (April 2019) - Wild bees flock to forested areas affected by severe fire; see also wildlife.org, iFiberOne, KTVZ.com


Science Daily (November 2018) - Roadmap for filling the gaps in forest pollinator research


Audubon magazine (Fall 2018) - From Sea to Tree, Scientists Are Tracking Marbled Murrelets With Rising Precision


Woodland magazine (Fall 2018) - Logging Site Slash Removal May Be Boon For Wild Bees In Managed Forests


OPB (August 2018) – Wild Bees May Benefit From Cleaning Up After Clearcuts; see also Science Daily


OSU (June 2018) - Researchers Assess the Health of Forest Pollinators and Their Link to Agriculture


OSU Terra Magazine (May 2018) – Flying Under the Radar


Corvallis Science Pub (March 2018) – The Endangered Marbled Murrelet


Hakai Magazine (January 2018) – The Unsolved Mystery of Marbled Murrelet


OPB (December 2017) – Severe Wildfires Bring A Welcome Landscape For Native Bees


OSU Terra (November 2017) – Home from the Sea 


OSU PolliNation Podcast (September 2017) – Seeing the Forest for the Bees


Daily Barometer (August 2017) – Seabird Research Creates Opportunities for Ecosystem Understanding


KLCC (July 2017) – OSU Researchers Study Elusive Threatened Seabird


The World (July 2017) – Marbled Murrelet Study Along the Oregon Coast


YouTube (February 20167) - Tracking the Oregon Marbled Murrelet with FLIR Thermal


OSU Terra (July 2013) – Threshold for Thriving


Science Daily (August 2012) – For Young Birds, Getting Stressed Out Can Be a Good Thing