News/Media

“Traffic noise stresses out frogs, but some have adapted”

November 21, 2018

Sciencedaily.org

“Biologists gain new insights into surface, acoustic behaviors of right whales”

October 25, 2018

Phys.org by Rob Enslin

“The people who listen to whales”

November 20, 2017
BBC Blue Planet II by Chris Baraniuk

“The 50-Ton Patient”

July 27, 2017
Tufts Now by Genevieve Rajewski

“Singing For Their Supper”

May 4, 2016
Syracuse University News by Amy Manley

“Wolves Have Local Howl Accents”

April 5, 2016
Scientific American, by Jason Goldman

“Syracuse Researcher Finds Wolf Subspecies Have Unique Howl Patterns”

March 25, 2016
Syracuse University News, by Elizabeth Droge-Young

“Canines Communicate With Their Own ‘Howling Dialects,’ Study Finds”

February 8, 2016
Huffpost Science, by Nina Golgowski
Other sources: Science World Report, Phys.Org, IFLScience

“Right Whales May Boast Unique Voices”

May 18, 2015
Nature World News, by Jenna Iacurci
Other sources: BBC News, Science World Report, Phys.Org, Science|AAAS, ScienceBlog, IFLScience

“Syracuse Student Receives International Research Grant”

January 5, 2015
Syracuse University The College of Arts and Sciences News, by Amy Manley

“Syracuse Biologist Reveals How Whales May ‘Sing’ for Their Supper”

December 16, 2014
Syracuse University The College of Arts and Sciences News, by Amy Manley
Other sources: Phys.org

“Sound Off”

October 14, 2014
Aeon, by Peter Brannen

“The Whale Savers”

October 12, 2014
Christian Science Monitor, by Doug Struck

“Will Atlantic Ocean Oil Prospecting Silence Endangered Right Whales?”

August 9, 2014
National Geographic, by Doug Struck

“Meet Susan Parks”

August 5, 2014
SU Advance

“Endangered Whales are Breeding in a Busy Shipping Lane”

March 26, 2014
Futurity, by Rob Enslin

“Endangered Right Whale Breeding Ground Amid Shipping Lane Surveyed With Acoustic Monitoring Devices”

March 26, 2014
Nature World News

“SU Biologists Use Sound to Identify Breeding Grounds of Endangered Whales”

March 25, 2014
Syracuse University The College of Arts and Sciences News and Syracuse University News, by Rob Enslin
Other sources: Phys.org, Science Codex

“Eavesdropping on Ecosystems”

February 21, 2014
Science, by Kelly Servick

“Whales and the Pursuit of of Oil: When Scientists and Big Oil Team Up”

January 20, 2014
The Weather Channel, by Laura Dattaro

“Humpback Whale Crittercam Video Reveals Bottom-Feeding Activity”

October 7, 2013
National Geographic, by Helen Fields

“Research Reveals Bottom Feeding Techniques of Humpback Whales in Stellwagen Bank Sanctuary”

September 26, 2013
Science Daily

“Graduate Student Studying Ecological Impacts of Increased Noise on Animals”

August 27, 2013
Penn State News, by Marina Burka

“A whale, a Tag, a Mission”

August 20, 2013
The New York Times, by Kelly Slivka

“Research Snapshot: Acoustic behavior of North Atlantic right whales”

August 1, 2012
Syracuse University Magazine, Summer 2012, Vol 29, No 2

“Syracuse University Professor’s Research During Shipping Silence After 9/11 Helps Link Noise, Stress in Endangered Right Whales”

March 13, 2012
The Post-Standard, by Kathleen Poliquin

“Using 9/11 Pause, Study Finds Shipping Noise May Stress Whales”

February 8, 2012
Greenwire, by Paul Voosen

“Unplanned 9/11 Analysis Links Noise, Whale Stress”

February 8, 2012
Wall Street Journal (AP), by Jay Lindsay

“Shhh…Ocean Noises Stress Out Whales”

February 7, 2012
ScienceNOW, by Helen Fields

“The Noisy Ocean and its Consequences”

August 19, 2011
Pubic Radio International: Living on Earth, by Ike Sriskandarajah

“Say What?! Whales Shout Over Noise Pollution”

July 7, 2010
MSNBC, by LiveScience

“Right Whales Yell Over the Ocean Din”

July 7, 2010
New Scientist, by Michael Marshall

“A Push for Quieter Ships”

June 18, 2010
Science Magazine, by David Malakoff

“(Don’t) Pump Up the Volume: Sound Waves Silence Whales’ Song”

November 18, 2008
Scientific American, by Brendan Borrell

“Mystery ‘Gunshot’ Sound is Whale Threat”

November 6, 2008
MSNBC, by Clara Moskowitz for LiveScience

“The Ingenious Way Humpback Whales Hunt in Pitch-Black Waters at Night”

Huffington Post, by James Cave

“New Study Links Whale Stress to Ship Noise”

Syracuse University The College of Arts and Sciences News, by Judy Holmes