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2019    Popular Science The Secret to Saving Salmon is Lodged in their Ears”

2019    Mashable A Big Red Reason Not to Dig a Mine in Alaska’s Fat Bear Country

2019    Hakai Magazine Can Wild Salmon and the Pebble Mine Coexist?” 

2019    Alaska Public Media “Study on Salmon Ear Stones Cited by EPA in Pebble Draft EIS Comments” Hyperlink to audio

2019    CBC News “Elusive Freshwater Alaska Seals One of Kind, Says Study” Hyperlink to audio

2019    KDLG NPR Dillingham, AK  Study on Iliamna Lake Seal Teeth Adds to Debate on Conservation Status” 

2017    KYUK Alaska Public Radio “Fish Talk: Tracing Where Kings Hatch to Change How We Fish” Hyperlink to audio

2015    Alaska Public Media and KDLG Dillingham Public Radio “Chemical Tags in Ear Bones Reveal Chinook’s Life Histories:” Hyperlink to audio

2015    KUER NPR Utah “Pacific Salmon Tracked in Massive Study” Hyperlink to audio

2015    KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio and OPB Oregon Public Broadcasting “Using Fish Ear Bones to Track Salmon” Hyperlink to audio

2015    Science Update, AAAS “Can a Fish’s Ears Tell Its Life Story?” Hyperlink to audio

2015    The Daily Mail Salmon Have GPS Trackers in Their Ears

2015    Der Spiegel Ich seh dir in die Ohren, Kleines

2015    Fish Sens Map Tool Can Accurately Predict Where Bristol Bay Salmon Spawned

2015    New Scientist Exact Map of Salmon Journeys Drawn From Strontium In Their Ears

2015    Salt Lake Tribune U Researchers Helping Clarify the Life and Habitat of Wild Alaskan Salmon” 

2014    Pacific Fishing Magazine “Seining Pollock, Seeking Salmon Origins Using Strontium”

2014    Fairbanks Daily Newsminer Tracking Salmon to Their Birth Streams” 

2014    SeaGrant NOAA “Student’s Strontium Isotope Project Offers New Map of Alaska” 

2013    KDLG Dillingham Public Radio “Using Strontium Isotopes to Track Salmon Migration” Hyperlink to audio