Frankenfish, wine and dam removals
KCTS 9 Connects. August 26, 2011.
Think out loud
Ashley Ahearn, Oregon Public Broadcasting. August 15, 2011.
Salmon: running the gauntlet, PBS. May 1, 2011.
Lamprey decline, Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Public Broadcasting. March 28, 2011.
2010 Nominee for Best Place to Work: Northwest Fisheries Science Center, King 5 News, December 2010.
Scientists test Gulf seafood for contaminants, CBS News, August 6, 2010.
Is the seafood safe to eat? CNN. July 9, 2010.
Beaver-assisted restoration, Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Public Broadcasting. April 28, 2010.
DNA analysis of whale poop brings surprising results, Glenn Farley, KING 5 News. March 15, 2010.
Researchers have breakthrough to cure serious salmon disease.October 28, 2008.
King 5 News, by Gary Chittim (Mark Strom interviewed on genome sequencing project for pathogen causing bacterial kidney disease in salmon).
New Danger to Puget Sound Orcas. KOMO TV News. October 11, 2007. Theron Zahn.
Scientists Dig Up Orcas for Clues. January 30, 2007. King 5 News, by Gary Chittim. (Brad Hanson discusses how preserved tissues can provide valuable information about feeding ecology of killer whales).
Strange Days on Planet Earth. April 20, 2005. National Geographic hosted by Edward Norton. (Bill Peterson was featured in the segment called "The One Degree Factor.")
Chinook Salmon. February 5, 2005. King 5 News, by Gary Chittim. (Gina Ylitalo was interviewed.
Harmful Algal Blooms. September 29, 2004. Komo 4 News, by Bryan Johnson. (Dr. Vera Trainer discussed a large toxic algal bloom off the coast of Washington state.)
Harmful Algal Blooms. September 28, 2004. King 5 News, by Gary Chittim. (Dr. Vera Trainer discussed her research on harmful algal blooms.)
Trawling Restrictions. August 11, 2004. KTVU San Francisco, by John Fowler. (Dr. Waldo Wakefield discussed the effects of bottom trawling on fish and their habitat.)
Southern Resident Killer Whale Cruise/What do Orcas do in Winter? February 24, 2004. King 5 News, by Glenn Farley. (Dr. Linda Jones discussed the Marine Mammal Program´s contaminants and prey studies.)
From Puget Sound to the Pacific Ocean: Our Waterways in Peril February 19, 2004. KCTS Connects, by Sharon Giampietro. (As a featured panelist, Dr. John Stein discussed various factors impacting the health of regional waterways.)