In this exciting Seattle’s Morning News interview, Dave Ross talks with Drew about her recent book, Ocean Outbreak: Confronting the Rising Tide of Marine Disease.
This blog post is published in Cool Green Science, The Nature Conservancy’s conservation science blog.
This post, an excerpt from Ocean Outbreak, is published in Hakai Magazine.
This post is published in the TIDEBITE SERIES from Friday Harbor Labs.
Discoveries in ocean biodiversity ruled the 19th century. Circa 1890, Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka were rapidly crafting astounding masterpieces in glass, with an eventual output of over 10,000 models. In my book, A Sea of Glass, I chronicle… Read moreVoyage of The Blue Dragon
Drew visits Lava 105.3 Radio Studios for an interview about Ocean Outbreak.
The sunflower star is the Salish Sea’s fastest and largest sea star, often reaching 4 feet across, weighing up to 11 pounds and having up to 24 arms. (courtesy of… Read moreAs sunflower stars go, so goes the health of our seas
Just published in Science Advances: new data showing catastrophic crash in the once common sunflower starfish due to a continental scale disease outbreak. Check it out here. Also see commentary in The Atlantic.
Enjoy an excerpt from a podcast’s interview about Drew’s newest book Ocean Outbreak below.
Becalmed in the North Atlantic on a dark May evening in 1853, Leopold Blaschka witnessed an other-worldly event. Beneath the glassy surface of the sea, a small green light appeared. Then a second. And a third. “A hundred of these… Read moreDiving into Glass: Reflections on the Blaschka’s 150-year-old Glass Menagerie