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OSU ocean research ship docked in Portland (9/16/2016 Fox 12 Oregon)
Scientists store glacier chunks in an Antarctic vault for safekeeping (9/11/2016 Grist)
Measuring glacier melt (9/8/2016 Think Out Loud: OPB)
Mobile Phone Data Helps Identify Displaced People Faster, Cheaper, More Accurately (8/18/2016 New Security Beat)
Oregon State University Seeks New Research Vessels (8/11/2016 Marinelink.com)
Subduction zones quakes more frequent than previous estimates (8/5/2016 Gazette Times)
STAND AT THE EDGE OF GEOLOGIC TIME (7/20/2016 NPR)
Marinelli to head OSU college (7/15/2016 Gazette Times)
How Growing Sea Plants Can Help Slow Ocean Acidification (7/12/2016 Yale Environment 360)
OSU names marine science leader from Southern California to head college (6/30/2016 Life@OSU)
Crippled Atlantic currents triggered ice age climate change (6/30/2016 Science)
Citizen Scientists Train a Thousand Eyes on the North Pole (6/30/2016 EOS Buzz)
How Much of the N. Oregon Coast Did Not Exist 100 Years Ago? (6/29/2016 Beach Connection)
OSU researchers urge preparedness as the Cascadia Subduction Zone threatens (6/25/2016 Oregonian)
This Is How Drought Affects Oregon’s Outdoor Recreation Industry (6/24/2016 WXshift)
Newberry still in running for geothermal lab (6/14/2016 Bend Bulletin)
Oregon Coast Scientists' Remarkable Discoveries on Sea Stars, Underwater Vents (6/12/2016 Beach Connection)
Study: Native Oregon oysters uniquely suited to survive in acidified waters (6/10/2016 Oregonian)
OSU selects noted oceanographer to head Marine Studies Initiative (6/10/2016 Life@OSU)
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Grotzinger is a geologist who studies the development of early oceans and atmospheres, and the environmental context of evolution. He served as Project Scientist for the Mars Science Lab from 2006 to 2014. He directed the deployment of the Curiosity Rover that led to discovery of an ancient lake deposit suitable for supporting a Martian biosphere. He is also well known for his work on Precambrian sedimentary rocks, especially from the "Snowball Earth" period. He is the recipient of many awards and was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2002.
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