Coral Reef Futures

Public Dissemination and Outreach

Television Interviews

  • Coral Reef Study At UM Could Save World's Reefs, CBS 4 News, Aug 26 2008, Link
  • CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, 5 May 2008 Link
  • CBS-4 News Miami, 5 February 2008
  • What’s in the water? , CBS-4 News Miami, 22 July 2008, Link
  • National News, Telemundo, 21 April 2008
  • Fox News, March 2008
  • Univision (June 2008)
  • Channel 27 News (Cayman Islands): February 2008
  • Scientists scramble to save coral reefs , TV-3 News (New Zealand), 25 May 2008, Link
  • France 2 (France), 12 July 2008
  • 2008 Pew Fellowship in marine conservation awarded to UM Rosenstiel's Dr. Andrew Baker, Bio-medicine, 25 May 2008, Link
  • Current TV, February 2008
  • Coral Gables Now, February 2008
  • BBC Oceans Series, Link
  • Coral Reefs in Danger, NBC-6 Miami: 12 February 2008, Link
  • S. Fla. Scientists Search For Way To Save Coral Reefs, May 1, 2008, Link
  • Scientists Look For Ways To Save Coral Reefs, July 8, 2008, Link
  • Sci-Fi Channel, Countdown to Doomsday, 2-hour special hosted by Matt Lauer, 2006
  • Miami Coral Cops, NBC-6, 2006
  • CNN World News, 2003
  • CBS Morning News, 2003

Radio interviews

  • BBC-4 Radio, May 26, 2008
  • BBC World Service, June 18, 2008
  • Australian Broadcasting Corporation 2008, 2003, 2001
  • WLRN (South Florida NPR), February 5, 2008
  • Radio Global, with Eli Bravo, March 2008
  • Topical Currents WLRN (South Florida NPR), April 17, 2008
  • BBC World Service News (2004)
  • NPR’s All Things Considered (2004)
  • The Voice of America, 18 August 2004, Deteriorating Coral Reefs Adapting to Global Warming, say Scientists, Link
  • Earthwatch (syndicated radio), 2004
  • Earthbeat, ABC Australia, 2003
  • Our Ocean World (syndicated radio 2001)

Select Print Media (syndicated articles not included)

  • Corals may get help adapting to warmer waters, Washington Post, February 18, 2008, Link
  • Tratamiento biol—gico contra el calor,  Muy Interesante magazine (Spain), June 2008, Link
  • Florida Power Player, Florida International Magazine, April 2008
  • El Nuevo Herald, 2007
  • Whither the Coral Reefs?, Discover magazine, June 8, 2008, Link
  • Palm Beach Post, February 2008
  • Miami Herald, February 5, 2008
  • Print media exposure as a result of collaboration with Chantecaille cosmetics: Vanity Fair (Green Issue), Elle, Glamour, Vogue (UK), Madame Figaro (France) etc.
  • Searching for adaptive mechanism to help corals survive,The Miami Herald, International Edition, March 2007
  • Laslo, Greg, A Whiter Shade of Corals: How Coral Reefs React to Bleaching, Dive Training magazine, September 2007, Link
  • As the seas warm, algae help some corals stand up to the heat, The New York Times, December 21, 2004, Link

Other Outreach Activities

  • Science spokesperson, Seaweb’s Too Precious To Wear consumer coral campaign (2008-2011). Various media exposure, e.g., MSNBC featured on AOL and Facebook
  • Partnered with Chantecaille cosmetics’ (New York, NY) international campaign to raise awareness of coral reefs and climate change.

2008 Pew Fellowship in marine conservation awarded to UM Rosenstiel’s Dr. Andrew Baker

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