HauriLab in the News

May 25, 2022

An ocean first: Underwater drone tracks CO2 in Alaska gulf

May 8, 2022

Married to science: couple works toward a healthier ocean

Sep. 15, 2021

Natural cycles in the Gulf of Alaska affect ocean acidification

This graphic of the North Pacific subpolar gyre in the Gulf of Alaska shows how the strength of the gyre can speed or slow ocean acidification based on the amount of carbon dioxide brought to the surface of the ocean.

Sep. 7, 2021

UAF researchers looking at how the ocean is changing and what that means for us

Shipboard measurements at sunset

Jul. 29, 2020

A new tool to study ocean acidification in Alaska

Mar. 26, 2019

Our Nature Climate Change Paper made the cover page!

Mar. 14, 2019

Murkowski Senate Bill addresses Ocean Acidification

Mar. 11, 2019

Southern Ocean acidification puts marine organisms at risk

Mar. 1, 2019

The Shells of Wild Sea Butterflies are already dissolving

Dec. 4, 2018

Science and art illustrate changing marine Arctic ecosystem

Sep. 13, 2018

IARC scientist awarded $1.25 million to develop a carbon seaglider

Oct. 31, 2017


Oct. 20, 2017

Girls on Ice and Women in Science: Joanna Young and Claudine Hauri talking to Robert Hannon for an episode of Northern Soundings

Aug. 15, 2017

Girls in Icy Fjords is featured in Seward City News

Dec. 14, 2016

Claudine’s work is featured in the Scientist Interview of the Alaska Ocean Acidification Observing Network

Dec. 1, 2016

Article about Claudine’s work on UAF NEWS webpage

Nov. 19, 2015

Q & A with Ocean Conservancy

Nov. 13, 2015

Our study discussed during Science Friday on KUAC

Nov. 3, 2015

Listen to Australia’s ABC coverage of our Nature Climate Change paper:

Ocean acidification puts small Southern Ocean sea creatures at increasing risk

Nov. 2, 2015

Article in Australia’s “The Age”:

Abrupt changes in food chains predicted as Southern Ocean acidifies fast