Coverage of research recording kelp surfing to Antarctica (the longest biological rafting events ever recorded) on IFLS, News.com.au, ScienceDaily, The Australian, SBS, ABC radio (various, e.g. The World Today, ABC Sydney [1:20-1:29]), WIN TV, SkyTG24, Europa Press, Cosmos, NZ Herald, E&E News, Daily Mail UK, Tunis Daily News, Science Global News, and more.
ABC National Radio interview on earthquake and Antarctic volcano research, with Robyn Williams, The Science Show, 19 August.
RadioNZ interview on second field trip to survey changes along earthquake-uplifted coasts in New Zealand.
RadioNZ interview on field trip to sample uplifted kelp in the wake of the Kaikoura quake.
Cosmos magazine article on kelp rafts near Polar Front, May 2016: click here
British Antarctic Survey coverage of Antarctic biodiversity Nature paper: click here
Science Daily coverage of Antarctic biodiversity Nature paper: click here
Radio New Zealand interview on Antarctic volcanoes: click here
ScienceNOW [online news page of Science journal]. Kelp Raft Carries Marine Stowaways Hundreds of Kilometers. Author: Cassandra Willyard. September 2010.
- Shorter version published in print in Science
Australian Geographic. Sea creatures set sail on rafts of kelp. Author: Julian Swallow. September 2010
ABC Science. Stowaways found hitching ride on seaweed. Author: Katherine Nightingale. September 2010
Reuters. Kelp genetics reveals Ice Age climate clues. Author: David Fogarty. February 2009
New Zealand Geographic. The DNA of climate change. Author: Bruce Munroe. May-June 2009, p 78-79.
Cosmos. Last Ice Age colder than we thought. Author: Gillian Shaw. February 2009
New Zealand National Radio [interview]. Bull Kelp. Interview conducted by: Alison Ballance. January 2009