Media Coverage

Irina Marinov participated in the National Public Radio program Radio Times together with her fellow climate change experts Michael Mann (Pennsylvania State University) and Naomi Oreskes (Harvard University), discussing the science and politics of climate change with the program's host Marty Moss-Coane.

Prof. Marinov’s Bio Sketch was featured in Women in Oceanography, a supplement to Oceanography, Volume 27, Number 4, Dec 2014. This issue highlights inspiring stories from women oceanographers and reviews the progress made over the last 10 years in addressing barriers to career advancement for female oceanographers.

-- Article in the Penn Current:
"Penn prof explroes interplay between climate change and Southern Ocean":
Find the papere here and watch this video on our work.

-- Penn News Article:
"Deep Ocean Current May Slow Due to Climate Change, Penn Research Finds" read it here.

-- Assistant Prof provides insight on 2014's UN panel on climate change:
Read about it here.

-- Two papers co-authored by postdoc Raffa Bernardello and faculty Irina Marinov werepublished in March 2014 in Nature Climate Change and the Journal of Climate, and got the attention of the press. The papers discuss the cessation of Southern Ocean deep sea convection due to climate warming, and the implications of climate change for ocean carbon storage:

de Lavergne, C.J. B. Palter, E. D. Galbraith, R. Bernardello and I. Marinov, 2014: Cessation of Weddell Sea convection due to climate warming, Nature Climate Change. (Download, Supplement)

Bernardello, Raffaele, Irina Marinov, Jaime B. Palter, Jorge L. Sarmiento, Eric D. Galbraith, Richard D. Slater, 2014: Response of the Ocean Natural Carbon Storage to Projected Twenty-First-Century Climate Change. J. Climate, 27, 2033–2053. (Download)

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