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Multitude of Species Face Climate Threat  New York Times
Earth's Sixth Mass Extinction: Is It Almost Here? National Science Foundation 
6th mass extinction looms but preventable, study says  MSNBC
Are We in the Middle of a Sixth Mass Extinction? Science
Study offers warning about next potential mass extinction USA Today
Study foresees a rapid and widespread extinction of species The Washington Post
Biologist: Global warming could devastate wildlife Salt Lake Tribune
Has the Earth’s sixth mass extinction already arrived? UCB News Service

Earth on Track for Epic Die-off.  San Francisco Chronicle,  December 19, 2009.   
Study shows loss of 15-42% of mammals in North America.  UC Berkeley News Center, December 18, 2009.
Palaeontology and conservation: Avoiding the heffalump trap. As the climate warms, conservationists might
 consider looking to the past to protect the future  The Economist, October 1, 2009
Moving Targets--How do you save the wilderness when it’s changing before your eyes? Terrain Magazine, Fall, 2009
En 100 años habrá 2°C más en la Tierra y eso pondría en peligro a la naturaleza, Clarín (Buenos Aires, Argentina), August 12, 2009
In face of global warming, can wilderness remain natural? UC Berkeley News Center, April 13, 2009 (Also carried by The Berkleyan,
Wildlife, Water, Energy Issues to be Examined at Annual Fish and Wildlife Meeting. Fish and Game, June 29, 2009
What Humans Might Learn from Marmots and Pikas, The Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media, June 4, 2009
Previous Eras of Warming Hold Warnings for Our Age, Yale e360, May 20, 2009
It's Nature's Law: When People Arrive, Animals Vanish, McClatchy News Service, May 19, 2009
Will Climate Change End Wilderness? Discovery Channel, Discovery Earth, hosted by Larry O'Hanlon, June 8, 2009

Bailing out nature: How to keep nature solvent as global warming drains its reserves.  Wilderness Watch Newsletter, December 2009.
Sunday Forum / Introducing ... the pizzly bear. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, op-ed, September 13, 2009.
It's up to all of us to save our parks from heatstroke.  Seattle-Tacoma News Tribune, op-ed, April 28, 2009 
Readers' Forum: New breed of bear cause for concern.  Oakland Tribune / Contra Costa Times op-ed, May 30, 2009

HUMANS AIDED, CONSTRAINED BY FOSSIL FUELS; Maintaining long-term population will require alternate energy sources (Science News)

2007 Audio and Video from presentation at the National Academy of Sciences Sackler Symposium: Climate Change, People, and Diversity Loss-Glimpsing the Future through Quaternary Mammal Extinctions
Read the details in PNAS 105 (Supp. 1): 11543-11548 (2008).
2006 Climate change & evolution

NRDC OnEarth Magazine

2005 Berkeley Science Review
PLoS Biology - Space Matters

2003-04 Earth & Sky mp3
California Alumni Magazine
New Scientist
Daily Californian 1
Daily Californian 2

Our study of potential effects of global warming on evolution was reported on international news websites and published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 270:2585-2590 (2003).

Representive links: Innovations Report, UC Berkeley News

Our article on Pleistocene extinctions (Science 306:70, Oct. 1, 2004) was covered in more than 60 newspapers and news websites worldwide

Representative links: CBS, Science Daily, Washington Post, our local Contra Costa Times

MIOMAP was reported in Science's Netwatch in 2005