Times Colonist, April 29, 2022: Heat dome primed B.C. coastlines to resemble subtropical East Asia, says researcher
CBC, April 27, 2022: Months after mass die-off of sea creatures in B.C. heat dome, researchers return in search of signs of life
CBC Listen, Feb 12, 2022: CBC North by Northwest with Sheryl MacKay (begins at the 7:14 mark)
The Gardian, Aug 1, 2021: Extreme heat cooks mussels in their shells on Canada Coast - video
The Atlantic, Jul 31, 2021: If the Hardiest Species Are Boiled Alive, What Happens to Humans?
City News, Jul 17, 2021: Salmon and other sea life affected by recent heat waves, experts say
Scientific American, Jul 15, 2021: Pacific Northwest Heat Wave Killed More than 1 Billion Sea Creatures
Financial Post, Jul 14, 2021: Anthrax, Grasshoppers, Dying Clams Show North American Heat Toll
CFRA Talk Radio, Jul 13, 2021: ESS: 'Smells like death' Researchers estimate more than 1 billion marine animals died during B.C. heat wave
USAToday, Jul 12, 2021: Millions of mussels, clams and other marine creatures die from heat wave 'catastrophe'
CNN, Jul 12, 2021: Extreme heat cooked mussels, clams and other shellfish alive on beaches in Western Canada
The Washington Post, Jul 8, 2021: Crushing heat wave in Pacific Northwest and Canada cooked shellfish alive by the millions
The Gardian, Jul 8, 2021: Heat dome: probably killed 1bn marine animals on Canada coast, experts say
Canada's National Observer, Jul 8, 2021: A billion tidal creatures likely baked to death in BC, heat wave
Independent, Jul 6, 2021: More than a billion seashore animals may have been cooked to death in Canada heatwave
CTV News, Jul 6, 2021: More than a 1 billion marine animals may have died in BC heat wave: UBC professor
CBC News, Jul 6, 2021: More than a billion seashore animals may have cooked to death in B.C. heat wave, says UBC researcher
Fiona Beaty: This video shows how the Harley lab is studying the effects of last week's heat dome on intertidal creatures, specifically mussel mortality. I went out to the beach at Davis Bay, in the shíshálh Nation's territory, and counted a whole bunch of mussels (both dead and alive).
MSNBC: The heat wave in the Pacific Northwest is creating lasting damage to marine life. Marine ecologists Alyssa Gehman and Emily Carrington talk about the impact, and what can be done to help.