Press Notices (listed chronologically)

"Burke Scientists Lead Multi-Nation Study of Disputed Islands," Pacific Currents, Newsletter of the Burke Museum, University of Washington, 10(3):6, October 1994.

"International Science Team Recovers Rare Species on Disputed Islands," Frontiers, Newsletter of the National Science Foundation, December 1994, p. 2.

"Politics threaten remote islands, some with plants and animals that have been evolving in isolation for 70 million years," News for Immediate Release, University of Washington, Office of News and Information, 2 June 1995.

"Last Chance for Island Species," New Scientist, 1 July 1995, p. 7.

"Scientists go to the Ends of the Earth to Collect Specimens," University Week, University of Washington, 6 July 1995, p. 8.

"Study of Insects - International Kuril Island Project - Ohara-san in Otaru City Museum," Hokkaido Newspaper, 7 July 1995.

"Spotlight on Suzanne Lindsay, Kuril Islands, Russia," UMBS News, University of Michigan Biological Station, 3(1):1-2, 7 July 1995.

"International Kuril Islands Expedition - Departure on July 30 - Possibility of Finding New Species, Volition for Clarification of Evolution," Hokkaido Newspaper, 27 July 1995.

"Finding a Bridge for Organisms between Hokkaido and Kuril Islands - Departure to the First International Expedition among Japan, U.S.A., and Russia - Collecting fishes, spiders, and so on," Hokkaido Newspaper, 31 July 1995.

"INSECT INSECT INSECT - Collecting 6,000 Specimens," Asahi Newspaper, 14 September 1995.

"International Kuril Island Project - Many Common Species of Insects with Eastern Hokkaido," Hokkaido Newspaper, 14 September 1995.

"Collecting 7,000 Specimens of Insects from Kuril Islands," Mainichi Newspaper, 19 September 1995.

"A Treasure Mountain, 15,000 Specimens Look for Roots of Organisms in Hokkaido," Hokkaido Newspaper, 4 October 1995.

"International Kuril Islands Expedition No. 1 - Cooperation of Russian, American, and Japanese Scientists," Mainichi Newspaper for Junior High School Students, 10 October 1995.

"The Islands that Time Forgot," Future Scope: Research, Innovation, and Ideas, The Futurist, November-December 1995, p. 7.

"Scientific Endeavors Around the Globe: Cataloging Species on Long-Isolated Kuril Islands," The Seattle Times, 7 November 1995, p. A6.

"International Kuril Islands Expedition No. 1," Fishing in Hokkaido, 1996.

"International Kuril Islands Expedition No. 2," Fishing in Hokkaido, 1996.

"International Kuril Islands Expedition No. 3," Fishing in Hokkaido, 1996.

"An Unexplored Region - Attendance to International Kuril Island Project," Report from Otaru City Museum, 1996.

"Academy Fights to Maintain Research in the Wild East," Science, 272:1259-1260, Richard Stone, 31 May 1996.

"International scientists survey species of the Kuril Islands," Fisheries, American Fisheries Society, 21(7):44, July 1996.

"Ship Swapping Saves Far East Expedition," Science, 273:419, Richard Stone, 26 July 1996.

"Treasure Islands: Modern-day Charles Darwins Put Ashore on the Remote Islands of the Kuril Archipelago," Popular Science, 249(1):58-61, Katie Sauter, July 1996.

"Storm Watch Over the Kurils: Russia and Japan Contest a Wild Island Chain," National Geographic, 190(4):50, 54, "On Assignment," Charles E. Cobb, Jr., October 1996.

"International Kuril Islands Expedition," Kumonoito No. 21, 31 December 1996.

"Botany Undergraduate finds adventure in the Kuril Islands," Botany, Newsletter of the Department of Botany, University of Washington, 1(1):4-5, January 1997.

"International Kuril Island Project and its Result," Coleopterists' News, 118, June 1997.

"International Kuril Island Project - Northern Kuril Islands," Hokkaido Newspaper, July 1997.

"Kuril Islands is Treasure Box - Cooperative Expedition among Japan, America, and Russia about Ecological System," Hokkaido Newspaper, 24 October 1997.

"International Kuril Island Project," Research in Fisheries 1995-96, Biennial Report of the School of Fisheries, University of Washington, M. G. Duke (editor), 1998, pp. 28-30.

"Fisheries Students in the Kurils: An International Experience," Research in Fisheries 1995-96, Biennial Report of the School of Fisheries, University of Washington, M. G. Duke (editor), 1998, p. 31.

"An Outline of Entomological Research, International Kuril Islands Project," Insect and Nature, 33(1), M. Ohara, 1998.

"International Kuril Island Project No. 1," Fishing in Hokkaido, March 1998.

"International Kuril Island Project No. 2," Fishing in Hokkaido, April 1998.

"To Catch a Big Spider, To Catch a Small One," Eleonora Bondareva, DV Uchenyi, 9(1115):3, 6 May 1998.

"Russian, U.S. Scientists Explore Kurils," Vladivostok News, Mike Eckel, 11 September 1998, p. 4.

"Voyagers: A Student and His Mentor," 1998 Report to the State, University of Washington, September 1998, pp. 6-7.

"Possible Ainu Site Creates Buzz," Science, 284:583, Richard Stone, 23 April, 1999.

"New migration route for Hokkaido fishes," Hokkaido News, 16 September 1999, p. 1.

"International Kuril Island Project Close to the End," Ekaterina Efimova, Izvestia, 16 July 1999, p. 6.

"Akademik Oparin: New Discoveries on the Kuril Islands," Alexander Fedorshuk, Primorskii Krai News, 25 August 1999, p. 7.

"Scientific Expedition: Investigating Blank Spots on the Map," Tihon Pavlov, Far East Scientist, News of the Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, 14 September 1999, p.3.

"Land of the Smoking Volcanoes: From Kamchatka to the Kuril Islands," Burke Museum Events, December 1999-February 2000, p. 2.

"International Research Group Heads for Kuril Islands: UW Scientists Among Those Studying Biodiversity, Archaeological Sites," University Week, University of Washington, 17(32):3, 6 July 2000.

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