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One, Two, 3.79 million: How Many Penguins are There? Audubon Magazine (21 August 2014)

SBU’s Lynch ruffles feathers with penguin population study North Shore Beacon (11 August 2014)

Finding Nemo Antarctic Sun (8 August 2014)

Researchers tally 53% more Adelie penguins by using satellites Newsday (17 July 2014)

Adelie penguin census shows seabirds are thriving Wall Street Journal (10 July 2014)

World’s Adelie penguin population is thriving Wall Street Journal Video (10 July 2014)

Why some penguins thrive in climate change ABCNews (7 July 2014)

Emperor penguins may be moving due to climate change, study finds CBSNews (24 June 2014)

Penguin populations on the move as climate change kicks in Science Recorder (22 June 2014)

Happy Feet? Emperor penguins are more than happy to relocate NBCNews (20 June 2014)

Dr. Lynch awarded an NSF CAREER Award (30 April 2013)

NSF press release (6 November 2012)

Tourism not a factor in Antarctic penguin decline Summit County Citizens Voice (15 September 2012)

Breeding penguins vanishing from Antarctic island NBCNews (4 September 2012)

Breeding chinstrap penguins vanish from Antarctic island Mother Nature Network (4 September 2012)

Pinguin-Rückgang: Antarktis-Tourismus ist nicht die Ursache derStandard.at (4 September 2012)

Tourismus nicht Schuld an Pinguin-Schwund Spiegel Online (4 September 2012)

Pinguine in der Patsche: Neue Zahlen zu Pinguin-Rückgang auf sich erwärmender Antarktischer Halbinsel (4 September 2012)

Penguins grow ‘frigid’ as Antarctic warms up Futurity.org (29 August 2012)

Too Hot for Love: Breeding Penguins Vanish from Antarctic Island LiveScience (29 August 2012)

Stony Brook Press Release (29 August 2012)

Antarctica’s gentoo penguin population growing, Adelie numbers decreasing, study says Huffington Post (26 March 2012)

Home-field advantage helps penguins in warming Antarctic MSNBC (24 March 2012)

Breeding Cycles of Penguins Affected by Global Warming Audubon.org (22 March 2012)

Stony Brook University Press Release (21 March 2012)

Warming harder on migratory penguins Deep Blue Home (6 March 2012)

Counting penguins from Space Earth Imaging Journal (28 February 2012)

Satellites track health of seal, penguin populations in Antarctica SpaceRef (18 February 2012)

The big picture Antarctic Sun (17 February 2012)

Eyes in the Sky Antarctic Sun (17 February 2012)

Penguin Counting and an Antarctic Reunion The Huffington Post (20 December 2011)

The Beautiful South: Antarctica The Guardian (17 December 2011)

Predicting Change, Protecting Biodiversity The Scope (Spring 2010)

Losing Count by Peter Rejcek Antarctic Sun (1 August 2008)

March of the Tourists by Julia Whitty Mother Jones (July/August 2008)

Counting Penguins by Robert Krulwich National Public Radio