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Recent media hits for CJA Bradshaw

1I didn’t actually say anywhere in this interview that climate change would ‘save’ grey nurse sharks; I did say that increased population connectivity resulting from warming waters might reduce extinction risk. I loathe how reporters ‘quote’ scientists even when they never actually said these words. Ah, the sensationalism of scientific media!

2Another corker of bad ‘journalism’. See post here for explanation

3My comments on another paper.

4What? It’s not about climate pollution – it’s a bloody environmental degradation metric. Did these people even read the paper? Another classic example of hack-and-regurgitate reporting.

5While the article isn’t too awful, the title misses the point of the paper entirely.

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