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Scott Doney: Person DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the person Scott Doney related to Oil. This person may have appeared in articles supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this person as appearing in content suggesting contextual association with Oil.


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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   10
News Count (W/Clustered)   9 (90.00%)
Distinct Stories   9
Blog Count   0 (0.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.11
Combined Polarization   5.66
Combined Activity   0.40
Combined Personalization   0.40
News Tone   0.11
Blog Tone   0
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   6/2/2011
Last Seen   10/4/2012
News/Social Ratio  90.00%
Attention/Loyalty  7 / 1702 days (0.41%)

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Legislation
100.00% (9)
Project
22.22% (2)


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RELATIONSHIPS


Related People

The following names occur in articles mentioning this person:

Scott Doney   90.00% (9)
David Vitter   80.00% (8)
Barack Obama   60.00% (6)
Rebecca Wodder   30.00% (3)
Ken Salazar   30.00% (3)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles mentioning this person:

National Oceanic   40.00% (4)
Wildlife Service   40.00% (4)
Us National Oceanic   20.00% (2)
Atmospheric Association   20.00% (2)
Dartmouth College   10.00% (1)

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RELATED GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES


Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   20.00% (2)
Kurchatov, Kurskaya Oblast', Russia   10.00% (1)
San Diego, California, United States   10.00% (1)
Roche, California, United States   10.00% (1)
Bangalore, Karnataka, India   10.00% (1)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles mentioning this person:
United States   20.00% (7)
Mexico   20.00% (2)
Russia   20.00% (1)
India   20.00% (1)
United Kingdom   20.00% (1)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

Kurskaya Oblast', Russia   10.00% (1)
Basel-Stadt, Switzerland   10.00% (1)
Karnataka, India   10.00% (1)
Moskva, Russia   10.00% (1)

Related US States

The following US states occur in articles mentioning this person:

Massachusetts, United States   30.00% (3)
California, United States   20.00% (2)
Louisiana, United States   20.00% (2)
New York, United States   20.00% (2)
Washington, United States   20.00% (2)

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Outlet Location Countries
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United States   20.00% (9)




TWITTER


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Top News Outlets

This person tends to be mentioned in articles from the following news outlets:

Sciencemag.Org   20.00% (2)
Politico.Com   20.00% (2)
Eenews.Net   10.00% (1)
Grist.Org   10.00% (1)
Nature.Com   10.00% (1)

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Top Blogs

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News Articles

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Despite Tumult, NOAA's Lubchenco Would Like 4 More Years - ScienceInsider

...... scientist the White House could announce the appointment as early as this month , she added , but declined to give any hints Her initial pick to fill the position , geochemist Scott Doney of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts , stepped aside this past January after senator David Vitter R-LA blocked a vote on his nomination as a result of an unrelated dispute ......

(1104 words by sciencemag.org)
(10/04/2012)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.44%
Pol: 6.39%
Act: 24.15%
Per: 0.52%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 2.50%

Williams College Hosting Oceans Symposium / iBerkshires.com - The Berkshires online guide to events, news and Berkshire County community information.

...... , Feb , at p m , Elizabeth Kolbert , staff writer at the New Yorker , will lead a discussion following a showing of the film A Sea Change , Imagine A World without Fish Scott Doney , professor in marine chemistry and geochemistry at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , will present a talk on Tuesday , March , at p m , titled Rising Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and ......

(392 words by iberkshires.com)
(02/14/2012)
Legislation
Tone: 1.38%
Pol: 5.07%
Act: 20.05%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 4.35%
Exc: 0.00%

Seven days: 27 January2 February 2012 : Nature News & Comment

...... and Atmospheric Administration in Washington District Of Columbia is to remain vacant after the administration of president Barack Obama withdrew its nomination of marine geochemist Scott Doney on January almost months after Doney was put forward for the role US senator David Vitter Republican , Louisiana had put a hold on the confirmation process in protest at the ......

(1268 words by nature.com)
(02/01/2012)
Legislation
Tone: 1.23%
Pol: 7.73%
Act: 22.83%
Per: 0.58%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Republicans cockblock NOAA appointment because of an oil-drilling snit | Grist

...... can be a real liability for the chief scientist job , at least if Sen David Vitter is on the case Vitter successfully blocked the Obama administration appointment , geochemist Scott Doney , because basically he just not sure scientists can be trusted with this whole science thing Under US Senate rules , a single lawmaker can place a hold on a nomination , effectively ......

(300 words by grist.org)
(01/25/2012)
Legislation
Tone: 0.64%
Pol: 5.75%
Act: 20.77%
Per: 0.64%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 7.69%

White House Gives Up on NOAA Science Chief Nomination - ScienceInsider

...... the Deepwater Horizon oil spill has claimed another casualty the White House yesterday formally withdrew its nomination of geochemist Scott Doney to be chief scientist of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA A US Senate vote on Doney nomination had been blocked for more than a year by senator David Vitter R-LA , who was unhappy with the Obama Administration ......

(397 words by sciencemag.org)
(01/25/2012)
Legislation
Tone: 1.20%
Pol: 5.52%
Act: 19.42%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


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