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Selected Works

Science News
Five explosive things the 2018 eruption taught us about Kilauea
Scientific American
The Bitter Truth: Scientists Sequence the Almond Genome
Nature
Severe wildfires spark population boom in fungi and bacteria
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Syndicated by Scientific American
Science News
Giraffes inherit their spots from their mothers
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Syndicated by The Washington Post
The Mercury News
They're back! Bald eagle pair returns to Bay Area elementary school
Scientific American
Voices Blog: What's It Like to Be Queer in STEM?
Scientific American
California's Mount Shasta Loses a Historical Eruption
Inside Science
Conquering Chemical Weapons with Enzymes
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Published Works

NASA

Nature

Severe wildfires spark population boom in fungi and bacteria, Nature, 16 January 2019 (Syndicated by Scientific American)

Science News

Five explosive things the 2018 eruption taught us about Kilauea, Science News, 29 January 2019

 

Bennu and Ryugu look like spinning tops and scientists want to know why, Science News, 18 December 2018

 

Here’s what was surprising about Kilauea’s 3-month-long eruption, Science News, 11 December 2018

 

Baboons survive 6 months after getting a pig heart transplant, Science News, 5 December 2018

 

An acid found in soil may make a disease killing deer less infectious, Science News, 30 November 2018

 

A new algorithm could help protect planes from damaging volcanic ash, Science News, 27 November 2018

 

Cactus spine shapes determine how they stab victims, Science News, 27 November 2018

Sound-absorbent wings and fur help some moths evade bats, Science News, 14 November 2018

 

Car tires and brake pads produce harmful microplastics, Science News, 12 November 2018

These tiny, crackly bubbles are a new type of volcanic ash, Science News, 9 November 2018

 

Hubble has been busy since coming back online, Science News, 2 November 2018

 

Neandertal teeth reveal the earliest known signs of lead exposure, Science News, 2 November 2018

People in the Pacific Northwest smoked tobacco long before Europeans showed up, Science News, 29 October 2018

 

Liverwort plants contain a painkiller similar to the one in marijuana, Science News, 24 October 2018

 

Plants engineered to always be on alert don’t grow well, Science News, 22 October 2018

 

More tornadoes are popping up east of the Mississippi, Science News, 17 October 2018

 

Add beer to the list of foods threatened by climate change, Science News, 14 October 2018

 

Self-driving cars see better with cameras that mimic mantis shrimp vision, Science News, 11 October 2018

These light-loving bacteria may survive surprisingly deep underground, Science News, 9 October 2018

 

Spiky ice spires may stud the equator of Jupiter’s moon Europa, Science News, 8 October 2018

 

Giraffes inherit their spots from their mothers, Science News, 2 October 2018 (Syndicated by The Washington Post)

 

Tracking how rainfall morphs Earth’s surface could help forecast flooding, Science News, 2 October 2018

 

A new species of high-altitude hummingbird may already be in trouble, Science News, 26 September 2018

UCSC Science Notes

A revered raptor's return, UCSC Science Notes, August 2018

Science Today

The Arctic Report Card, Science Today, 20 Dec. 2016

Defending the Home Planet, Science Today, 16 Dec. 2016

Volcanism in the Age of Early Man, Science Today, 2 Nov. 2016

Mineral Mondays: Native Elements, Science Today, 26 Sep. 2016

Mineral Mondays: Oxides and Hydroxides, Science Today, 19 Sep. 2016

Mineral Mondays: Silicates, Science Today, 12 Sep. 2016

Volcanic Predictors, Science Today, 1 Aug. 2016

New Type of Meteorite from Asteroid Collision, Science Today, 5 July 2016

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