Science writing for a public audience:
- Women of the Bayou (Louisiana Sea Grant, May 2018)
- The Lyme wars are upon us. We should probably read up on them (Massive Science, April 2018; Picked up by Salon and Pacific Standard)
- The Moon’s origins may be far different than we thought (Massive Science, April 2018; Picked up by Salon)
- A scientist responds to that ‘Science’ Instagram essay (Massive Science, March 2018)
- I crush stalagmites from protected caves. What can I do to give back? (Massive Science, March 2018)
- Swimming Lessons: Lauren Huey (Society for Women in Marine Science, Feb. 2018)
- A nuclear attack could be a lot like an asteroid strike (Massive Science, Feb. 2018)
- It’s time to stop excluding people with disabilities from science (Massive Science, Dec. 2017; Picked up by Salon)
- What ancient corn farmers can teach us about engineering crops for climate change (Massive Science, Dec. 2017; Picked up by Alternet)
- Embrace Who You Are: One Latina Scientist’s Brave Journey in STEM (SACNAS STEM + Culture Chronicle, March 2017)
I am a contributing writer and assistant editor at Massive Science.
2017), Reproducibility of Ba/Ca variations recorded by northeast Pacific bamboo corals, Paleoceanography, 32, doi:10.1002/2017PA003178., , , , , , , and (
Feel free to email me if you would like a PDF of our paper.