Selected and Recent Articles and Essays
The Science and Geopolitics of a Warming Arctic
In An Era of Climate Change, Where Will the Fish, And the Money, Go?
As the Earth Warms, the Lure of the Arctic's Natural Resources Grows
Tough (and tougher) Times On the Ranch:Cow whisperers, gene jockeys, and the old-guard wrestle with lingering impacts to farms and ranches from this year's drought -- and brace for a future that looks to be a lot less predictable.
The Daily Climate 14 November 2012
Could the Northeast Store Its CO2 Right Beneath Its Feet? For years, researchers across the country have been investigating potential underground formations that could store CO2 trapped at power plants and keep it out of the atmosphere. And one of the most promising—the huge Newark Basin—sits right below part of the nation’s biggest metropolitan area.
Popular Mechanics 06 January 2012
It ain't your father's farming: new mind-sets and new practices in the age of climate change
essay in How the West Was Warmed, (Fulcrum Publishing, 2010), an anthology on climate change in the West, Beth Conover, ed. Fulcrum Pulbishing 2010.