Some media coverage of my research activities.

2018 second lowest maximum extent on record

Media coverage of the maximum Arctic winter extent of 2018. Main NASA feature can be found here .

Longer form NASA video explaning this low (second lowest!) maximum extent is shown below:

The story was covered by a variety of news outlets, including: The Daily Mail,

..and a longer form article in National Geographic I was more involved with!

Warm Arctic winter of 2018

Media coverage of the warm Arctic winter of 2018. Main NASA feature can be found here . The story was tweeted out by NASA, receiving over 200K views.

Also Skype interviewed by Voice of America.

And interviewed by ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).

The story was covered by a variety of news outlets, including: Earther, Washington Post, Vox. Financial Times.

How a Wayward Arctic Current Could Cool the Climate in Europe

Quoted and contributed to a Yale 360 longform article on: the Arctic Ocean's Beaufort Gyre and what a release of its freshwater might mean for Europe.

2017 Arctic sea ice predictions

Quoted and predictions discussed in this NASA feature on Arctic sea ice predictions. The story was also tweeted out by NASA, receiving over 3K likes/retweets.

The Larsen C Iceberg

Comments on the Larsen C Iceberg calving event in the Baltimore Sun.

Warm Winter Events in Arctic Becoming More Frequent, Lasting Longer

Media coverage of Rob Graham's GRL paper I was co-author of. Main NASA feature can be found here. The story was also tweeted out by NASA, receiving over 3K likes/retweets.

Also covered by a variety of news outlets, including: Science Daily, Discover magazine, Phys.org. Daily Mail and several other news outlets.

How sea ice can still be thick in places in a warming Arctic

Comments in Climate Feedback responding to a Brietbart article on a postponed Canadian Arctic science expedition.

NASA Study Improves Forecasts of Summer Arctic Sea Ice

Media coverage of my 2017 Arctic sea ice forecasting paper. Main NASA feature can be found here including the following video:

Also covered by a variety of news outlets, including: Science Daily, Discover magazine, Phys.org and several other news outlets.

Extremely Warm 2015-’16 Winter Cyclone Weakened Arctic Sea Ice Pack

Media coverage of our paper on the 2015/2016 winter Arctic storm. Main NASA feature can be found here including the following video:

Also covered by a variety of news outlets, including: the Daily Mail, Discover magazine, RT news, nature world news and several other news outlets.