Science Advisor for a climate change political thriller web series An Unlikely Insurgency
Reviewing Proposals and Papers MPOWIR Blog
On being a climate scientist, Program on Climate Change Blog
And a subsequent interview on KUOW
Things I learned from leading the Program on Change Program on Climate Change Blog
Quoted in the news
Louisa Gaylord, Using Data Science to Track Marine Heatwaves, UW eScience Institute https://escience.washington.edu/data-science-to-track-mhws, Dec. 11, 2020
Women in Oceanography Still Navigate Rough Seas, Jessica Duncombe, EOS, 2019, https://eos.org/features/women-in-oceanography-still-navigate-rough-seas
For 17 years UW program has provided an interdisicplinary nexus for climate research and education. UW Blog post
The Conversation Article on Why Antarctic sea ice cover is so low and no its not just about climate change
KUOW: Seatac Airport faces a worsening carbon problem
UW Today: Tackling new terrain: climate change and global health
UW Today: 8 percent of women physical oceanographers in tenure track down from 23 percent
Katherine Gammon, Inside Science: Why is the winter’s coldest day usually more than a month away?
UW News, UW Experts call Paris Climate Agreement “bold” and “encouraging”
UW News, Atlantic Ocean’s slowdown tied to changes in the Southern Hemisphere
UW Medicine Magazine Accelerating Population Health
Crosscut: How Seattles’ March for science Came to be
Grist: 4 ways the republican tax plan could harm the planet
Grist: The gop tax bill could cost us the next generation of climate scientists
Videos and podcasts
Short wave podcast, Measuring Sea Level Rise from Space, November 20, 2020 https://www.npr.org/transcripts/936683335
NPR morning edition, November 19, 2020 https://www.npr.org/2020/11/19/933038332/nasa-satellite-to-measure-global-sea-level-rise
Sentinel-6 Michael Frielich Mission Science Briefing, Live NASA TV on November 20, 2020
Video of Climate Change History and Law Panel Discussion on October 23, 2018 at Naked City Brewery. Sponsored by Cascadia Climate Action.
A video of the talk I gave at the 2018 AMS Meeting: Using Sea Surface Height to Examine Air–Sea Interaction in the North Atlantic Ocean in Winter
Podcast: Women in STEM “Once a math geek always a math geek”
Audio: Climate on Tape, Hell and High Water: Global Warming and Rising Seas
Video: Linkages between the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, the Gulf Stream and the Atmosphere: circulation, heat content and air-sea interaction, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida, February 14.
Video Climate Models and Projections. Metcalf Institute Climate change Seminar for Journalists
Video: Climate on Tap: Panel Discussion on Energy and Climate Policy at the Crossroad: Will the World Act on Climate Change Fast Enough?
Video: Paris Agreement by Ben Tran
Part of the More Than Scientists project: videos of scientists talking about why they want to do something about climate change