PRINT, ONLINE AND SOCIAL MEDIA
The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Program's research highlights for public and media outreach (web). For a complete and up-to-date list, please click here.
The American Geophysical Union (AGU)'s newspaper EOS (in print). For a complete and up-to-date list, please click here.
- Heavy mortality in Europe possible for Icelandic eruption. Earth Magazine (October 2012, please contact me for a copy)
- Models and mapping of grounding line modify Antarctic forecast. Earth Magazine (September 2012, please contact me for a copy)
- Destructive Lahars don't follow hazzard models. Earth Magazine (August 2012, please contact me for a copy)
- Turning the pages of history. Explorations Now
- Hearing footsteps under the ocean.Explorations Now
- Unmasking timekeeper of 24 hour cycle in mammals. Focus
- How do bacteria handle mixed signals? With surprising simplicity. Focus (in print)
- "Those goosebumps on glacier" Explorations Now
Features and commentaries
- The World Bank at Scripps Institution of Oceanography: what do we need to know before funding a project in the developing world. Consilience: The journal of sustainable development
- Famine follows the plough. Science in the news, Boston
- Coral bleeching in 2010: An early indicator of vulnerable marine ecosystems under human made stress. Science in the news, Boston
- Megadroughts: What causes, what solution? Intersection at Discoverer magazine
- Waste that matters: Plastics in the Pacific Ocean- a growing cause for concern.Science in the news, Boston
- A dollop of dust: Is airborne dust causing regional and global climate change? Masticated Science, Boston
- Have the rains deserted the Sahel? Science 20.0 (previously, Scientific Blogging)
- Coffee plants don't like it hot. PLOS Blogs
- Air Time. A blog hsoted within www.arm.gov. Breaking new research on climate and atmospheric sciences (March-July, 2013). Page no longer active.
- Moderator of Field Notes, a blog where scientists and techies share their experiences in the field and labs (March-July, 2013)
- Food, Thought For. A collection of recipes, photographs, tips, thoughts and take on home cooking, since 2009.
- A writer's thought. A collection of short stories, since 2006
- Food blogger on B'khush. For clips, please click here.
- Experiments in photography.
Press releases and announcemen
- Taking the heat on the U.S. Great Plains, ARM news
- ARM Facility captures rare tornado data ARM news
- A Homecoming party at the Los Angeles Shipping Dock ARM news
- New Field Campaigns Move Mobile Facility to Finland Forest and California Coast. ARM News
- Scripps graduate wins sustainability prize. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA
- Complex choices in Medicare Advantage Program may overwhelm seniors. Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Pitched for, contributed, and edited articles and features for the bi-monthly newsletter of the Association of Women in Science (San Diego). For my articles in the newsletter, please follow this link and check for 2012 May-Dec issues.
PRESENTATION AND WORKSHOPS
- Bhattacharya and L. Roeder. “Role of institutions in improving climate communication”. AGU Chapman conference on “Communicating climate science, a historic look into the future” (June, 2013)
- Served as panelist on ‘careers in science’, Versatile PhD (early career academic forum, 2012)
- Attended New York Times Energy Conference (2013)
- Santa Fe Science writer’s workshop (2013)
- E.K.Thomas, S. Datta and A. Bhattacharya. “Climate Change: What we know and where we go from here”. Invited talk at SITN Seminar, Harvard Medical School (May, 2012)
- Participated in American Geophysical Union’s Q/A to help answer questions by journalists regarding earth-environment-climate sciences (2010)
Member of the National Association of Science Writers (NASW.ORG)