Freelance Work

Linked samples (2004-2016). Non-linked publications (2002-2007) are here.

  1. Woman in Science: Caroline Fox. Canadian Science Publishing, 11 Apr 2017.
  2. Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction, by Mary Ellen Hannibal. Canadian Science Publishing, 16 Mar 2017.
  3. Women in Science: Dawn Bazely. Canadian Science Publishing, 16 Feb 2017.
  4. Interview with Margo Farnsworth: On Biomimicry, Loss, and Building Community in Nature. Terrain.org, 29 Jan 2017.
  5. Trudeau Promised to Bring Us Out of Canada’s Anti-Science Era, But We’re Not There Yet. Desmog Canada, 27 Dec 2016.
  6. Science and Academic Humour. Canadian Science Publishing, 20 Dec 2016.
  7. Canada Isn’t Immune to Trump-ism. Desmog Canada, 5 Dec 2016.
  8. Women in Science: Mary Anne Moser, CEO and Co-founder of Beakerhead. Canadian Science Publishing, 23 Nov 2016.
  9. Where Should I Submit My Journal Article? Canadian Science Publishing, 15 Nov 2016.
  10. Collaboration Station. Canadian Science Publishing, 3 Nov 2016.
  11. Faculty of Science Diversity Report. University of Alberta: Science Contours, 27 Oct 2016
  12. A Pumping Plan to Elude Drought. Hakai Magazine, 26 Oct 2016.
  13. On Vancouver Island, Summer Droughts are the New Normal. CBC The Nature of Things, 20 Oct 2016.
  14. Women in Science: Anna Warwick Sears. Canadian Science Publishing, 11 Oct 2016.
  15. Volunteering With Your Scientific Society. Canadian Science Publishing, 25 Jul 2016.
  16. Canadian Science Funding Review Should Include Science Communication. Science Borealis, 11 Jul 2016.
  17. Book Review: The Scientist’s Guide to Writing, by Stephen B. Heard. Canadian Science Publishing, 14 Jun 2016.
  18. Women in Science: Dr. Kathy Lewis. Canadian Science Publishing, 10 May 2016.
  19. Northern Alberta Wildfires. Science Borealis, 4 May 2016.
  20. How to Write a Journal Article: Tips and Tools. Canadian Science Publishing, 19 Apr 2016.
  21. Working With Sea Level Rise, Not Against It. Science Borealis, 18 Apr 2016.
  22. Women in Science: Interview with Sarah Boon. Canadian Science Publishing, 8 Mar 2016.
  23. Science Blogging 101. Canadian Science Publishing, 3 Mar 2016.
  24. Women in Science Series: Dr. Imogen Coe. Canadian Science Publishing, 17 Feb 2016.
  25. How History (Yes, History) Plays Into Your Science. Canadian Science Publishing, 21 Jan 2016.
  26. Are Fossil Fuels Really Worth It? Science Borealis, 18 Jan 2016.
  27. 21st Century Science Overload. Canadian Science Publishing, 7 Jan 2016.
  28. Restoration of Fish Passage on Elbow Creek, Southwestern BC. BC Forest Professional Magazine, Jan/Feb 2016.
  29. Making the most of your academic genealogy. Canadian Science Publishing, 1 Dec 2015.
  30. Happy Earth Science Week! Science Borealis, 13 Oct 2015.
  31. Writing By Your Own Rules. Creative Nonfiction Collective Society, 24 Sep 2015.
  32. Women in Science Series: Dr. Rita Winkler. Canadian Science Publishing, 17 Sep 2015.
  33. Water Problems in Water-Rich Canada. Science Borealis, 14 Jul 2015.
  34. If Science is Broken – How Can We Fix It? Canadian Science Publishing, 18 Jun 2015.
  35. Is Science Broken? Canadian Science Publishing, 16 Jun 2015.
  36. Beyond the Boardwalk at the Garry Oak Preserve. Nature Conservancy of Canada, 4 Jun 2015.
  37. Women-In-Science Series: Dr. Kathy Bleiker. Canadian Science Publishing, 20 May 2015.
  38. Remediation of Fish Passage at Stream Crossings on BC Forest Roads. BC Forest Professional Magazine, May/Jun 2015.
  39. It’s Earth Week! Have You Thought About Our Oceans Lately? Science Borealis, 20 Apr 2015.
  40. Scientists Must Communicate! But How? Canadian Science Publishing, 16 Apr 2015.
  41. To Communicate or to Excommunicate – Is That the Scientist Versus Journalist Question? Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 9 Apr 2015.
  42. Women-In-Science Series: Usha Srinivasan, PhD. Canadian Science Publishing, 31 Mar 2015.
  43. Twitter for Teaching. Canadian Science Publishing, 14 Mar 2015.
  44. Women-In-Science Series: Dr. Christie Bahlai. Canadian Science Publishing, 20 Feb 2015.
  45. What is a scientist? Canadian Science Publishing, 10 Feb 2015.
  46. Soil: So Much More Than Just Dirt. Science Borealis, 26 Jan 2015.
  47. Women-In-Science Series: Deborah Martin-Downs. Canadian Science Publishing, 18 Dec 2014.
  48. Hey Science! Try Checking the Historic Record. Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 9 Dec 2014.
  49. Women-In-Science Series: Dr. Alwyne Beaudoin. Canadian Science Publishing, 8 Dec 2014.
  50. Women-In-Science Series: Dr. Line Rochefort. Canadian Science Publishing, 11 Nov 2014.
  51. A Week to Remember: the 126th Annual Meeting of the GSA. Canadian Science Publishing, 27 Oct 2014.
  52. From GSA 2014: An Interview with Randy Enkin, Associate Editor, CJES. Canadian Science Publishing, 21 Oct 2014.
  53. Women-In-Science Series: Gwen Bridge. Canadian Science Publishing, 15 Oct 2014.
  54. Coming Soon – the Geological Society of America Meeting in Vancouver! Canadian Science Publishing, 6 Oct 2014.
  55. National Forest Week and the Misconception of Deforestation. Science Borealis, 6 Oct 2014.
  56. Women-In-Science Series: Meet Carolyn Relf, PhD. Canadian Science Publishing, 26 Aug 2014.
  57. Rewilding and You. Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 6 Aug 2014.
  58. Women-In-Science Series: Meet Catherine Anderson, PhD. Canadian Science Publishing, 5 Aug 2014.
  59. Challenge Accepted: Science in the Northern Gateway Pipeline Process. Science Borealis, 14 Jul 2014.
  60. Women-In-Science Series: Meet Dr. Andrea Kirkwood. Canadian Science Publishing, 2 Jul 2014.
  61. Should I or Shouldn’t I – Advising Students on Academic (or Not) Careers. Canadian Science Publishing, 9 Jun 2014.
  62. Scientists using Twitter: Dispelling the Myths. Canadian Science Publishing, 6 May 2014.
  63. OpenSciLogs: The Evolution of Popular Science, Maybe. Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 22 Apr 2014.
  64. Open Access Publishing: Pipe dream or the way forward for science? Canadian Science Publishing, 22 Apr 2014.
  65. Citizens + science = a good combination. Canadian Science Publishing, 11 Mar 2014.
  66. It’s not just about the fish… Canadian Science Publishing, 20 Feb 2014.
  67. Has Canada gone too far down the Conservative rabbit hole? Rabble.ca, 13 Feb 2014.
  68. What is this ‘science communication’ you speak of? Canadian Science Publishing, 4 Feb 2014.
  69. The Boreal Forest, Antarctica and Geophysics, Oh My! Science Borealis, 27 Jan 2014.
  70. Scientific societies in the internet age. Canadian Science Publishing, 14 Jan 2014.
  71. So you write about the environment: Are you a science writer or a nature writer? Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 10 Jan 2014.
  72. Don’t push that button – sexual harassment, science, and personal history. Medium (LadyBits Power of Harassment Collection), 1 Nov 2013.
  73. An ‘abundance’ of bears: Aglukkaq cold-shoulders the science. iPolitics Opinion, 28 Oct 2013.
  74. Putting the science in fiction writing. Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 15 Oct 2013.
  75. Wildfire woes don’t end when the smoke clears. Al Jazeera English, 27 Aug 2013.
  76. Academic science – feeling boxed in? Medium, 23 Aug 2013
  77. The gift of depression and mood disorder. Double X Science, 26 Jul 2013.
  78. Science as a jigsaw puzzle: Piecing together the picture on tidewater glaciers. Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 18 Jul 2013.
  79. Water, water everywhere: Will storms and floods like this become the new normal? Rabble.ca, 26 Jun 2013.
  80. What’s behind that money shot? The hidden impacts of disappearing glaciers. Canadian Science Writers’ Association, 2 Apr 2013.
  81. Under the Crowsnest Canopy. Outpost Magazine. May/Jun 2012.
  82. Show and Tell With Sea Ice. CH2MHill Field Notes newsletter, Jul 2007.
  83. On the Cutting Edge at Summit Station. CH2MHill Field Notes newsletter, Jun 2007.
  84. Faces of IPY: The Celebrity Glaciologist. CH2MHill Field Notes newsletter, May 2007.
  85. Studying Sea Ice with the Sea Goddess. CH2MHill Field Notes newsletter, Apr 2007.
  86. Studying Glaciers: An Initiation to the North. Above & Beyond Magazine, Jul/Aug 2004.
  87. A prairie university’s hidden coastal gem: Bamfield Centre offers students and researchers a unique place to learn. UAlberta Folio, 16 Apr 2004.
  88. The freeze factor: The U of A’s cryopreservation lab blends biology and physics. UAlberta Folio, 2 May 2003.
  89. The altered state of field research: Summer researchers dodge bears, side-step crevasses, long for indoor plumbing. UAlberta Folio, 17 Apr 2003.
  90. Study tracks collective effects of industry: First-of-its-kind research predicts enormous changes. UAlberta Folio, 17 Apr 2003.

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