Ostrander: Glacier Squad

Ostrander: Glacier Squad

For Hakai magazine, Madeline Ostrander goes on quite the hike. She travels with a team that has collected data on northwest glaciers for more than 35 years. Madeline (@madelinevo) gives us the history of the project, the glaciers, and the people who study them. She...
Schnaiberg: Airport Air Pollution

Schnaiberg: Airport Air Pollution

Airports are known for noise pollution, but Lynn Schnaiberg writes about air pollution affecting communities around Sea-Tac International. For the University of Washington Department of Environmental & Occupational Health, Lynn describes new research using methods...
Yan: A Purr-fectly Fun Story

Yan: A Purr-fectly Fun Story

Can you take a cat kayaking? Read Wudan Yan’s New York Times story, “Does Fluffy Really Want to Be an Adventure Cat?” and you might learn enough to harness-train your favorite feline, if not teach it to Eskimo roll. Eventually, like people interviewed and photographed...
Gibbs: Eyes In The Sky

Gibbs: Eyes In The Sky

Our planet is blanketed, Wayt Gibbs writes, with thousands of satellites. Some “cubesats” are the size of a loaf of bread. Wayt (@WaytGibbs) goes beyond just reporting the number, size, and function of all this space hardware. In his feature for Anthropocene, Wayt...
Boyle: Discovery With A GoT Twist

Boyle: Discovery With A GoT Twist

In an exclusive GeekWire story from his recent Middle East science tour, Alan Boyle (@b0yle) reports on an archaelogical find. The discovery, Alan writes, features glittering jewelry, a flash of scientific insight, and a Game-of-Thrones-quality battle. And of course,...
Hansen: Climate Changes, Tribes Adapt

Hansen: Climate Changes, Tribes Adapt

On the Washington Coast, Terri Hansen writes, residents of Indian Nation villages and members of local tribes are adapting to climate change. In her article for Yes! magazine, Terri (@TerriHansen) describes how clams, salmon, and other resources that are integral to...