Why Everything We Know About Wildfires May Be Wrong (Los Angeles Magazine, 27 September, 2021)

Climate change and suppression tactics are critical factors increasing fires. (The Current, WSU Insider, 17 February, 2021)

Burn Cycle @ Santa Barbara Community Arts Workshop (Santa Barbara Independent, 16 April 2019)

Burn Cycle exhibit brings public into a fire through video (KEYT, 13 April 2019)

Wildfire exhibit puts visitors in a room of screens and fire (KEYT, 13 April 2019)

Art And Science Mix For Exhibition Which Gives People Experience Of Facing A Wildfire (KCLU, 12 April 2019)

Burn Cycle Exhibit Offers Artistic Lessons in Wildfire Science and Safety (Noozhawk, 5 April 2019)

Meyers, Ariana. “Burn Cycle: Walk into Wildfire.” Voice Magazine. 5 April 2019, p. 25.

Deadly California fires prompt bold thinking about prevention: Shelters, strict zoning, buyouts (Los Angeles Times, 19 November 2018)

California’s year-round wildfire threat: Why aren’t communities doing more? (San Francisco Chronicle, 10 November 2018)

Wildfires are inevitable – increasing home losses, fatalities and costs are not (The Conversation, 14 August 2018)

Short-term responses to climate change-mediated disasters can be maladaptive in long-term. (ScienceDaily, 20 June 2018)

Heated Dilemmas (UCSB Current, 20 June 2018)

Heated Dilemmas (PreventionWeb – UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), 20 June 2018)

Too Much Sun? (UCSB Current, 30 May 2018)

Who Has the Ear of Your Legislators and Why They Can’t Seem to Get Anything Done (USC Bedrosian Center, 15 May 2018)

Wildfire and Salience (SESYNC Research-in-Action Series, 29 January 2018)

Catching Fire (UCSB Current, 24 August 2017)

Computer models aren’t playing with fire (Science Node, 30 September 2015)

Dying California forests offer a glimpse into climate change (CBC News, 12 August 2015)

Scientific Simulations in Stream and Ecosystem Synergies (People Behind the Science Podcast, 10 April 2015)