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Outreach & Media Communication
What I've done and where it is shown
ZDFinfo (planned for October 22, 2022)
Die neue Heißzeit, Spurensuche in der Vergangenheit.
The new hot age, Searching for traces in the past.
Consensus Digital (April 20, 2022)
American Innovators: How America’s Hottest City is Handling the Heat.
Geo (January 25, 2022)
Phoenix, métropole la plus chaude des Etats-Unis et laboratoire du changement climatique.
Geo Magazine (December 2021)
Ce monde qui change: Phoenix, la métropole la plus chaude des États-Unis.
The State Press (October 21, 2021)
A new kind of MaRTiny: ASU researchers hope device will help gather heat data.
ASU News (September 21, 2021)
Trying to cool off neighborhoods with a new kind of road surface.
Gilbert Sun News (September 12, 2021, p.16)
Heat topic of HD South speaker’s talk.
PBS Terra (June 7, 2021)
How America’s Hottest City is Innovating to Survive | Weathered
ASU News (June 3, 2021)
Do trees provide the best shade for urban environments?
FOX 10 News (September 2019)
ASU professor studies how different types of shade can help keep us cool in the heat
KTAR (September 2019)
ASU researchers say shade is not all created equal
ASU Cronkite News (August 2019)
50 grades of shade: Researchers find that it’s not all created equal
New York Times (August 2019)
As Phoenix Heats Up, the Night Comes Alive
ASU Cronkite News (July 2019)
50 Grades of Shade
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