My research and writing spans a wide range of issues in the environmental science field, including climate change and sea level rise, marine-based renewable energy, and ecology. I also write travel essays, fiction, and editorials. My recently published work includes:

Bay Area’s Massive Marsh Restoration Project Takes Root
Sierra Magazine, April 2019.
In the South Bay Area, an ambitious $1 billion 50-year plan is underway to return salt ponds to marsh habitat for the first time in 150 years. As thousands of acres are converted back into wetlands, restorationists and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers strive to balance flood control and restoration.  Click here to read the full article.

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Communities Confront Water and Gentrification in the Coliseum Zone, 2018.
Historical redlining and discrimination have led to profound inequalities in East Oakland today. Near the Oakland Coliseum stadium, rising water threatens to magnify East Oakland’s already deeply-rooted vulnerabilities. To read the full article, click here.

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