The following are a selection media mentions or external sites that are at least obtusely related to me or my work. If the ambiguity of the previous sentence doesn't bestow a true sense of the type of links below, then nothing will.
- Benderly, Beryl (13 July 2015) Putting women at the controls at NASA. Science.
- Bergman, Barry (4 December 2014) Ph.D. on hold, White House fellow’s stars align at NASA. Berkeley News.
- Meet the Fellows. Presidential Innovation Fellows.
- O'Connor, Mary Catherine (13 March 2016) Can you put a price on nature? A Californian nonprofit thinks it can. The Guardian.
- Hepler, Lauren (1 March 2016) Earth Genome aims to help companies sequence nature's Big Data. GreenBiz.
- Carr, David (12 November 2014) NASA Explores New World Of Open Data. InformationWeek.
- Strickland, Eliza (16 April 2014) Google Earth Engine Brings Big Data to Environmental Activism. IEEE Spectrum.
- Sharwood, Simon (15 April 2015) NASA to put the stars in your hands with coming-soon-now API portal. The Register.
- Chavanne, Yannick (16 April 2015) La NASA va ouvrir ses données via un portail d'API. ICTjournal.
- Levitt, Steven and Dubner, Stephen (11 November 2010) The Biggest Bang for the Climate-Change Buck? Freakonomics.
- 50 Data Science Gurus You Must Follow On Twitter. Automated Insights.
- Schwartz, Ariel (16 March 2015) Inside The Satellite Detective Agencies That Catch The Companies Destroying The Planet—From Space. Co.Exist.
- Newman, Lily (21 February 2014)This Mapping Service Lets Us Watch Forests Shrink. Slate.
- McGrath, Matt (21 February 2014) New online tool tracks tree loss in 'near real time'. BBC News.
- Stockton, Nick (1 July 2014) How a New Map of Palm Oil Plantations Could Help Save Rainforests. Wired.