Reports, mini-reports, and factsheets edited (not written) for the Union of Concerned Scientists since mid-2012 on energy, environment, and climate change. Photographs of mine also appear on page 5 of the Jan/Feb 2016 PAS Memo [which I did not edit]; on the cover of the June 2015 report on managing the risks of unconventional oil and gas development; on the front and back covers of the October 2013 report on hydraulic fracturing, plus four additional interior images on pages 6, 16, 23, and 24:
For NASA, my biggest body of work was 42 stories from 2002 to 2011 for the popular Science@NASA website and for NASA Space Place for astronomy club newsletters (this experience later inspired me to create the AstroShorts about computational astronomy for UC-HiPACC). Complete list of all 42 NASA stories with URLs can be downloaded from the far left column.
Reports, mini-reports, and factsheets edited for the Union of Concerned Scientists since mid-2012 on military issues (I am now the dedicated editor for the UCS Global Security program). Not included is an additional China policy document for legislators but not published for a general audience (May 2015):
Outreach work for the University of California High-Performance AstroComputing Center (UC-HiPACC) 2011 - 2015 included drafting three 8-page annual reports, the last one covering the entire five years of its existence; for all three, I also designed the layouts and took most of the photos in the annual reports as well as many on the UC-HiPACC website. Beginning in 2012, I created a series of approximately monthly AstroShorts news features on research in computational astronomy for reprinting in newsletters of astronomical societies (all 21 AstroShorts are available on the UC-HiPACC website here). And I drafted and co-authored feature articles for national magazines (notably Scientific American and Sky & Telescope) with the UC-HiPACC director and other scientists, wrote seven press releases (all are available on the UC-HiPACC website here), and proposed, organized, and ran a Computational Astronomy Journalism Boot Camp (June 2012). UC-HiPACC articles and reports:
Editors: contact me if you want to see additional brochures and reports drafted, written, or edited for other clients, which have included:
Abt Associates; American Museum-Hayden Planetarium; Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM); Binney & Smith (Crayola); Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland Museum of Art; Coalition for Academic and Scientific Computing (CASC); Contel Technology Center (later part of GTE); Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA); Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE); Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection (I3P); Interstellar Studios (for PBS special “400 Years of the Telescope”); Lutheran Children's and Family Services; McKinsey & Co.; National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); National Cancer Institute (NCI); National Coordination Office/Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NCO/NITRD); National Institutes of Health (NIH)/World Health Organization; National Nanotechnology Coordination Office/National Nanotechology Initiative (NNCO/NNI); National Science Foundation (NSF); U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment (OTA); Telcordia (formerly Bellcore); Teleprompter Corporation (later part of Group W Cable); Union of Concerned Scientists; University of Akron/ U.S. Department of Energy; SMART Consortium/WVIZ ideastream® (PBS TV).
(Page updated June 1, 2016)