Arizona/Indiana/National/International Press

Author: Jennifer McCulley

Asiri Rawi Cc




2011 - 2016


  • Analysis of Atmosphere in Phoenix, Arizona, Suggests New Model for Sound Urban Growth Policies, Science Daily June 16, 2010.
  • UCAR50 Tracking Turbulent Flow, The Visceral and the Virtual, University Corporation of Atmospheric Research, NCAR, 2010
  • 2009
  • Can ASU Fix Palo Verde (Arizona Republic, February 27, 2008; Front Page News Article)
  • ASU Researchers Study ‘Urban Heat Island Effect,’Arizona Republic, April 4, 2008.
  • Tempe Five Who Matter. At the end of the year, Arizona Republic is honoring five Tempe residents who have made a notable difference in the life of the city.
  • “Texts, Twitter could improve asthma alerts,” by William Hermann, The Arizona Republic, May 4, Fast-growing Phoenix, beset by dirty air, targets construction and clean up-plan (Christian Science Monitor, March 30th, 2007).
  • Valley's 'heat island' defined (Arizona Republic, Business news  04/19/2007)
  • ASU professor shows it is getting hotter, (Arizona Republic, 04/17/2007).
  • Higher Temperature Speed Up Ozone Formation (Arizona Republic, May 1, 2007)
  • Quei “nasi Intelligenti” che combattono il lPm10,  (Reaazione, La Rebublicana, Rome, April 24, 2007).
  • Climate projection and weather forecast just for everyone (Bjeknes Times, 3rd May, 2007).
  • Catching Polluters Made Easier with NASA Satellite Data (Science Daily, 12th December 2007).
  • A Conversation With Harindra Joseph S. Fernando:  On the Ground and in the Water, Tracing a Giant Wave's Path .... Dr. Harindra Joseph S. Fernando study the human activities that make a natural disaster even more deadly (The New York Times.
    By CLAUDIA DREIFUS, December 25, 2007).
  • Tracing Tsunami’s Destructive Path (Daily News, Sri Lanka, December 26, 2007, Claudia Dreifus)
  • On the Ground and in the Water, Tracing a Giant Wave's Path (International Herald Tribune, December 26th, 2007)
  • Human Activities Factor in Tsunami Destructiveness (San Diego Union – Tribune, Sunday, December 30, 2007).
  • Professor to Pitch Theory on Tsunami to Sri Lanka (Arizona Republic, full length article, March 15, 2006)
  • Sri Lankan Signs Warn Coral Thieves of Nature’s Wrath (Nature, 440, Apr 20th 2006, 981).


  • Scientist Share Information on Tsunami (Arizona Republic Jan, 16, 2005)
  • Republic Joins ASU Professor in Sri Lanka (Arizona Republic, Jan 12, 2005)
  • Scientists to study whet a part of Sri Lanka was spared (Knight Rider, Jan 6, 2005, by Seth Bornstein) – also appeared in Centre Daily Times, Tallahassee Democrat, Myrtle Beach Sun-News, Lexington Herald-Leader
  • Rushed Reporter arrived in Sri Lanka (Chandler Republic, Jan 12, 2005)
  • Tsunami Scientists Hear Stories (Arizona Republic, Jan 21, 2005)
  • ASU Professor Joins the Tsunami Studies (Arizona Republic, February 14th, 2005)
  • Seeking answers, hope amid site of devastation (Jan. 9, 2005)
  • Research team visits tsunami devastation (Jan. 11, 2005)
  • Sri Lankans seek tsunami answers, lean on ASU professor (Jan. 12, 2005)
  • Republic joins ASU Prof in Sri Lanka (Jan. 12, 2005)
  • Arizona Republic special report – Tsunami touches Arizona
  • ASU's tsunami research shows barriers should stay (Arizona Republic, March 20, 2005)
  • Tsunami research shows destructive oath worse in developed areas (Marketing and Strategic Communications, 06/09/2005, Michael Price)
  • Tsunami Expert Shares Information with ASU (Arizona Republic, June 8, 2005)
  • Costal Development aided tsunami, The Mercury, Tasmania,  06/10/2005, David Bros)
  • Clear view of the clouds will bring better weather forecasts (London Daily Telegraph, August 8, 2005)
  • Coral could slow tsunamis: Illegal coral mining may have
  • intensified destruction around Sri Lanka, a study says (Honolulu Star, August 17th, reported by Theresa Barry, Bloomberg News, 2005)
  • Sri Lanka: Costal development helps tsunami wreak havoc – study (Reuters, 6/9/2005. Maggie Fox Reporting)
  • Coastal development aided tsunami – In Australia:   The Sunday Times, The Courier-Mail, The Manly, Daily News, The Sunday Mail, Herald Sun, Reported by the Washington Correspondent, 06/10/2005)
  • Tsunami damage was enhanced by coral theft – Missing reefs allowed wave to surge father inland. ). Nature 436, p 1071, 25th August Issue, 2005– Emma Marris Reporting)
  • More natural protection could have helped Tsunami defense.  Bulletin American Meteorological Society, Nowcast, November 2005, pages 1533-1534.
  • Illegal Destruction of Coral Reefs Worsened Tsunami Impact (U.S., Sri Lankan researcher find coral reefs protected towns from waves), US State Department, International         
  • Corals may have helped Tsunami Defense (National Geographic, December Issue, Asian Edition).
  • Illegal Destruction of Coral Reefs Worsened Impact of Tsunami (Red Orbit Breaking News), August 17th, 2005.
  • Poachers eased tsunami's path, London Guardian 17 August 2005 (International News section)
  • How development made tsunami worse....Scientists cite factors that increased wave damage (CNBC News, June 9, 2005)
  • Valley residents offer reflections on Asian Tsunami a Year After (Asian SUNews, December 15, 2005; Peter Tran Reporting)
  • ASU Professor Find Lessons in Sri Lanka (Arizona Republic, Front Page, December 26, 2005).
  • Youthful Marines Grow up Fast at disaster (Jan 15, 2005)
  • Disaster in Asia Reverberates Here, (Arizona Republic, Dec 30, 2005)
  • Professor takes Expertise to Disaster Site (Arizona Republic, Front Page,  Jan 10, 2005)
  • Sri Lankans seek Tsunami Answers, lean on ASU Professor (Arizona Republic, Jan 12, 2005)
  • Marines Tackle Sri Lankan Debris (Arizona Republic, Jan 13, 2005)
  • The Man who Saved his Village (Arizona Republic, Jan 2005)
  • Sri Lanka: Coastal development helps tsunamic havoc-study. Reuters, January 9, 2005 (Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent Reporting)


  • East Valley Friends, Relatives feel Impact of Asian Tragedy (Arizona Republic, Dec 31, 2004)
  • ASU Professor Visits Tsunami Destruction (Arizona Republic,Jan 11, 2004)
  • ASU Enlisted in Effort to Battle Terror (East Valley Tribune, Monday May 19, 2003)
  • Surf is up at ASU (Arizona Republic, February, 1998)