Here are some recent science communication (SciComm) highlights from the Kuebbing Lab.
Check out my recent contribution to Plant Love Stories - an amazing new SciComm website!
public comment to secretary zinke
In April 2018 President Trump ordered Secretary Zinke of the US Department of the Interior to review the size and status of 27 National Monuments around the United States. I, along with 19 other colleagues, submitted an official public comment supporting the monuments for their cultural and scientific importance.
Popular Press Publications & Online Commentary
Kuebbing S. #MYSCICOMM: Sara Kuebbing. June 20, 2018. Ecological Society of America Communication and Engagement Section Blog.
Kuebbing S. Love Jade. March 14, 2018 Plant Love Stories.
Kuebbing S, Serbesoff-King K, Randall J.2015. Research scientists advise land managers to adopt practices they have already used for over two decades: a “knowing-doing” gap and how to fix it. Science Chronicles, The Nature Conservancy.
SimberloffD, S Kuebbing, MA Nuñez, and R Dimarco. 2014. Why eating invasive species is a bad idea: gastronomy is no silver bullet for controlling invasive species Ensia, September 9, 2014.
On The Environment Podcast, Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, Guest Interviewer: Megan Parker, Working Dogs for Conservation (Episode 30), Prof. Daniel Simberloff, University of Tennessee (Episode 31).
Kuebbing SE. 2014. Homegrown energy and homeland security. Guest Blogger for On The Environment, Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy.
Galperin, JU and SE Kuebbing. 2013. Eating Invaders: Managing Biological Invasion with Fork and Knife? Natural Resources & Environment, Vol 28. No 2.
Kuebbing SE, JU Galperin, and MA Nuñez. 2013. Book Review: Jackson Landers, Eating Aliens. Biological Invasions15:2811-2813.
Kuebbing S.2013. Like zombies, invasive species come in multiples. Science Chronicles, The Nature Conservancy. May Issue.
Pfennigwerth, A and S Kuebbing. 2012. Direct costs associated with invasive non-native plants in Tennessee. Wildland WeedsSummer/Fall Issue p 4-6.
Kuebbing S, D Dittrich-Reed, J Galperin, I Juric, and R Bernard. 2012. Evolution found uncontroversial. Letter to the Editor, The Daily Beacon.
Kuebbing S,D Simberloff and JA Lockwood. 2011. Opinion: Species Origins DO Matter! The Scientist.