Media release: “Burning Questions – Drought detectives examine how Australian forests will cope with a hot, dry and fiery future.” Future Makers, published by Nature research custom media. Feature and cover story of Issue 5, October 2021.

Press release: “Tea trees crave water during hot and dry summer days” Fresh Science, 11 Feb 2020.

News article: “With drought, mistletoe could be a forest’s kiss of death.” Beverly Banks, E&E News, 18 Dec. 2019. https://www.eenews.net/greenwire/stories/1061845105/print (last visited 8 Jan 2020).           

Press Release: Heat tips forest from CO2 sink to source. TERN newsletter, 3 Oct. 2019. (last visited 3 Oct. 2019).

ECA/MCA Academic Advisory Group (since 2019), Western Sydney University.

FLUXNET Young Scientist Profile – Anne Griebel, 11 April 2019. (Interview with Housen Chu).

ECR workshop series (2018 – 2019), Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University. (Lead organizer and primary convener).

Citizen science project (2018): Dead Tree Detective “Is it mistletoe?”, Atlas of Living Australia. https://biocollect.ala.org.au.

Podcast episode (2018): “Mistletoe and Mortality”, Science in a cup.

News article (2017): “The mistletoe of the future could kill more trees” Environmental Research Web, 19 Dec. 2017. http://environmentalresearchweb.org/cws/article/news/70735 (last visited 17 Jan 2018).

Press Release (2017): “Mistletoe is “kiss of death” to drought-stressed trees”. AGU press office, 11 Dec. 2017. https://news.agu.org/press-release/agu-fall-meeting-mistletoe-is-kiss-of-death-to-drought-stressed-trees/ (last visited 17 Jan 2018, reprinted by e.g. Science Newsline, Technology breaking news, Scimex and others).

Organization and hosting of the OzFlux annual meeting from 6-15 Nov. 2017, which included the OzFlux data processing workshop, the OzFlux field excursion, the OzFlux conference and the TERN-Supersites meeting.

External science communicator for TERN-SuperSites (Steering Committee member, 2016 – 2019).

Presentation at Department of Envionment and Primary Industries Science Symposium on “Seasonal growth dynamics of temperate eucalypt forests”, 6 Nov. 2015, Melbourne, Australia.

Newspaper article: “Lasers check the pulse of Wombat Forest”. The Age & Sydney Morning Herald, 25 May 2013. http://www.smh.com.au/national/lasers-check-the-pulse-of-wombat-forest-20130524-2k6wv.html (last visited: 25 May 2015).

Conference, workshop and session organization:

Conference session on: Surface-Atmosphere Interactions: Advances in Analysis and Scaling of Surface-Atmosphere Fluxes. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 9-13 Dec. 2019, San Francisco, California, USA (primary convener, co-chair, OSPA liaison).          

Workshop session on: Scale-aware flux data products and integration with remote-sensing data. Eddy4R workshop, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10-14 Dec. 2018, Washington D.C., USA.

Conference session on: Process Understandings. OzFlux-AsiaFlux joint conference, 20-26 Aug. 2018, Darwin, Australia. (session chair).

TERN-SuperSites meeting on 15th Nov. 2017, Sydney, Australia. (Host and co-organizer).

TERN-OzFlux conference from 13-14th Nov. 2017, Sydney, Australia.  (Host, co-organizer and session chair).

TERN-OzFlux field trip to the Cumberland Plain flux tower and TERN-SuperSite on 12 Nov. 2017, Sydney, Australia. (Host, co-organizer and primary convener).

TERN-OzFlux data processing workshop from 6-10 Nov. 2017, Sydney, Australia. (Host, co-organizer and session chair).

Conference session on: Conceptual frames and research strategies for integrated studies of adaptation to drought. XXIV IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 Oct. 2014, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. (Convener and session chair).