Below are some examples of press my work has received in various news outlets:

 

Mars water and volcanism

Ceres cryovolcanism

The south pole of Mars, as imaged by NASA spacecraft.

2019 Geophysical Research Letters paper

Newsweek:  On Mars, underground volcanism could cause liquid water, scientists say

New Atlas: Liquid lake on Mars might be evidence that the Red Planet is still volcanically active

EOS:  Study suggests prospect of recent underground volcanism on Mars

Ahuna Mons, a proposed cryovolcano on Ceres from NASA's Dawn spacecraft.

2018 Nature Astronomy paper

National Geographic: Dozens of ice volcanoes found on nearby dwarf planet

Science News: The ghosts of nearly two dozen icy volcanoes haunt dwarf planet Ceres

Discover Magazine: Volcanoes of mud erupt from giant asteroid Ceres

2017 Geophysical Research Letters paper

Gizmodo:  This dwarf planet's freaky ice volcano might not be alone after all

Space.com: Lonely ice volcano on Ceres might have once had company

Popular Science:  Ceres' ice volcanoes might have oozed into oblivion

Mercury crust

Image of Mercury from NASA's MESSENGER mission

2017 Earth and Planetary Science Letters paper

Forbes:  Tiny Mercury likely has dense, thin planetary crust 

University of Arizona News: New estimates of Mercury's thin, dense crust

Newsweek: Mercury's crust thinner than previous estimate: just 16 miles deep

Co-authored work

Metal volcanism

National Geographic: Heavy-metal space volcanoes may have forged gem-studded meteorites

Universe Today: Metallic asteroids might have had volcanoes erupting molten iron

Gravity analysis of craters on the Moon

Science News:  Probes unveil three hidden blemishes on Moon's face

Space.com:  Newfound Moon craters point to asteroid puzzle

Space.com:  Moon's shattered crust could shed light on Earth life's origins

Lava and floods carve channels on Mars

EOS:  Tracing the steps of hydrothermal activity in Hrad Vallis, Mars

Climate signals in the topography of icy layers on Mars

EOS:  How Mars got its layered north polar cap

EOS:  Peeling back the layers of the climate of Mars