Video

“Researchers want Alaskans to be on the lookout for ticks.” KTVA. 26 May 2020.

“Researchers hunt for tick in Anchorage parks.” KTVA. 20 June 2019.

“Chancellor Sandeen on UAA’s involvement in the Anchorage Climate Action Plan.” University of Alaska-Anchorage. 16 May 2019.

“Research tracking tick increase in Alaska.” KTUU. 15 April 2019.

“Investigating the ecology of a deadly virus.” Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 6 June 2013.

Radio

“Soldotna planning ahead for climate change.” Central Kenai Peninsula Public Radio. 20 May 2020.

“Surprise. Alaska as ticks, and more are on the way.” Alaska Public Media. 3 October 2019

“NCAR, CDC researching weather as a West Nile predictor.” National Public Radio. 11 May 2015.

“Rain with a chance of West Nile: Weather could predict outbreaks.” (podcast) NSF Live Science. 27 August 2015.

Print

“Ticks – and tick-borne risks – are creeping north to the Arctic as the climate warms.”  Arctic Today. 14 April 2021.

“UAA study probes unseen effects of Swan Lake Fire.” KDLL National Public Radio. 24 September 2020.

“Of Note: The Municipality of Anchorage climate action strategy.” Anchorage Press.11 November 2019.

“Alaska just had the most ridiculous summer. That’s a red flag for the planet.” CNN. 10 September 2019.

“The Climate Action Plan can change Alaska’s environmental future.” The Northern Light. 2 September 2019.

“Climate action in Anchorage and opportunities to help.” Echo Magazine. 6 June 2019.

“Anchorage Climate Action Plan adopted by Anchorage Assembly as City’s roadmap.” Municipality of Anchorage Press Release. 22 May 2019.

“Anchorage’s Climate Action Plan brings out broad community support.” Alaska Public Media. 22 May 2019.

“Anchorage adopts Climate Action Plan.” Alaska Public Media. 22 May 2019.

“The Anchorage Assembly is set to vote on the city’s Climate Action Plan. Here’s what it would do.” Anchorage Daily News. 19 May 2019.

“New Anchorage climate plan class for 80 percent cut to emissions by 2050.” Alaska Public Media. 6 May 2019.

“Hand-in-hand: How UAA and the Municipality of Anchorage are collaborating to create the city’s Climate Action Plan.” Green and Gold. 30 April 2019.

“Tick, tick, tick: Alaska braces for invading parasites.” The Associated Press. 17 April 2019.

“Municipality of Anchorage releases draft Climate Action Plan for public comment.” The Anchorage Press. 5 March 2019.

“Bridging the gap between classroom and real life.” Green and Gold. 22 January 2019.

“Housing? Shops? Gardens? Ideas swirl for former Anchorage hospital site overlooking Ship Creek.” Anchorage Daily News. 8 November 2018.

“Could Native Hospital site become an urban farm?” KTVA. 9 August 2018.

“More ticks are being reported in Alaska. Researchers want to know how dangerous they are.” Anchorage Daily News. 27 July 2018.

“Are there ticks in Alaska?” The Cordova Times. 26 July 2018.

“A needle in a haystack: UAA researchers are on the hunt for ticks in Alaska.” Green and Gold. 26 July 2018.

“Here’s really where Zika mosquitoes are likely in the U.S.” NPR. 13 June 2016.

“Warmer weather marks worse West Nile seasons.” Weather.com. 11 May 2015.

“NCAR researcher Micah Hahn sees weather forecasting as means to predict West Nile.” Boulder Daily Camera. 9 May 2015.

“Hot year? Watch out for West Nile.” NBC. 8 May 2015.

“Scientists find a way to predict West Nile outbreaks.” Time. 8 May 2015.

“Biting back: scientists aim to forecast West Nile outbreaks.” University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. 7 May 2015.

“Hahn recognized for early career contributions in ecology and health.” Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. 29 August 2014.

“Sweet and Deadly: Bat-borne virus brews in Bangladesh’s date palm pots.” QUEST: The Science of Sustainability. 27 May 2014.

“Intense human settlement and forest disruption linked to virus outbreak.” University of Wisconsin News. 10 December 2013.

“Dangerous viruses: New weapons against new foes.” The WhyFiles. 17 October 2013.

“Student research: Micah Hahn seeks environmental clues to deadly virus outbreaks.” Nelson Institute on the Environment feature story. 2 August 2011.

“Report shows $1.5 billion annual impact of bicycling in Wisconsin.” Wisconsin State Journal. 1 February 2010.