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CBS Detroit, August 2022, “Science of Weather: Meteotsunami”, https://cwdetroit.cbslocal.com/2022/08/17/science-of-weather-meteotsunami/ 

Quanta Magazine, April 2022, “Scientists Unravel How the Tonga Volcano Caused Worldwide Tsunamis”, https://www.quantamagazine.org/scientists-unravel-how-the-tonga-volcano-caused-worldwide-tsunamis-20220413/

Teach Me About the Great Lakes, June 2021, “A Million Little Triangles”, https://www.teachmeaboutthegreatlakes.com/34

EOS, May 2021, “Scientists Hope Atmospheric Modeling Can Predict Meteotsunamis”, https://doi.org/10.1029/2021EO158762

Chicago Tribune, April 2021. “More meteotsunamis occur on Lake Michigan than any other Great Lake. New research may lead to lifesaving warnings about the potentially destructive waves”, https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/environment/ct-meteotsunamis-lake-michigan-climate-change-20210406-bouuiosftje5fgqbfoihsaxhnq-story.html

The Weather Channel, April 2021. “Scientists Document First-Of-Its-Kind Meteotsunami On Great Lakes”, https://weather.com/science/nature/news/2021-04-02-meteotsunami-great-lakes-first-of-its-kind

CNN, March 2021. “Winter is vanishing from the deep waters of Lake Michigan”, https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/22/weather/climate-change-warm-waters-lake-michigan/index.html

Cottage Life Network, February 2021. “The Weather Files: Total Impact”, https://www.c21media.net/screenings/blueantinternational/the-weather-files-total-impact/16551/

Popular Science, May 2020. “The Great Lakes are higher than they’ve ever been, and we’re not sure what will happen next., https://www.popsci.com/story/environment/great-lakes-water-rise/

Bloomberg, March 2020. “Recent Great Lakes water highs, lows tied to climate change”. https://news.bloomberglaw.com/environment-and-energy/recent-great-lakes-water-highs-lows-tied-to-climate-change

Chicago Tribune, January 2020. “How climate change is affecting Lake Huron, all Great Lakes”, https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/environment/great-lakes/ct-lake-huron-climate-change-water-levels-20200109-oiw7nunhonh3hm2vg5lrfiimou-story.html

Weather Nation, April 2019. “NOAA Research Yields Better Lake-Effect Snow Forecasts”, https://www.weathernationtv.com/news/noaa-research-yields-better-lake-effect-snow-forecasts/

Chicago Tribune, April 2019. “Lake Michigan’s deadly ‘freak wave’ of 1954 is Chicago folklore. Turns out it was a meteotsunami. And they happen pretty often”, https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-met-lake-michigan-meteotsunami-waves-20190415-story.html

National Public Radio (The Environment Report), July 2018. “Scientists creating meteotsunami warning system for the Great Lakes”, http://www.michiganradio.org/post/scientists-creating-meteotsunami-warning-system-great-lakes

Environmental Monitor, July 2018. “Great Lakes meteotsunami experts hone in on big wave forecasts”

The Weather Channel, May 2018. “Two meteotsunamis form on Lake Michigan in one day”

AGU Ocean Sciences Press Conference, February 2018. “Meteotsunamis, an overlooked public safety hazard”, https://youtu.be/XG98gU5Iq4w

The Weather Channel, February 2018. “Great Lakes Threat: Meteotsunamis”

Cosmos Magazine, February 2018. “Prevalence and danger of little known tsunami type revealed”

Maclean’s Magazine, June 2017. “The little-known menace of Great Lakes tsunamis”

The Toronto Star, June 2017. “Tsunamis on the Great Lakes? Researchers are Looking Into It”

The Washington Post, January 2016. “What lurks beneath the Great Lakes? An oil pipeline that couldn’t get built today”

USA Today, December 2015. “Oil spill, high waves: A Great Lakes disaster scenario”

National Geographic, August 2014. “Driven by Climate Change, Algae Blooms Behind Ohio Water Scare Are New Normal”