National Science Foundation (11 January 2011) press release describing the latest project utilizing the DOW network, the Lake-Effect Project taking place in Upstate New York
A fly-low.com (August 2010) article about the 2010 Rocky Mountain Regional Fly-In, at which the list of guest speakers included Joshua Wurman
TheCurrentEvents.com's (31 May 2010) Vol. 9, Issue 17 features a discussion of the second leg of the VORTEX2 field campaign.
National Science Foundation (27 April 2010) article describes the second installment of the VORTEX-2 field campaign
A New Scientist (27 February 2010) article, "Storm Chaser," goes inside and behind-the-scenes of the 5 June 2009 intercept of a tornado by the VORTEX2 scientists.
A (1 June 2009) article, "Unraveling twisters' turns," from The Denver Post focuses on the collective project to study tornadogenesis, VORTEX2. (You will need a PSD viewer software to view these items.) Page 2
National Science Foundation (5 May 2009) press release regarding the VORTEX-2 project and a discussion of the V2 Field Blog
In the (May 2009) issue of Discover, Leora Frankel continues to offer readers a behind-the-scenes look at the scientific missions to study tornadoes, including VORTEX2, in her article, "Funnel Vision." (You will need a PSD viewer software to view these items.) Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6
This (April 2009) issue of Ithacation, the Cornell Chapter of the American Meteorological Society's newsletter, discusses the 34th Annual Northeastern Storm Conference in Springfield, MA, at which Joshua Wurman was the keynote speaker
The Washington Post's (20 April 2009) article, "Tornado-Chasing Project Aims to Improve Forecasts" describes the upcming VORTEX2 field project.
A Washington Post article from (20 April 2009), describing the VORTEX-2 project.
A Discover Magazine (10 April 2009) article discussing the specifics behind VORTEX-2
Scientific American's (7 April 2009) online slide show "Slide Show: 10 Important Atmospheric Science Experiments", including the VORTEX-2 field campaign
Publicity for the (27 February - 1 March 2009) Colloquium 2009: Weather or Not includes mention of a presentation given by Joshua Wurman, as well as gives a brief biography of the researcher. (You will need a PSD viewer software to view these items.)
The Sally Ride Science series presents Totally Amazing Careers in Earth Sciences (2008), featuring a discussion of Joshua Wurman's career in the field of atmospheric science. (You will need a PSD viewer software to view these items.) Table of Contents Pages 22-23
This excerpt from a (October 2008) issue of United's Magazine contains a mention of the "Storm Chasers" television show (Discovery Channel). (You will need a PSD viewer software to view these items.) Advertisement
This New York Times (19 September 2008) article continues to cover the damage left in the wake of Hurricane Ike. (You will need a PSD viewer software to view these article.) Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8
National Science Foundation (17 September 2008) press release for the Hurricane Ike deployment
An article (5 June 2008) from The Marysville Advocate, "Storm chasers blwo in ahead of storm," features Joshua Wurman and the staff members from CSWR, who were in the area in anticipation of severe weather. (You will need a PSD viewer software to view these article.) Page 1