Amanda Kolson Hurley
Amanda Kolson Hurley is a freelance journalist in the Washington, D.C., area. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, The Atlantic's CityLab, and many other publications.
Forest managers in cities need more data on climate change, pests, and other factors, and they spend much of their time and funding on invasive species.
Thus far the program has had its fair share of issues, but it could set the precedent for other areas vulnerable to an earthquake.
Scientists were surprised to find that this smart and solitary species had built a cephalopod city. But why?