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Julia Rosen

Julia Rosen is a science reporter for the Los Angeles Times writing from Portland, Ore. She became a journalist after getting her PhD in geology, and was an AAAS Mass Media Fellow at The Times in 2014. After that, she worked as a freelancer, covering earth and environmental science, and what happens when science and society collide. Her writing has appeared in Nature, Science, High Country News, National Geographic and many other publications.
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