Acid rain and ozone depletion from pulsed Siberian Traps magmatism (Black et al., Geology, 2014)

Research Highlight in Nature

Science Magazine: Coverage of AGU Fall Meeting talk

My essay on Siberian volcanism and the end-Permian extinction, broadcast on NPR's Academic Minute

NBC News: Coverage of AGU Fall Meeting talk

Chemistry World: Acid rain and ozone loss

Astrobiology Magazine: Siberian volcanism

German Public Radio: The largest mass extinction

International Business Times: Earth's mass extinction mystery solved?

Daily Mail: Rain as acidic as lemon juice

MIT News press release

Carnegie press release

Eroding Titan's river valleys (Black et al., J. Geophys. Res., 2012)

Research highlight in Nature Geoscience (PDF version)

MIT News Office: River networks on Titan point to a puzzling geologic history

IO9: What strange geological processes created Titan's oddly smooth surface?

Wired: Titan's rivers have surprisingly little erosion

Yahoo: Saturn's Moon Titan May Have Seen Earth-Like Erosion

CIFAR: New analysis reveals erosional history of Titan, Saturn's largest moon

Volatile Degassing from the Siberian Traps (Black et al., EPSL, 2012)

MIT News Office: January 2012. "An eruption-fueled extinction?"

Wired Science: December 2010. "Massive Volcanism May Have Caused Biggest Extinction Ever."