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Adam Voiland has been a science writer for NASA Earth Observatory since 2012. He covers a range of topics, though natural disasters, weather, climate change, human impacts, hydrology, wildfires, and volcanology are particular interests. In addition to reporting and editing Image of the Days and long-form feature stories, Voiland plays an active role in maintaining the Earth Matters blog and social media @NASAEarth.
Prior to joining EO, Adam was part of NASA’s Earth Science News team and a medical reporter for U.S. News & World Report. He earned a bachelor’s degree in geology from Brown University and a master’s in science writing from Johns Hopkins. You’ll often find him running, gardening, or hanging out with his two young children. He lives with his wife, an abstract painter, in Washington, D.C.