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The Washington Post (Oct 15). On sizzling summer days, Northeast D.C. heats up the most, NOAA analysis shows.
The Oregonian (Aug 28). Portland weather hot spots: Temperatures can vary as much as 20 degrees by neighborhood.
NOAA Research News (Aug 27). High temperatures bring citizen scientists to map the hottest places in D.C. and Baltimore.
Portland Tribune (Aug 8). Hot or not?
Oregon Public Broadcasting (May 7). Portland scientists to study local threat from diesel exhaust.
Business Insider (Sep 30). Why one region of the US will survive climate change better than any other, according to urban planners.
KATU News Portland (Aug 27). Learn Portland's roots through new PSU tree history project.
FOX 12 Oregon (Aug 1). Portland using 'heat island' map as tool to combat scorching temps.
The Register-Guard (Aug 20). Researchers scout out Eugene's hottest spots.
KMTR News Eugene (Aug 19). Researchers spend day mapping heat in Eugene area.
Smithsonian Magazine (Aug 18). This new mapping tool shows city planners where to plant trees.
Oregon Public Broadcasting (Jul 29). Where are Portland's hottest, most polluted areas?
GoLocalPDX (Jun 30). Portland's plans to protect residents most vulnerable to heat waves.