Notice: Undefined offset: 9 in /home/erikvance/public_html/index.php(4) : eval()'d code(1) : eval()'d code on line 133 Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER in /home/erikvance/public_html/index.php(4) : eval()'d code(1) : eval()'d code on line 139 Erik Vance | Science writer and reporter - Part 4 erikVance Suggestible You Features Web Stories Multimedia About Me The Last Word on Nothing Project: Emptying the World’s Aquarium How Fireflies Are Keeping This Tiny Mexican Town Alive for National Geographic Published: August 24, 2017 In Nanacamilpa, a magical display of fireflies is attracting tourists by the thousands—now locals wonder how they can sustain the insect that brought them so much prosperity. Nieman Storyboard: “Scientists are quirky everywhere” for Nieman StoryboardPublished: December 2015 Biologist-turned-journalist Erik Vance on incorporating science into narrative stories TEDX: Chronic Pain – Shedding the Second Dark Age Published: September 26, 2017 Chronic Pain: Shedding the Second Dark Age Great White Mystery for National GeographicPublished: June 2016 Thanks to Jaws, they're the ocean's most iconic and feared fish. But we know surprisingly little about them. Why the Mexico City Earthquake Shook Up Disaster Predictions for Scientific American Published: September 21, 2017 Tuesday’s deadly quake did not come from the place many geologists thought would unleash the next “big one.” An Ocean Apart for Virginia Quarterly ReviewPublished: Spring 2015 Can two forces threatening the sustainability of sharks—the fishermen of Mexico and consumers in China—help the fish survive? Hugh and the Boobies for Hakai MagazinePublished: April 22, 2015 Like characters in a soap opera, boobies on a remote Mexican island cheat, kill, and jostle for power. Feeding the Billions for Scientific AmericanPublished: April 2015 How a small group of visionaries are trying to feed China—and save the world's oceans. Losing Maya Heritage to Looters for National GeographicPublished: August 8, 2014 Stolen artifacts are making it from the Guatemalan jungle to wealthy black-market buyers.