Research & Publications
Teaching & Advising
Newspapers, Newsletters, and Magazines
"Experts fear covid-19 pandemic will lead to more summer heat deaths."
Arizona Mirror. Interview with Margaret Wilder. Published on May 21, 2020.
"Desalination’s leftovers may negatively affect oceans and ecosystems"
ABC News, Inside Science series. Interview with Margaret Wilder. January 17, 2019.
"Arizona Considers Desalination Options for Future Water Supply"
Article published in Water Deeply (2018), about Arizona's debate over incorporating desalinated water into its long-term water supply planning.
"Border sewage breaks, hazards likely to worsen as accountability debated"
Interviewed for this article in the Arizona Daily Star, published on October 8, 2017.
“Minding the Climate Gap”
Short feature story on Wilder et al. Southwest climate gap study. Annual Report, 2014-2015, Institute of the Environment, University of Arizona, Tucson. Spring 2015.
“New Report Puts Hard Facts in the Hands of Water Policymakers.”
Interviews with R. Varady and M. Wilder. Tucson Weekly, May 3, 2012
“Team Identifies Water Vulnerability in Border Region.”
Interview with Margaret Wilder. UA (University of Arizona) News, April 17, 2012
“Water Vulnerability Plagues US Border Region.”
Article on SARP/IAI/CLIMAS case studies of water and climate vulnerability. Western Farm Press, April 23, 2012
AZ Star Article
Arizona Daily Star Newspaper Interview and Feature Story on NOAA-SARP Grant Award, October 23, 2008.
The coronavirus is a housing crisis and not just for the homeless
Kear, M. and M. Wilder. The coronavirus is a housing crisis and not just for the homeless. Arizona Daily Star 4/3/2020.
When the heat collides with a pandemic: Arizona heat could kill self-isolating due to coronavirus in mobile homes
Arizona Republic (featured front page of Sunday Viewpoints section). Kear, M., M. Wilder, P. Solis, D. Hondula and M. Bernstein. 5/4/2020.
Television and Radio
Border Wall and Environmental Impacts and Implications
Interview of Margaret Wilder by the staff of Congressman Raúl Grijalva, Chair, Natural Resources Committee, US House of Representatives. Social media. 8/28/2019.
New Study of the Border Region Takes a Look at Water
Interview of M. Wilder, R. Varady, and G. Garfin. Arizona Illustrated (KUAT-TV), May 10, 2012
Drought in the Colorado River Basin and Implications for Mexico
Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC) Radio Interview on “The Current.” Broadcast on July 18, 2007.