- The last permafrost in Hawaii, Office of Maunakea Management News, October 2017.
- Dwarf planet Ceres appears to be covered with hidden ice, by Fiona Macdonald, Science Alert, December 2016.
- Where is the ice on Ceres? New NASA Dawn Findings, by Elizabeth Landau, JPL News, December 2016.
- The dwarf planet Ceres has a dark secret, by Maddie Stone, Gizmodo, December 2016.
- Mars-like ice rediscovered in Hawaii volcano, but might not last, by Alice Klein, New Scientist, September 2016
- Dawn maps Ceres craters where ice can accumulate, by Elizabeth Zubritsky (Goddard), JPL News, July 2016 [external link]
- Permanent shadows on Ceres, NASA Goddard, July 2016 [YouTube]
- There's a massive, icy underworld hiding inside one of Hawaii's volcanoes, by Chris D'Angelo, HuffPost Science, January 2016
- The melting ice caves of Mauna Loa, by Nick Lee, Hawaii Public Radio, January 2016.
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- Looking for permafrost in Hawaii,
blog by Brian Shiro, June 2013
- Last Martian Ice Age still waning,
blog by rburnham, August 2012
- Slope streaks not becoming more common; survive for decades,
blog by rburnham, March 2012
- Mars als weißer Planet, by Guido Meyer, Deutschlandfunk (in German), September 2007
- Prickly City Comic Strip. Washington Post and Seattle Times, 24 September 2007
- Jeff Hecht. The ebb and flow of Martian ice. New Scientist Magazine, page 23, September 2007
- Mars, like Earth, has cyclical Ice Ages study says,
by Brian Handwerk, National Geographic News, September 2007
- Cambio climático: la evolución del clima en Marte
(in Spanish), September 2007
- Mars has had many, many ice ages,
by Nicholos Wethington, UniverseToday, September 2007
- Oliver Morton. Mars revisited. National Geographic Magazine, pages 2-31, January 2004
- Robert Burnham. A new type of martian landslide. Astronomy Magazine, page 30, November 2003
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Bibliography for the summit region of Mauna Kea
Bibliography for caves on the Hawaiian Islands