Marsha Walton is a science, technology and environment writer and producer.
Along with her stories for NSF, she works on the conservation series "This American Land," that airs on many public television stations. She also produces sustainability stories for "Planet Forward" at The George Washington University.
She has written for Mother Nature Network, Women's eNews, and is especially interested in oceanography, global warming and natural resources issues.
Marsha worked at CNN for 16 years, covering the dot com boom and bust, the Mars rover landings, and numerous space shuttle missions. She worked with CNN meteorologists in the field to cover hurricanes, tornadoes, and climate change.
Marsha has degrees from Northwestern University and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.