Ula Chrobak

Freelance writer and editor

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Some of my favorite pieces

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Why Experts Are Exploring Climbing as a Form of Therapy

Outside

Bouldering psychotherapy is gaining traction because the sport is unique in its easy access and ability to draw out emotions.

The real reason we're seeing more wildlife during the pandemic

Popular Science

Some animals may be changing their routines and territories, but we might just be noticing them more.

Threshold

Climbing magazine

Why some of us freeze off the deck—and how to push through this common fear

 
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A dangerous element

inquiry@UC Santa Cruz

Tracking the elusive biogeochemistry of mercury

Probiotics Might Not Do Much. Focus on Fiber Instead.

Outside

Dietary fiber contains prebiotics, compounds that boost the growth of beneficial bacteria

The Science of Rockfall

Climbing magazine

That fateful day in 2008 launched a decade of collaborative work between Stock, fellow geologists, and climbers.

 

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