Senior Fellow, By Courtesy - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; W. M. Keck Professor of Earth Sciences; Professor - Environmental Earth System Science
Senior Fellow, by Courtesy
Center for Ocean Solutions
Rob Dunbar's research interests link climate dynamics, marine science, and environmental policy and solutions. His research group works on topics related to global environmental change, with a focus on the hydrological cycle, air-sea interactions, tropical ecosystems, and polar biogeochemistry. His group also specializes in studies of climate change during the past 50 to 12,000 years. Our most productive archives for this work include the skeletons of long-lived corals from the tropics and from the deep sea as well as sediments from lakes and oceans. He uses chemical, isotopic, and morphological measurements of these materials to investigate past climate variability.
Selected Publications by this Author
Environmental Venture Projects
News & Press Releases
Stanford grad student Cassandra Brooks, who has explored Antarctica with Woods Senior Fellow Rob Dunbar, details latest icebreaker struggles
By Cassandra Brooks,
Features video by Cassandra Brooks, a PhD student with Stanford's Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment & Resources, on Antarctic voyage led by Senior Fellow Rob Dunbar.
By Sheena McKenzie,
Mentions Jeff Koseff, Stanford Woods Institute director, and Lida Teneva, a fifth-year Ph.D. student whose adviser is Woods Senior Fellow Rob Dunbar
By Anna Hallingstad,