Past Media Coverage: 2017
As ocean animals swim past, they leave behind DNA. Now, scientists have shown these genetic clues can be used as forensic markers to accurately and easily survey marine life in complex deep-water environments.
Katharine Mach discusses "the unevenness of climate change impacts" as sea levels risen and hit Imperial Beach, California.
By Anne C. Mulkern,
Stanford's own Nuria Teixido is amount the 18 scientist who have been recruited to work for France in their Make Our Planet Great Again program.
By NEONLINE | IR,
Adam Pellegrini and Rob Jackson author a study looking into the amount of carbon and nitrogen that has been reduced in the savanna grasslands and broadleaf forests during frequent fires over the last decade.
By Sarah Derouin,
Scientists from Stanford University and the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have captured the first atomic-level images of finger-like growths, called dendrites that pierce the barrier between battery...
By Stephen Mraz,
Visiting scientist at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, Nuria Teixido was recently recruited into Macron’s Make Our Planet Great Again initiative lead by France.
By Elisabeth Pain,
Michael Wara is quoted on the cap-and-trade program.
By Stephen Frank,
A new study co-authored by Jeremy Goldbogen assesses the body composition of 32 shark species, looking at how buoyancy control is affected by their envirionment.
Michael Wara comments on an unexpected outcome of the successful California cap-and-trade program.
By Ben Bradford,
Mark Jacobson study on shifting to renewable energy and its benefits are mentioned.
By Andrew Simms,
Noah Diffenbaugh comments on new researching diving into the connection between drought in California and the loss of sea ice.
Michael Wara comments on the possibility for stricter carbon fees or cap-and-trade programs.
By James Temple,
Michele Barry comments on the need to increase the number of women in powerful positions within companies.
Leon Szeptycki comments on recent victory of groundwater rights to the Cahuilla Indians tribe of the West.
By Ian James,
As local agencies in California are creating plans to "ensure the sustainability of groundwater basins", water experts like Tara Moran are concerned that the inclusion of climate change as a factor within these layouts.
By Union of Concerned Scientists,
Scott Fendorf's new study looks into the connection between farming and greenhouse gas emissions.
By Zhou Xin,
Michael Wara Is quotes on California's 2016 drop in carbon emission.
By Emily Guerin,