Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

MEDIA COVERAGE FACULTY: Fiorenza Micheli

The wise man Trump should listen to »

August 10, 2017

George Shultz, who worked in the White House under the Ronald Reagan, talks about climate change, the nuclear crisis with North Korea an

By Mark Preston, CNN

Flu, asteroids pose more danger to humans than sharks, experts say »

June 25, 2017

Study by co-author Fiorenza Micheli is cited, explaining the low risks of shark attacks

By The Associated Press, Newsday

Kelp Could Be One of the Lone Sea Plant Survivors of Climate Change »

November 14, 2016

Fiorenza Micheli discusses surprising findings about kelp's ability to withstand stressors such as climate change.

By Katharine Gammon, Takepart

Hammerhead Shark Bites Kayaker's Leg Near Malibu »

September 5, 2015

Cites study on low risk of shark bites off California coast co-authored by Woods Senior Fellow Fiorenza Micheli.

By Angel Jennings, Los Angeles Times

What Are the Odds? Long, Most Likely »

August 14, 2015

Cites study on low risk of shark bites off California coast co-authored by Woods Senior Fellow Fiorenza Micheli

By Jo Craven McGinty, Wall Street Journal

Shark Attack Risk Is Down Sharply Since 1950 »

July 9, 2015

Discusses research co-authored by Woods Senior Fellow Fiorenza Micheli (Biology) showing a more than 90-percent drop in risk of shark attacks off

By Brian Clark Howard, National Geographic

Coral Reefs: The Seawall That Nature Built »

May 14, 2014

Woods-affiliated Professor of Biological Sciences Fellow Fiorenza Micheli explains findings that reefs serve as an effective first line of defense against incoming waves, storms and rising seas

By Michael Beck of The Nature Conservancy, National Geographic