MEDIA COVERAGE FACULTY: Rodolfo Dirzo
Federal plans to complete a continuous wall along the U.S.-Mexico boundary would threaten the existence of numerous plant and animal species, Stanford researchers say.
Rodolfo Dirzo comments on the mass decline of invertebrate populations.
By James Hoodecheck,
Rodolfo Dirzo is mentioned in relation to the decrease in invertebrate species.
By Shannon Brennan,
Rodolfo Dirzo study looking into biodiversity and carbon retention in the atmosphere.
Study by Rodolfo Dirzo is mentioned in relation to the decline of flying insect biomass.
By Tibi Puiu,
By Christine Jackson,
Discusses research led by Senior Fellow Rodolfo Dirzo
By Joanna Rothkopf,
Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Rodolfo Dirzo, a Stanford biology professor, on risks linked to the loss and decline of animal species
Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Rodolfo Dirzo on the "vicious cycle" of large animal decline caused by humans' impacts on ecosystems
Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Rodolfo Dirzo on how animals play an important role in ecosystems that are now being threatened
By Doyle Rice,
Feature story on extinction study by Senior Fellow Rodolfo Dirzo
By Joel Achenbach,
Video and blog describe Senior Fellows Rodolfo Dirzo's findings that poaching of large mammals is leading to a disruption of carnivore and herbivore populations
By Andrew Dudley,
Mentions environmental consensus statement drafted by scientists including Stanford Woods Institute Senior Fellows Gretchen Daily, Rodolfo Dirzo, Paul Ehrlich, Elizabeth Hadly, Harold Mooney, Rosam
By Carolyn Lochhead,
Senior Fellow Rodolfo Dirzo discusses consensus statement on humanity's imperiled life-support systems
By Rodolfo Dirzo,
Describes research by Woods Senior Fellow Rodolfo Dirzo on how "the well-being of natural ecosystems including the animals, actually represents the well-being of humans as well"
By John Roach,