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September 13, 2022 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
A new Stanford University-led study in Costa Rica reveals that restoring relatively narrow strips of riverfront forests could substantially improve... Read More
Anderson Jean
September 12, 2022 | Stanford News Service
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Stanford’s top environmental prize, which recognizes unsung global sustainability heroes around the world.
September 7, 2022 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
The Tule River Reservation in the foothills of California’s Sierra Nevada mountains may not look much like the flat farmlands of Lowndes County,... Read More
Hopkins Marine Station as seen from the Monterey Bay.
September 1, 2022 | Stanford News Service
A beacon of ocean research for over 100 years, Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove has a storied history. This fall, it enters a new... Read More
August 30, 2022 | Water in the West
A Stanford University study analyzes water transactions that leave water in the river, and shows how they could be scaled up to avert cuts for major... Read More
Matt McCoy with an octopus at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, MA.
August 26, 2022 | Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute
Ocean-dwelling, otherworldly, and intelligent, the bobtail squid possesses a brain that is complex yet very different from our own.
August 25, 2022 | Stanford Department of History
Woods fellow will use major National Science Foundation grant to study poetic landscape depictions of England’s Lake District and survivor... Read More
August 23, 2022 | Stanford News Service
A five-week course tests the mental and physical limitations of six up-and-coming scientific divers as they learn about the ecology and conservation... Read More
Samantha Andrzejaczek, a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station, (second from right) tagging a tiger shark. (Image credit: Alex Kydd)
August 19, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Researchers compiled the largest set of biologging data revealing how 38 species of sharks, rays, and skates move vertically in oceans around the... Read More

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