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November 14, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Analysis finds that dammed reservoirs could store more than 50% of the water needed to irrigate crops without depleting water stocks or encroaching... Read More
November 10, 2022 | Stanford School of Engineering
New research shows treated wastewater can be more dependable and less toxic than common tap water sources including rivers and groundwater.
November 9, 2022 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
One of the key topics that world leaders are debating at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Egypt is how nations can more quickly and effectively... Read More
November 8, 2022 | Stanford News Service
American beaver populations are booming in the western United States as conditions grow hotter and drier. New research shows their prolific dam... Read More
November 8, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Federal subsidies promote planting cover crops to store carbon in agricultural soils, among other benefits, but the approach as currently practiced... Read More
November 2, 2022 | Stanford News Service
International negotiators will meet in Egypt this Sunday for the latest U.N. climate change conference. Stanford experts in a range of fields discuss... Read More
November 2, 2022 | Stanford Earth Matters
Climate change and decades of fire suppression have fueled increasingly destructive wildfires across the western U.S. and Canada. Stanford scholars... Read More
November 1, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Analysis of ocean plastic pollution and whale foraging behavior tracked with noninvasive tags shows whales are ingesting tiny specks of plastic in... Read More
October 27, 2022 | Stanford News Service
Based on new analyses of satellite data, scientists have found that hydrologic conditions that increase flash drought risk occur more often than... Read More