Stanford ecologist Hal Mooney was 18-years-old and taking a break from working as a “mess boy” aboard a Norwegian cargo ship when inspiration struck.
Corals can persist if nations control emissions, new research shows.
A simple recording of a mosquito’s buzz on a cellphone could contribute to a global-scale mosquito tracking map of unprecedented detail.
With a new web-scraping and search algorithm and real water utility data, Stanford researchers have shown a relationship between media coverage of... Read More
Plastics are inexpensive and pervasive, but also degrade slowly and damage critical ecosystems. Stanford chemist Robert Waymouth discusses changes in... Read More
Woods Senior Fellow Gretchen Daily is collecting the Blue Planet Prize in Tokyo for her work promoting practical conservation by revealing the value... Read More
Stanford undergraduate students reflect on experiences with a unique program that supports interdisciplinary environmental research during the summer...
This week the EPA moved to roll back the Obama-era Clean Power Plan. Stanford legal and economic experts discuss this move and what it means for... Read More
With abundant data on plants, large animals and their activity, and carbon soil levels in the Amazon, Stanford-led research suggests that large... Read More