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November 19, 2020 | Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
A new analysis of California’s Monterey Bay evaluates kelp’s potential to reduce ocean acidification, the harmful fallout from climate change on... Read More
November 18, 2020 | Water in the West
New Stanford research uses Zillow and census data combined with machine learning to identify residential water consumption based on housing... Read More
November 17, 2020 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
With a new administration set to move into the White House this January, hopes for bipartisan action on climate change are in the air. In a recent... Read More
stop sign with warning of extreme heat
November 13, 2020 | University of Miami
A new study, published in PLOS and partially funded by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment's Mentoring Undergraduates in... Read More
November 12, 2020 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
A little known virus may have a lot to teach us about dealing with COVID-19. Discovered 20 years ago, Nipah virus can spread from bats or pigs to... Read More
November 12, 2020 | Program on Water, Health & Development
Stanford postdoctoral scholar Laura Kwong rethinks public health interventions for diarrheal disease by looking at life through a child’s eyes.
November 10, 2020 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
When wolves returned to Yellowstone in 1995, no one imagined the predators would literally change the course of rivers in the national park through... Read More
November 9, 2020 | University of California, Santa Barbara
The black rats weren’t supposed to be there, on Palmyra Atoll. Likely arriving at the remote Pacific islet network as stowaways with the U.S. Navy... Read More
November 9, 2020 | Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
Using new high-resolution simulations, researchers conclude that climate change made the Cape Town ‘Day Zero’ drought five to six times more likely... Read More

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