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February 18, 2021 | Stanford News Service
A new study reveals the lasting genetic impacts of increased isolation among different tiger subpopulations.
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February 15, 2021 | Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
February 9, 2021 | Stanford News Service
Stanford ecologists have conducted one of the most detailed and comprehensive analyses of plastic ingestion by marine fish and shown that the rate of... Read More
February 8, 2021 | Scope
Michele Barry writes about what low- and middle-income countries can teach high-income countries about how to respond to a pandemic.
February 3, 2021 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
New kinds of challenges require new kinds of leaders. The Earth Leadership Program (ELP), an innovative effort to train environmental scientists with... Read More
January 29, 2021 | Adapted from Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
Beyond the ski slopes, one of the most iconic symbols of the Alps are the alpine flowers. These plants are not only beautiful--they are also used in... Read More
January 28, 2021 | Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
James Holland Jones comments on his new research published in Nature Human Behaviour, which argues that the increasingly gendered division of labor... Read More
January 28, 2021 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
A new study demonstrates substantial changes in agricultural practices will be necessary to achieve the goals of the Paris climate accord, the 2015... Read More
January 27, 2021 | Stanford News Service
Students explored how vector-borne diseases have influenced history and found that they often most heavily impacted marginalized communities.