Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

APPLICATION – WOODS D.C. UNCOMMON DIALOGUE

The Stanford Woods Institute will be sponsoring two seminars, or Uncommon Dialogues, in Washington, D.C. in the 2016-17 academic year – one in the fall of 2016 and the second in the winter or spring of 2017.  The topics of the Uncommon Dialogues will be chosen based on faculty applications.

Woods will cover dialogue costs, including Stanford participant travel and the travel costs of other participants who cannot otherwise cover them.  Woods also will provide staff support for organizing the dialogue.

Selection Criteria  

- Clear linkage to a Woods’ focal area

- Urgency of the challenge or problem and the potential to contribute its solution

- Capacity to build and expand on Woods’ D.C. networks and relationships

- Level of interest and participation by Stanford faculty

- Availability of other funding sources

In 200 Words or less briefly describe the dialogue topic you are proposing
Briefly explain the policy relevance or the policy challenge the dialogue will help inform
Please list all Stanford and/or Woods affiliated individuals who would be invited or intend to participate in the dialogue
Please provide examples of key individuals, organizations or agencies who would be invited to participate
Please provide approximate date dialogue would be held, duration (number of hours/days), and any additional details of note

Publications

Published Work
Temporal variability in thermally-driven cross-shore exchange: the role of semidiurnal tides »

May 22, 2018 -

An immune clock of human pregnancy »

September 1, 2017 -

Pursuing water Security »

July 27, 2017 -

Package ‘demogR’ »

April 4, 2017 -

Mapping Ecosystem Services »

March 30, 2017 -

A Novel Cardiotoxic Mechanism for a Pervasive Global Pollutant »

January 31, 2017 -

An Environmental Call to Action »

January 1, 2017 -

The growing role of methane in anthropogenic climate change »

December 12, 2016 -

Projecting Forward »

November 1, 2016 -

Ecosystem Services »

March 19, 2016 -

IPCC expert meeting on detection and attribution related to anthropogenic climate change »

February 27, 2016 -

Ecosystems of California »

February 25, 2016 -

The Power of Nature-Based Tourism »

February 15, 2016 -

Ecosystems of California »

January 19, 2016 -

The Global Methane Budget: 2000–2012, Earth Syst. Sci. Data Discuss »

January 2, 2016 -

The Global Methane Budget: 2000–2012, Earth Syst »

January 2, 2016 -

Reaching Peak Emissions »

December 7, 2015 -

Debunking the Climate Hiatus »

September 17, 2015 -

Nature as Capital »

June 16, 2015 -

Betting on Negative Emissions »

September 21, 2014 -

Water in the West »

January 1, 2014 -

U.S. Maize Adaptability »

July 26, 2013 -