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On April 11, the School of Earth Sciences held its annual Research Review, where graduate students and select undergraduates present and discuss their current work. It's a chance for the entire school to participate, interact, and collaborate across a broad range of disciplines. This event is organized and hosted by the Graduate Student Advisory Committee.

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Faculty and students at the Stanford School of Earth Sciences focus on meeting the needs of a growing population while protecting the planet's long-term life support systems. Our research and teaching address critical sustainability challenges, including energy, fresh water, food, climate change, natural hazards such as earthquakes and volcanoes, and understanding the changing Earth.


News & Events

Eric Dunham's group believes it has found a way to give victims a few more minutes to prepare for an impending tsunami. From Hemispheres Magazine.

Sally Benson has been appointed director of the Precourt Institute for Energy, a hub of energy research and education at Stanford University.

Greg Beroza was awarded the 2014 Beno Gutenberg Medal for his outstanding contributions to earthquake seismology. From European Geosciences Union.

Stanford scientists reconstructed the effects of an enormous 3.26-billion-year-old asteroid impact on Earth. From