At Stanford Earth, we develop the knowledge, talent, and leadership to understand the changing Earth and help solve the enormous resource and environmental challenges facing the world. We are committed to a collaborative, collegial, inclusive, and tolerant community.
Students assumed the roles of key players including oil company executives, environmental organization leaders, California state regulatory agency officials, state and local legislators, and royalty owners. Local business owners and nearby residents will voice their concerns about economic effects, health and safety.
Geophysics professor Biondo Biondi and graduate assistant Eileen Martin use fiber optic cables beneath Stanford's campus to create an earthquake monitoring network.
Noah Diffenbaugh weighs in on how a long drought and a record hot summer set the conditions for a brutal wildfire season.