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Pam Matson
Pam Matson presenting
trees in the Southern Sierra
Tenea Nelson
Page Chamberlain
jumping salmon
view of earth from space
Bird. Image credit: Daniel Karp
Cold drink next to a stack of books
Tom Koos riding a Stanford Earth bike
Jackie Botts Whitley Scholar
weather dopler
Sherri Public Service
Sarah backpacking
Stanford biologist Gretchen Daily is senior author of a study of how China has increased the value of its ecosystems in part by carefully managing select agricultural activities. Here, a farmer works in a field surrounded by the steeply sloped karst mountains near Yangshuo. (Image credit: Stacie Wolny)
Clare Public Service
Researchers from Stanford’s Center for Ocean Solutions are among scientists who have discovered 15 “bright spots” around the world where more fish than expected are thriving on coral reefs. (Image credit: Tane Sinclair-Taylor)
Bob Coleman
Pamela Matson at Stanford Earth commencement
Two students holding their awards
point reyes headlands
cloud seeding planes
Rodolfo Dirzo
Stanford climate change discussion panelists
Stanford Daily logo
power lines
Five geologists and their dog
Bill Nye
Carbon Dioxide leaking out of a gas hose
Man smiling
National Academy of Sciences seal
Students at the temples of Angkor Wat
2016 Research Review winners
Geologists sitting around a table
India coal miners
phase changing nanoparticles
African women carry heavy jerry cans filled with water.
Aliso Canyon methane leak
USGS map of Japan quake
Scientist standing on top of a mountain
Scanning electron microscope image of nanoparticles on a grain of sand
interior of the Flower Dome at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay