Noah Diffenbaugh is one of 13 climate science experts who created the What We Know campaign, aimed at communicating the reality, risk and response of climate change to the public.
Kate Maher and Page Chamberlain have modeled how the topography and rock composition of a landscape affects the process by which carbon dioxide is transferred to oceans and eventually buried in Earth’s interior.
Robert Jackson says the old, decaying cast-iron pipes that transport natural gas beneath many cities are disasters waiting to happen.
An increase of more than two degrees Celsius in average global temperature is likely to cause yields of wheat, rice and maize to fall throughout the 21st century. Early adaptation could increase projected yields by up to 15 percent.
Using measurements and computer simulations, researchers seek answer to the question: Is climate change behind the state's dry spell?
NSF-funded California Alliance includes Stanford, UC Berkeley, Caltech and UCLA
Robert Jackson and his team discovered 5,893 methane gas leaks beneath the nation's capital.
Prof. Rob Dunbar will deliver the Winter Quarter Earth Matters Lecture thru Stanford's Continuing Studies Program in Cubberley Auditorium. Admission is free.
Based in Spain, the BBVA Foundation selected Prof. Chris Field to receive its Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Climate Change
Grad student Daniel Swain explains the role of a persistent mass of warm air over the north Pacific Ocean, which he's dubbed the "ridiculously resilient ridge", in California's extreme dry spell.