When Arianna Gleason and Wendy Mao applied the same
amount of pressure to iron that they think it’s under at the center of
the earth — about three million times as much pressure as at sea level —
it was surprisingly soft.
Stanford researcher calls for policymakers to implement a management plan quickly
At Stanford's TedX, Earth Sciences PhD candidates Michael Osborne
and Miles Traer look at the world through 'Anthropocene goggles'
Adam Brandt suggests that it might be more fruitful to push for policies like a carbon tax
The Science at the Edge of the Sea blog features the invasive European green crab as a model thermal adaptation
In his most recent blog for Scientific American, energy resources engineering grad student Scott McNally addresses the energy return on investment for oil sands.
PhD student Zachary Brown re-examines the population explosion of Alaska's walleye pollock
Earth Systems student Graciela Watrous makes a case for regulating and marketing GMOs
Sally Benson was among the researchers studying the Wyoming site.
Adam Brandt is credited for his extensive work to characterize unconventional fossil fuels
With 50 percent of the fish we eat produced by aquaculture, PhD student Dane Klinger takes an interdisciplinary approach to identifying optimal offshore locations
Mark Zoback to science writers: it's complicated, it needs to be done properly and it needs to be regulated.
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