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Unique guttural howls provide an unrivaled glimpse into the heart of a volcanic eruption

July 16, 2013

Field recognized for "significantly increasing our knowledge of how life on Earth responds to climate change and what reactions can be anticipated between the biosphere and the atmosphere".

July 8, 2013

To prevent coal reefs around the world from dying off, deep cuts in carbon dioxide emissions are required, according to a study by scientists from Carnegie, Stanford and Institut Pierre Simon Laplace. (Photo: NOAA)

July 3, 2013

Committee including Assistant Prof. Noah Diffenbaugh says that tax policies targeting emissions directly could make substantial contribution to meeting climate change objectives

June 20, 2013

Earth Systems undergrad Andrew Miller explores altered marine communities in the shadow of Steinbeck

June 20, 2013

Ross Stein is a leader of the Global Earthquake Model which is building an open source digital network focused on seismic dangers. A geophysicist with the US Geological Survey, Stein received is PhD from Stanford in 1980.

June 20, 2013

Zoback is an expert on “induced seismicity” -- earthquakes triggered by human activity

June 20, 2013

Dean Pamela Matson encourages graduates to continue tackling the challenging resource and sustainability issues of the 21st century

June 17, 2013

"A prominent scientist loudly advocating for sweeping public policy changes," climate researcher Ken Caldeira is professor (by courtesy) in Environmental Earth System Science.

June 13, 2013

Public radio's California Report features new research by Geophysics Professor Eric Dunham. Related coverage appears on the KQED radio website.

June 5, 2013

Blogger Laura Lilly profiles a real-life wrangler at Stanford's Tuna Research and Conservation Center

June 4, 2013

The video produced by grad student Cassandra Brooks continues to captivate viewers.  To date it's received more than 580,000 views.

May 30, 2013