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Studying primary production in the Arctic and Southern Oceans

September 16, 2012

Studying rock physics

September 16, 2012

Studying reservoir simulation

September 16, 2012

Studying seismic imaging

September 16, 2012

Studying carbon sequestration and geostatistics

 

September 16, 2012

Studying energy, climate change, and behavior

September 16, 2012

Studying arsenic in groundwater, Three Gorges Dam

September 16, 2012

Two weeks after 41 Stanford Olympians return home from London, one student-athlete will fly into the city, ready for his shot at gold.

August 22, 2012
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April 24, 2012

Increasingly, people do not marry, or marry later in life. What is the environmental impact of a single person? Is it true that the increase in single households means a larger environmental impact and that living with a family is more environmentally friendly? If so, how can singles diminish their footprint on the environment?

April 19, 2012

Stanford climate change science experts addressed the Stanford Women's Club of San Francisco in March and April 2012. Their presentations dealt with climate change impacts around the world, strategies for limiting climate change, and community engagement in the Bay Area. Speakers in the series are Pamela Matson, Naramore Dean of the Stanford School of Earth Sciences and Goldman Professor of Environmental Studies; Susanne Moser, research scientist at Stanford's Woods Institute for the Environment; Chris Field, professor of Environmental Earth System Science and Biology, and director of the Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution; and Sally Benson, professor of Energy Resources Engineering and director of Stanford's Global Climate and Energy Project.

April 11, 2012

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