|Anne S Macfarlane||Faculty - Affiliated|
|William Greer Mackebee||Joint MS-JD student|
|Stuart A. Macmillan||Faculty - Affiliated|
|Rachael Madison||Student Svcs Specialist, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering||
|Leslie Magoon||Consulting Professor, Geological Sciencesemail@example.com|
|Musa, PhD Maharramov||Students - Graduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Katharine (Kate) Maher||Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences||Reactive transport modeling and environmental and/or isotope geochemistry||
|Gail Mahood||Professor of Geological Sciences||
Igneous petrogenesis and magmatic evolution of silicic magmas and physical evolution of related volcanic centers and subjacent plutons, volcanic hazards in eastern California and western Saudi Arabia, geochronology, extension-related magmatism, geoarchaeology
|Christine Maier||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Energy Resources Engineeringemail@example.com|
|Aloysius Inocentes Makalinao||University Student Department of Energy Resources Engineering Undergraduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Matt Alan Malkowski||Ph.D. Student in Geological and Environmental Sciencesemail@example.com|
|Abdulrahman Mohammad Manea||Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering||
|Justin S Mankin||Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resources||
Justin studies how climate change and climate variability affect people.
|Timothy Spencer Manley||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineering|
|Wendy Mao||Associate Professor of Geological Sciences and of Photon Science and, by courtesy, of Geophysics||
Understanding the formation and evolution of planetary interiors; experimental mineral physics; materials in extreme environments.
Green Earth Sciences Building
|Mark Marley||Consulting Professor, Geological Sciences||(650) 604-0805|
|Taylor Sparks Martin||University Student Department of Environmental Earth System Science Graduate|
|Janet Martinez||University Academic staff Law Teaching Sr Lecturer||
Janet Martinez focuses her research and consulting on the lawyer’s role in negotiation, domestically and internationally; conflict resolution system design; facilitation of public disputes, particularly in the fields of international trade and the environment; negotiation and consensus-building training; and negotiation curriculum development for clients in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
|Robin Maslin||Department Manager, Department of Earth System Science||
|Jennifer Mason||Assistant Director||
Manages the PhD admissions process, PhD financial aid, and PhD and Joint MS student degree progress.
Y2E2 Building, Suite 226
|Gilbert M Masters||Professor (Teaching) of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Emeritus||
Gil Masters works on energy efficiency and renewable energy systems as keys to slowing global warming, enhancing energy security, and improving conditions in underserved, rural communities. Although officially retired in 2002, he continues to teach CEE 176A: Energy-Efficient Buildings, and CEE 176B: Electric Power: Renewables and Efficiency.
|Michael Mastrandrea||Stanford Woods Institute Consulting Assistant Professor||
My research centers on scientific questions with political and societal implications and their accurate and effective translation for the general public and policy makers in particular. Specifically, my research focuses on climate vulnerability and impacts assessment as a tool for risk management of climate change. I also explore the implications of climate policy choices given the uncertainty inherent in future projections of climate change and climate impacts.
Yang and Yamazaki Environment & Energy Bldg, MC 4205
|Stephanie James||Administrative Associate, Department of Geological Sciences||
450 Serra Mall
|Pamela A Matson||Chester Naramore Dean of the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, Richard and Rhoda Goldman Professor in Environmental Studies and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute||
Her research addresses a range of environment and sustainability issues, including sustainability of agricultural systems; vulnerability of particular people and places to climate change; and global change in the nitrogen and carbon cycles. With multi-disciplinary teams of researchers, managers, and decision makers, she has worked to develop agricultural approaches that reduce environmental impacts while improving livelihoods and human wellbeing.
|Casey Maue||Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resourcesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jeremy Maurer||Ph.D. Student in Geophysicsemail@example.com|
|Gerald Mavko||Professor (Research) of Geophysics||
|Andreas Mavrommatis||Ph.D. Student in Geophysicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Douglas John McAdam||Ray Lyman Wilbur Professor||
Collective Action/Social Movements, Comparative and Historical Sociology, Political Sociology, Qualitative Methods, Race and Ethnicity
Bldg. 120 Room 138
|Kevin Matthew McCabe||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineering||Mitchell B51|
|Ryan Jeffrey McCarty||Ph.D. Student in Geological and Environmental Sciencesemail@example.com|
|Cynthia Natalie McClain||PhD Candidate Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences||
McClain investigates the distribution and coupled cycling of heavy metals (such as chromium) and nutrients (such as nitrogen) in groundwater and soils. These investigations explore how humans are changing elemental cycling on Earth by comparing pristine regions to areas influenced by agriculture, mining or development. Her research quantifies chemical transformations and physical flow of water, working toward a molecular-level understanding of field-scale environmental processes. McClain conducts field, laboratory and modeling studies using imaging, isotopic, x-ray, microbiological, statistical and data visualization techniques. She is currently researching groundwater quality in California’s Central Valley.
|Kevin Lynn McCormack||University Student Department of Geophysics Graduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Patrick McCullough||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineering|
|Sarah McCurdy||Masters Student in Earth Systemsemail@example.com|
|Daniel Anthony McFarland||Professor of Education and, by courtesy, of Sociology and of Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business||
My current areas of research concern social network analysis, organizations, sociology of knowledge/science, computational social science, microsociology, learning analytics, social ecology, and the sociology of education.
School of Education
|Michael D McGehee||Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Senior Fellow, by courtesy, at the Precourt Institute for Energy||
McGehee's research group studies organic semiconductors, nanostructured materials and solar cells.
476 Lomita Mall
|Tim McHargue||Consulting Professor, Geological Sciences||
The architecture of turbidite depositional systems and implications for petroleum reservoir performance through the study of 3D reflection seismic volumes, outcrops, and modern deep marine systems. Research includes rules based forward modeling, controls on architectural variation, and clastic sequence stratigraphy.
|Scott Robert McLaughlin||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineering||Multiphase flow in enhanced oil recovery, CO2 exsolution, Numerical firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Devin McMahon||Ph.D. Student in Environmental Earth System Science||Land-use change, climate change, soils and email@example.com|
|Kelly Marie McManus||Students - Graduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael O McWilliams||Professor of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Emeritus||
Tectonics, geochronology, thermochronology. Director, Stanford-USGS Ion Microprobe Laboratory
|Lauren Ann Megaw||University Student Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences Undergraduateemail@example.com|
|Yashar Mehmani||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Energy Resources Engineering||
|Kristian Meisling||Consulting Professor, Geological Sciences||
|Rob Meister||Joint MS-MBA firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Julio Hoffimann Mendes||Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering||
- Fusion of reservoir simulation and history matching
|Laura Meredith||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Earth System Science||
|Lynn Meskell||Professor of Anthropology||
Lynn's current research and teaching interests include a broad range of fields, including ethnography in South Africa, Egyptian archaeology, identity and sociopolitics, gender and feminism, and heritage ethics. Lynn views contemporary archaeology as an anthropology of the past, a contextual and nuanced engagement with ancient culture that mirrors the ethnographic project.
Dept. of Anthropology
|Dennis Michael||Manager CEES HPTC, Department of Geophysics - Geophysics||
Dept. of Geophysics
|Anna Marta Michalak||Environmental Earth System Science Associate Professor (by Courtesy)||
Our research interests focus on characterizing complexity and quantifying uncertainty in environmental systems with the goal of improving our understanding of these systems and our ability to forecast their variability.
|Fiorenza Micheli||University Faculty Hopkins Marine Station Professor||
Her research interests include species interactions and species-habitat relationships in marine communities, the direct and indirect effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances in the coastal marine environment, and the applications of community ecology to the conservation and restoration of marine ecosystems.
Hopkins Marine Station
|Margaret Milia||Sponsored Proj Administrator, Department of Geophysics - Geophysics||
Department of Geophysics
|Andrew Preston Miller||University Student Civil and Environmental Engineering Graduateemail@example.com|
|Dale T. Miller||University Faculty Graduate School of Business - Faculty Professor||
His research interests include the impact of social norms on behavior, the role that justice considerations play in individual and organizational decisions, and the conditions under which individuals and organizations abandon one course of action to pursue another.
Knight Management Building
|Elizabeth Miller||Professor of Geological Sciences||
Structural geology and tectonics. Evolution and deformation of continental crust and its sedimentary cover, plate tectonics and continental deformation, geochronology and thermochronology. Current interests in the Cordillera, northern circum-Pacific, Russia and Arctic regions.
Bldg. 320, Rm. 205
(650) 723-0847, (650) 723-1149
|Norman G Miller||Associate Professor of Medicine (PCOR), Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute and at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and Associate Professor, by courtesy, of Economics and of Health Research and Policy||
As a health and development economist based at the Stanford Medical School, my overarching focus is research and teaching aimed at developing more effective health improvement strategies for developing countries.
|Laurel Elizabeth Mills||Joint MS-JD firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Matthew Mills||Basic Life Science Research Associate, Earth System Science||
|Eryn Mills||Senior Event Planner, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences - Development/External Relations||
|Chven Mitchell||Masters Student in Geophysics||417a|
|Sumit Mitra||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineeringemail@example.com|
|J. Michael Moldowan||Professor (Research) of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Emeritus||
Organic geochemistry; study of molecular fossils (biomarkers) and their use in petroleum system analysis, reservoir characterization, environmental monitoring, molecular paleontology, global change. Studies of biodegradation and thermal cracking of petroleum by deep burial or catalytic alteration in deep-seated reservoirs.
GREEN EARTH SC 201
|Stephen G Monismith||Obayashi Professor in the School of Engineering and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment||
Hydrodynamics of lakes, estuaries, coral reefs, kelp forests and the coastal ocean
|Ian James Montgomery||Students - Undergraduate|
|Harold A Mooney||Paul S. and Billie Achilles Professor in Environmental Biology, Emeritus||
Harold Mooney has demonstrated that convergent evolution takes place in the properties of different ecosystems that are subject to comparable climates, and has pioneered in the study of the allocation of resources in plants.
HERRIN LABS RM 477
|Frances Moore||Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resources||
Fran's research focuses on projecting the rate and effectiveness of autonomous adaptation by farmers in order to understand the impact of climate change on future agricultural production and food security.
|Felicia Morales||Director of Facilities and Health & Safety, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences - Administration/Finance||
|Tara Moran||Social Science Science Research Associate, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment||
(650) 721-2421, (650) 724-4178
|Dylan Michael Moriarty||Students - Graduate|
|David Mucciarone||University Staff Environmental Earth System Science Lab Manager||
473 Via Ortega
|E. Marie Muehe||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Earth System Sciencefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tapan Mukerji||Associate Professor (Research) of Energy Resources Engineering and of Geophysics||
My students and I use theoretical, computational, and statistical models, to discover and understand fundamental relations between geophysical data and subsurface properties, to quantify uncertainty in our geomodels, and to address value of information for decision making under uncertainty.
|Siegrid Munda||Sponsored Proj Administrator, Department of Earth System Science|