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Video: Global Warming's Impact on Premium Wines

By 2040, the amount of land suitable for cultivating premium wine grapes in high-value areas of northern California could shrink by 50 percent because of global warming, according to a study by Stanford climate scientist Noah Diffenbaugh.

Video: Stanford scientists predict permanently hotter summers

Large areas of the globe are likely to warm up so quickly that by mid-century the coolest summers will be hotter than the hottest summers of the past 50 years, according to a study co-authored by Noah Diffenbaugh, assistant professor of environmental Earth system science and center fell at the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University.

Video: Global warming's impact on wine, corn industries

Understanding how global warming altered the lifecycles of plants and animals in the past can provide important insights about the impact of climate change in the future, says Stanford scientist Noah Diffenbaugh.

Video: Stanford Athletics "How I Spent My Summer"