We welcomed a new E-IPER staff member and Spring Joint MS cohort, awarded a PhD/MS Collaboration Grant, and celebrated another successful Joint MS Capstone Symposium. As always, we are also proud to present the accomplishments of our students and alumni.
Stanford Earth's Katharine Mach and E-IPER PhD student Miyuki Hino write about understanding and managing risk in a changing climate.
Stanford Earth researchers analyzed a pioneering California program to sell carbon offsets and found it has surprising environmental benefits — including providing habitat for endangered species — and provides lessons for initiatives under development in other states and countries.
Stanford researchers are exploring how corals that re-colonized Bikini Atoll after nuclear bomb tests 70 years ago have adapted to persistent radiation. Their work is featured in a PBS series.
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