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Academic Tracks

Undergraduates students focus their studies in one of six tracks: Anthrosphere; Biosphere; Energy, Science & Technology; Land Systems; Sustainable Food and Agriculture; or Oceans.

Advising Program

One on one advising is a hallmark of the Program. Come meet with a friendly and knowledgeable student advisor, the Student Services Manager, or someone on the Earth Systems leadership team to discuss your academic plans.

Making A Difference

Earth Systems alumni are highly competitive in the job market and find fulfilling, impactful positions throughout the world.

Public Service Scholars

Andrea Martinez (Earth Systems BS '16, MS '16)

Congratulations to Autumn 2015-16 Earth Systems Public Service Scholars!

November 23, 2015


(Photo of Earthsys 163E Mock COP)

Paris. France. 2015.
At the end of November, representatives from over 195 nations will gather in Paris to seek a new global agreement on climate change. An observer delegation from Stanford University, including 30 undergraduate and master's students, will join the proceedings to witness the debates and document people's hopes, worries, plans & dreams for a more sustainable planet.

November 24, 2015

As Earth's population grows toward a projected 9 billion by 2050 and climate change puts growing pressure on the world's agriculture, researchers are turning to technology to help safeguard the global food supply.

A research team, led by Kaiyu Guan, a postdoctoral fellow in Earth system science at Stanford's School of Earth, Energy, & Environmental Sciences, has developed a method to estimate crop yields using satellites that can measure solar-induced fluorescence, a light emitted by growing plants. The team published its results in the journal Global Change Biology.

Undergraduate researchers pursue issues of food and soil while dodging tornadoes at Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences.

November 4, 2015

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