Despite spending countless hours of her Ph.D. at Stanford making visits to remote stretches of Alaska, poring over yellow cedar measurements and photos and ultimately publishing her findings, Lauren Oakes was about to experience her data in a new way.
What did the Western United States look like in the Cenozoic Era? How do the Rocky Mountains affect Europe’s climate? Generation Anthropocene dives into deep time with Stanford paleoclimatologist Page Chamberlain.
Scientists, journalists and editors at Climate Central offered tips, tools, strategies and best practices to Stanford students throughout their “Communicating Climate Change: Navigating stories from the frontlines” course.
Over the weekend of May 21 and 22, the 15 students enrolled in the spring quarter offering of GS 191: “SE3 Field Trips” trekked to Point Reyes National Seashore, where they observed the geology of the California coast and the San Andreas Fault.