March 2019
Stanford Earth Matters
Stanford Earth Matters magazine curates research from across Stanford on topics including oceans, food and agriculture, evolution, the dynamic Earth, and more.

What can machine learning tell us about the solid Earth?

Volcanic ash

The effects of climate change on water shortages


Q&A: The dollars and sense of big batteries on the grid


Inside a quest for a better brick

"Not many places on Earth experience this kind of seismicity and volcanism, while being an ancient town and functioning as a modern society.”
Freshwater Resources
Human Dimensions and Sustainability
Natural Hazards
How do plants alter weather and climate? What's behind earthquakes in Oklahoma? Find short answers to big questions in our "Know Your Planet" video series.
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