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Stanford Earth Matters

A new way to grow crops in marginal soils may help feed the world

Farm

2015 Nepal earthquake offers clues about hazards

Researchers in Nepal

How the weathering of rocks cooled the Earth

Weathered rocks

Why hydrogen could improve the value of renewable energy

Wind turbine
“Industrial activities can increase the probability of triggering earthquakes before they would happen naturally, but there are steps we can take to reduce that probability.”
 
 
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