March 2018

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Stanford Earth Matters
Stanford Earth Matters magazine curates research from across Stanford on topics including energy, natural hazards, food, freshwater resources, climate change, and others. Check out our new magazine home with easy-share social features.
DYNAMIC EARTH
diamonds

Tiny diamond anvils trigger change

'Molecular anvils' mark an advance for mechanochemistry, which may make chemistry more precise and green.
FRESH WATER
water main

Vague rules threaten groundwater

Inconsistent or vague definitions in state oil and gas regulations leave water supply vulnerable, study says.
CLIMATE CHANGE
smokestacks

A low-cost, fair U.S. climate policy

Economist Larry Goulder discusses federal climate policy tradeoffs for societal health and economic benefit.  
ENERGY
biomass

Potential for negative emissions

Biomass growing sites, CO2 storage and co-location could remove up to 110 million tons of U.S. emissions yearly. 
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