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Dec. 10, 2012

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Stanford moving ahead with 50-year conservation plan

The federal government has published a final Habitat Conservation Plan and Environmental Impact Statement that constitute the next step in receiving approval for Stanford to begin implementing measures for protected species on campus.

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Researchers study the Baltic Crusades' ecological legacy

A multidisciplinary project seeks to understand the Eastern Baltic Crusades through the lens of ecology. Horses, for example, aided the Christians in battle, while the castles the Crusaders built decimated forests.

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Ehrlich warns of perfect storm of environmental woes

The magnitude and devastation of Hurricane Sandy is the latest example of how Earth systems are reacting to stresses created by human activities. Population biologist Paul Ehrlich believes that the decoupling of human and natural systems has presented a dire situation.

Campus Announcements

  • StanfordWho is getting more user friendly: Effective Tuesday, Dec. 11, StanfordWho will provide easy access to contact information for employees at Stanford Hospital and Clinics, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and the university. Those hoping to access information in the "Stanford view" will see a new screen and be prompted to log in with a SUNet or other ID and password provided by their organization. Visit the StanfordWho News & Updates website for details.
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What's the ORDER OF THE RISING SUN, GOLD RAYS WITH NECK RIBBON and what Stanford scholar will be wearing it? . . .

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