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  1. Sep 8

    "An explosion of research" has posed hypotheses on how climate change could influence events, Noah Diffenbaugh says.

  2. Sep 7

    As global warming increases the odds of extreme weather events, how might the Bay Area prepare?

  3. Sep 7

    Noah Diffenbaugh and discuss the economic and social costs of extreme weather events with .

  4. Retweeted
    Sep 7

    Can mobile monitoring technology help to curb $30 billion in annual gas leaks? EDF + want to find out

  5. Sep 6

    Melting glaciers emit the "loudest cacophony ever measured in the ocean," writes Rob Jackson in his new poem.

  6. Sep 6

    New Stanford NGI and competition calls for mobile leak monitoring technology proposals by Oct. 31.

  7. Sep 5

    While these extremes only happen a few times a year, they can have a very large impact, says Noah Diffenbaugh.

  8. Sep 5

    Geology uses math, chemistry, biology, physics, archaeology, and more to understand Earth, writes.

  9. Sep 5

    . and Miyuki Hino: "Unprecedented is increasingly the norm."

  10. Retweeted
    Aug 31

    So, are you really gonna use that cloth bag 131 times? students on sustainability at the store

  11. Retweeted
    Sep 1

    Being resilient and prepared requires planning around a "new normal," says 's Noah Diffenbaugh.

  12. Aug 31

    The rapid development, strength and stalling are all questions scientists will try to answer, says Noah Diffenbaugh.

  13. Aug 31

    The team is using cutting-edge airborne technology to map Indonesia's vast stores of underground peat.

  14. Aug 31

    New analytical approaches now help us understand relations between climate change and hurricanes, Diffenbaugh says.

  15. Retweeted
    Aug 30

    By the end of the century, the number and duration of droughts will double, says 's Steven Gorelick.

  16. Aug 29

    Beach erosion, flooded infrastructure & more threatens coasts, but drive to revitalize infrastructure offers hope.

  17. Aug 28

    We need good science to insure our food supply, says , remarking on chief scientist nomination.

  18. Aug 28

    Refusing to acknowledge climate change will leave us unprepared, Noah Diffenbaugh says.

  19. Retweeted
    Aug 25

    .'s Gail Mahood and team identified multiple sites that could provide lithium to meet growing demand.

  20. Aug 24

    Using remote-sensing & first-person data, Madeline Lisaius helps Amazonian Ecuadorians control environmental change.

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