NEWS & PRESS RELEASES: Scott Fendorf
Stanford analysis of 119 low-income countries finds challenges in common that could inform broad solutions
By Rob Jordan,
Bacteria living in shallow sediment layers of permanently flooded wetlands in Asia drive arsenic release into water by feeding on freshly deposited plant material, a new study finds.
By Ker Than,
Stanford Earth scientist Scott Fendorf helped discover how trace amounts of arsenic were moving from sediments into groundwater aquifers in Southern California.
By Ker Than
"Dig deep" to avoid naturally occurring arsenic contamination has been promoted as an answer to obtaining safe water in South Asia, which has experienced mass water poisoning. But arsenic has been found in numerous deep...
Seven interdisciplinary research studies propose practical solutions to major sustainability challenges
By Terry Nagel,