Water in the West


Stanford's Water in the West program identifies & develops cutting-edge freshwater solutions through interdisciplinary research, dialogue & teaching.

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    Sep 5

    It's been a busy summer here at Water in the West! Find out what we've been up to in our latest newsletter.

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    Sep 8

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

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    Sep 7

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

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    Congrats to Rosemary Knight & SkyTEAM as finalists in the Indonesian Peat Prize for using the same tech they used to map aquifers in CA!

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    Sep 7

    ICYMI: Listen to 's Buzz Thompson discuss climate change's impact on droughts and floods .

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    With the raging in the West, we can look back our insight exploring the relationship btwn fire &

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    Sep 5

    Iris Hui & Bruce Cain show people resist drinking, bathing & cooking w/ recycled water despite supporting other uses

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    Sep 5

    Find out what we’re doing to help the gulf coast region recover from Hurricane .

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    Sep 1

    How Long Will It Take Floodwaters to Drain? of and explains:

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    Aug 31

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

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    Aug 30

    What will scientists learn from and other super storms? expert on climate connection:

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    Q&A w/ Cannon Michael & Brandon Morris on in CA & what they wish we all knew about , , & .

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    Aug 29

    . experts available to media re issues: stormwater, coastal adaptation, insurance + more:

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    Aug 28

    Quantifying the influence of global warming on unprecedented extreme climate events—Noah Diffenbaugh et al.

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    Noah Diffenbaugh's latest op-ed on and the increasing odds of extreme weather events.

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