Media Coverage

Read recent media coverage featuring Water in the West and comments from our researchers.

June 05, 2018  | Stanford News

A Stanford study finds it can also unlock dangerous arsenic from buried clays – and reveals how sinking land can provide an early warning and measure of contamination.

June 05, 2018  | San Francisco Chronicle

Scott Fendorf co-authors study looking into the effects of heavy use of groundwater to nourish farmers in California's Central Valley.

June 01, 2018  | Governing

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses climate change and increasing extreme weather events in an article on the vulnerabilities U.S. costal cities face as hurricane season begins.

May 27, 2018  | The Hill

Op-ed by Marshall Burke and Noah Diffenbaugh on their recent paper that found that the global economy is likely to benefit from ambitious global warming limits agreed to in the United Nations Paris Agreement.

May 08, 2018  | Water Deeply

Newsha Ajami and Kim Quesnel's research on lessons learned from the energy sector is highlighted in the discussion about California creating a charge on utility bills to create a safe water fund.

May 07, 2018  | The Mercury News

Buzz Thompson comments on big decisions faced by Santa Clara Valley Water District in its vote on controversial Delta tunnels Project.

April 24, 2018  | Santa Cruz Sentinel

Buzz Thompson comments on a case that could lead to blocking public access to California beaches and other coastal areas around the country.

April 02, 2018  | KPCC

Newsha Ajami discusses the role of media coverage in water conservation in California in the context of the state's drought rebound.

March 25, 2018  | NBC Los Angeles

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses precipitation patterns in California in an article on how Snow Valley Mountain Resort is handling the state's fluctuations between extreme flooding and extreme drought.

March 24, 2018  | NBC News

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses the mid-March storms in California and the status of the state's drought conditions.