May 11, 2017 | Water in the West | News
A team of law students led by Leon Szeptycki and Brian Gray develop four case studies that look at water law during the California drought.
April 28, 2017 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment | News
Studying how and why bridges have collapsed in the past identifies the limitation of current risk assessment approach and demonstrates the value of new perspectives on climate change impact.
April 26, 2017 | Water in the West | Insights
A case study of San Mateo County's effort to be transparent & proactive in assessing its groundwater basin.
April 25, 2017 | Water in the West | News
Groundwater taken from deep wells is thousands of years old and thought to be pristine and free of contaminants. However, a new study raises questions about its purity.
April 18, 2017 | Water in the West | News
Financing for water projects and aging infrastructure is critically needed but hard to come by. Stanford researchers highlight innovative approaches with a “Living Map” of case studies around the country.
April 10, 2017 | Water in the West | News
Stanford's Newsha Ajami and her team of researchers are developing a digital tool to evaluate how well financing mechanisms for green infrastructure are performing.
March 31, 2017 | Water in the West | Insights
March 28, 2017 | Water in the West | News
Stanford’s Water in the West program ranks states in the Colorado River Basin on their use of and support for a legal tool enabling water rights holders to voluntarily transfer their water to benefit the environment.
March 13, 2017 | Stanford Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences | News
Scientists use Earth-imaging technologies to study the intrusion of saltwater into freshwater aquifers along the California coast.
February 15, 2017 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment | News
As workers rush to repair the spillway at California’s Oroville Dam, Stanford researchers comment on how challenges like climate change and aging infrastructure heighten risks for California.