May 10, 2018 | Stanford News | News
A new wastewater treatment plant under construction in Redwood Shores will be the largest to test Stanford-developed technology that significantly reduces the cost of cleaning water. The key: bacteria that eschew oxygen while producing burnable methane.
April 19, 2018 | Water in the West | News
Recent analysis of groundwater sustainability agencies shows need to include nongovernmental stakeholders in decision-making process.
March 27, 2018 | Water in the West | Insights
Karletta Chief, University of Arizona, took time to talk to us about her work with the Navajo Nation on the Gold King Mine spill response, water quality testing, and supporting local decision-making on key water resource issues.
February 01, 2018 | Water in the West | Insights
Q&A with our Landreth Visiting Fellow Alletta (Letty) Belin, an attorney specializing in water law and management.
January 24, 2018 | Water in the West | News
New research proposes a regional and collective management approach to water resources based on realities of supply and demand.
December 21, 2017 | Water in the West | Insights
An overview of the Water in the West researchers, students, postdocs, and faculty who attended and presented at the American Geophysical Union 2017 Fall Meeting.
December 05, 2017 | Water in the West | News
This year the American Geophysical Union will be holding its 2017 Fall Meeting in New Orleans. We are thrilled to have students, faculty, researchers and postdocs presenting this year.
December 03, 2017 | Stanford News | News
Governor Jerry Brown has reappointed Newsha Ajami to the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board for another four year term.
November 30, 2017 | Water in the West | Insights
We talked to post-doctoral scholar Julio E. Herrera Estrada from Stanford's Department of Earth System Science to discuss climate models and how they can be used to inform future decisions about water in California.
November 27, 2017 | Water in the West | News
New research finds hydraulic fracturing wells and domestic wells are found closer together than expected.