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          Greenland

          Flatten Greenland, and the Atlantic jet stream goes with it

          Building off previous research showing the Atlantic jet stream hovers between three preferred latitudes, researchers found the topography of Greenland is responsible for its northernmost position.

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          Californians unwilling to subsidize wildfire prevention

          Despite statewide devastation from wildfires, a new poll conducted by the Bill Lane Center for the American West shows Californians are still reluctant to subsidize wildfire prevention or support relocating communities at risk.

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          Q&A: 30 years after the Loma Prieta earthquake

          Reflecting on the 30th anniversary of Loma Prieta this week, earthquake experts recently shared their perspectives on how the event impacted them, the Bay Area and the research community at large.

          Wildfire

          A new treatment to prevent wildfires

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          Research suggests ecosystem investments to minimize storm damage

          A new Stanford-led study provides information on how to invest in natural coastal ecosystems that the Bahamian government, community leaders and development banks are applying in post-disaster recovery and future storm preparation in the Bahamas. 

          View from a satellite of smoke caused by a fire in Borneo

          Satellite data can reveal fire susceptibility in peatlands

          Fires in Southeast Asian peatlands release huge amounts of carbon, along with deadly smoke. Now, new satellite measurements of soil moisture may offer a promising approach to reducing those fires and their widespread haze.

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          Investigating obstacles to disease eradication

          The realities of subsistence living in a region of Senegal hard hit by schistosomiasis make reinfection likely, despite mass drug administration. Stanford researchers find that engaging communities in the design of disease control programs could help.

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          Native approaches to fire management could revitalize communities

          In collaboration with tribes in Northern California, researchers examined traditional fire management practices and found that these approaches, if expanded, could strengthen cultures and reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires.

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          Researchers explain earthquakes we can’t feel

          Researchers have explained mysterious slow-moving earthquakes known as slow slip events with the help of computer simulations. The answer, they learned, is in rocks’ pores.

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          Many Dallas-Fort Worth area faults have potential to host earthquakes

          Researchers have mapped more than 250 faults and found that the majority of faults underlying the Fort Worth Basin are susceptible to earthquakes, some of which extend under highly populated areas in the Dallas-Fort Worth region.

          Surface meltwater on Greenland Glacier

          Researchers discover more than 50 lakes beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet

          Researchers have discovered 56 previously uncharted subglacial lakes beneath the Greenland Ice Sheet, contributing to our understanding of how the ice sheet will likely respond dynamically to rising temperatures.

          2015 Nepal earthquake offers clues about hazards

          Stanford geophysicist Simon Klemperer discusses how the 2015 Gorkha earthquake that shook Kathmandu, Nepal gave researchers new information about where, why and how earthquakes occur.

          Geothermal

          Lessons from Pohang: Solving geothermal energy's earthquake problem

          A geothermal project triggered a damaging earthquake in 2017. A new analysis suggests flaws in some of the most common ways of trying to minimize the risk of such quakes when harnessing the Earth's heat for energy.

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