Stanford University School of Earth Sciences

Stanford University School Of Earth Sciences

The School of Earth Sciences (often referred to as the SES, or at Stanford as just "The School") is one of three schools at Stanford awarding both graduate and undergraduate degrees. Stanford's first faculty member was a professor of geology as such the School of Earth Sciences is considered the oldest academic foundation of Stanford University. It is composed of four departments and three interdisciplinary programs. Research and teaching within The School spans a wide range of disciplines.

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... is one of three components of the Earthscope Project, funded by the National Science Foundation in conjunction with the USGS and NASA ... The project is co-PIed by Bill Ellsworth and Steve Hickman of the USGS, and Stanford geophysics faculty member and alum Mark Zoback ... Zoback's research in The School focuses on stress and crustal mechanics ...

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