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The Jackson lab examines the different ways that people affect the Earth. Our projects combine basic science and policy solutions to issues such as climate change, energy extraction, and land use. We're currently examining the effects of climate change and droughts on forest mortality and grassland ecosystems. We are also working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the Global Carbon Project (globalcarbonproject.org), which Rob chairs, including establishing a global network of methane tower measurements at more than 50 sites worldwide and measuring and reducing methane emissions from oil and gas wells, city streets, and homes and buildings.

Congratulations to current lab members who found new jobs in 2021!:

Sarah Cooley, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon
Sarah Féron, Assistant Professor, University of Groningen
Etienne Fluet-Chouinard, JSPS Visiting Fellow, University of Tokyo
Kat Georgiou, Lawrence Fellow, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Eric Lebel, Staff Scientist, PSE for Healthy Energy
Avni Malhotra, Senior Scientist, University of Zurich
Gavin McNicol, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
Zutao Ouyang, Assistant Professor, Fudan University
Adam Pellegrini, Lecturer, Cambridge University
César Terrer, Assistant Professor, MIT

Yang and Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building
473 Via Ortega, Rm. 379B
Stanford CA, 94305-4216
(650) 497-5841; rob.jackson@stanford.edu