Hosted by Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability
From the origins of pandemics to alterations in microbial processes that shape food production, the coupling of human-natural systems shapes our lives.
Within this conference, we seek to examine how coupled human-natural systems impact water and food security, biodiversity, carbon storage and greenhouse gas dynamics, and disease vectors, among others. We welcome approaches of studying human-natural systems from the biophysical to remotely sensed to human behavioral.
December 2–3, 2022
Stanford University campus
Call for Papers
The conference will be limited to 70 attendees in order to allow for in-depth discussion and exchange of ideas. You will be notified of your acceptance beginning on October 15.
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