Noah Diffenbaugh

Associate Professor and Senior Fellow, Stanford University

Noah Diffenbaugh is an associate professor and senior fellow at Stanford University, studying the climate system and impacts of climate change on agriculture, water resources, and human health. He is editor in chief of the peer-review journal Geophysical Research Letters. Diffenbaugh has been a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and provided testimony and scientific expertise to the White House, the governor of California, and US congressional offices. He received the American Geophysical Union’s James R. Holton Award, National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award, and a Stanford University Terman Fellowship. He has also been recognized as a Kavli Fellow and a Google Science Communication Fellow. 

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Scarcity — across the West and elsewhere increasingly — the issue about water is whether there is enough of it. Some... See more