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Students Explore the Complexities of Creating Energy

Apr 30 2018

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Students visited sites along the Columbia River to learn the many challenges of balancing energy and environmental needs.

Aaron Kehoe/Stanford News Service
 

Last fall, the Stanford News Service and Stanford Earth followed along with the Center’s 2017 Sophomore College course, which spent two weeks wending its way along the Columbia River, learning about the American West’s power supply.

The story includes photographs and a spectacular video by Stanford’s Aaron Kehoe and Kurt Hickman.
 

Read the full story at the Stanford News Service

 

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