(October 21, 2009) Roz Naylor, Professor of Environmental Earth System Science at Stanford, presents current research on global food supply and future problems of agriculture and food distribution, with an emphasis on aquaculture and marine food supplies, conducted by the Program on Food Security and the Environment in partnership with the Woods Institute for the Environment.
Woods Institute for the Environment
Program of Food Security and the Environment
Woods Institute Fifth Anniversary Symposium
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