ESP Biography

ANDREW ROMINGER, Bill Anderegg and Andy Rominger

Major: Biological Sciences

College/Employer: Stanford University

Year of Graduation: 09

Picture of Andrew Rominger

Brief Biographical Sketch:

Bill Anderegg is a first year PhD student in Biology. He has conducted research in Yellowstone, tropical Mexico, Pacific islands and California foothills. He is interested in how climate change impacts humans and nature.

Andy Rominger is a senior Biology major. He has conducted museum research at the Smithsonian, and worked on biological projects in tropical Mexico, arid New Mexico, and Chile. He is interested in how the diversity of life evolves and how humans can insure its preservation.

Past Classes

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S145: Global Environmental Change in Splash! Fall 2008 (Oct. 18, 2008)
If you spread the history of Earth out on a football field, the total length of human history is less than the width of a blade of grass. In this time, however, we humans have managed to profoundly change our world. Now it seems some of this change may not be for the best. Global environmental change is just now being recognized an posses serious threats to the survival of our species and many others. What will the impacts of climate change be? How will invasive species alter ecosystems across the globe? And how will changes in land use affect species extinction? In this class we will explore how scientists are answering these question, and how all of us can help make a difference.