|Alma mater||Stanford University, University of California, Santa Cruz|
|Awards||James R. Holton Award from the American Geophysical Union, CAREER award from the National Science Foundation|
|Fields||Earth sciences, climatology|
|Thesis||Global and regional controls on Holocene environments (2003)|
Noah S. Diffenbaugh is an American geoscientist and Professor of Earth System Science at Stanford University, where he is also a Kimmelman Family Senior Fellow. He is also a senior fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, an affiliate at the Precourt Institute for Energy, and the editor-in-chief of Geophysical Research Letters. He is also the faculty moderator for Stanford's undergraduate-oriented Three Books Program. He is known for his research on the climate system, especially the effects of global warming on drought in California.
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- "Noah Diffenbaugh's Profile". profiles.stanford.edu. Retrieved 2017-08-29.
- Fagan, Kevin (2015-04-18). "'New normal': Scientists predict less rain from here on out". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-08-29.
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