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Deep-water Hydroid at 1,050 meters (3,450 feet) deep. Photo: Daniel Jones, SERPENT Project, National Oceanography Centre

Deep Oceans Face Starvation by End of Century
“For a habitat that covers half the earth, the impacts of this will be enormous”

Scripps oceanographer Rob Pinkel (left) describes the Wirewalker instrument at Oceanology International

Around the Pier: Major Science and Technology Show Will Reside in San Diego
Reputation of Scripps Oceanography cited in decision to make Oceanology International a biennial event in city

Composer Glenn McClure

Around the Pier: Giving the Ice a Voice
Composer brings sounds of Antarctic ice shelves to life with help of Scripps researchers

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Where Was the Most Extreme Precipitation in the West Yesterday?
New alert available through Scripps sends updates of major events

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