Climate, Atmospheric Sciences, and Physical Oceanography is the largest department at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. We are an active community of 42 professors and researchers, 20 post docs, and 47 grad students. Fourteen staff members assist the researchers in submitting over 100 proposals a year to over 26 agencies and managing roughly $48 million a year in extramural funding all in the pursuit of understanding the oceans and skies.

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Pioneering Scripps Earth Scientist Awarded by the European Geosciences Union
Meinrat Andreae to receive Alfred Wegener Medal & Honorary Membership for groundbreaking research in geosciences

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Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Air Force, NOAA Poised to Probe Atmospheric Rivers
Weather reconnaissance flights to be made during peak of storm season

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