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R/V Polarstern locked in Arctic ice. Photo: Alfred-Wegener-Institut / Stefan Hendricks

Tethered for Months to Floating Sea Ice, Scripps Researchers Join Largest-Ever International Arctic Expedition
Biological oceanographers believe the Arctic’s tiniest creatures may answer the biggest climate change questions

Crashed World War II aircraft 330 feet deep off Hawaii created from high-resolution video data from R/V Petrel ROV

New Detail in Deep-Sea Wreckage Find
Scripps Oceanography and collaborators image resting place of World War II aircraft

Scripps Student Spotlight: Daniel Yee
Scripps PhD student pursues research in molecular and cell biology of diatoms responsible for a large portion of the planet’s photosynthesis and oxygen production

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R/V Polarstern locked in Arctic ice. Photo: Alfred-Wegener-Institut / Stefan Hendricks

Tethered for Months to Floating Sea Ice, Scripps Researchers Join Largest-Ever International Arctic Expedition
Biological oceanographers believe the Arctic’s tiniest creatures may answer the biggest climate change questions

Crashed World War II aircraft 330 feet deep off Hawaii created from high-resolution video data from R/V Petrel ROV

New Detail in Deep-Sea Wreckage Find
Scripps Oceanography and collaborators image resting place of World War II aircraft

Photo: Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego

Photo of the Week: Nautical Noel
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Scripps Student Spotlight: Kayla Wilson
A PhD student studying the biochemistry of marine sponges seeks new ways to help improve human health

Media Advisory: Scripps Institution of Oceanography Schedule of Events During Week Two at COP25
Indigenous knowledge, what climate change means to fisheries, how countries plan to protect oceans on COP25 week two slate

IUCN to Release Report on Ocean Deoxygenation Crisis
Consequence of climate change and nutrient pollution

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