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Sea surface temperature anomalies on Nov. 12, 2015. Image: NOAA

El Niño 2015-2016
Scripps researchers help officials prepare for potential coastal impacts and flooding caused by intensified precipitation

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Lawnmowers of the Sea
Study analyzed reef fish grazing behaviors to understand coral reef health

Photo of the Week: Deploying Jason
R/V Sally Ride takes remotely-operated vehicle out to sea

Phytoplankton bloom near Wrangel Island off Siberia. Image processed by M. Kahru from MODIS sensor data on Aqua satellite.

Study: Diminishing Sea Ice is Increasing the Size of Arctic Ocean Food Web Base
Net primary productivity in Arctic Ocean increased 47 percent in past two decades

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Cultures of three marine bacteria that make the compound pentabromopseudilin

Research Highlight: Marine Microbes Could Help Clean Up Environmental Pollutants
Scripps-led study on marine bacteria could have important environmental applications

Photo of the Week: Deploying Jason
R/V Sally Ride takes remotely-operated vehicle out to sea

Photo of the Week: Caribbean Survey
Sandin Lab and Waitt Foundation document coral and fish biodiversity

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

GOES satellite image of water vapor over the western United States courtesy of NOAA

Scripps Scientist Keynotes Meeting of State Water Managers
Extreme weather expert address a nod to increasing value of precipitation forecasts in reservoir operations

Five new AAAS fellows

Scripps Oceanography Professors Named 2016 AAAS Fellows
Lynne Talley and Konstantine Georgakakos of Scripps to be recognized in Boston in February

Scripps Oceanography Press Events at COP22 Climate Talks
See video of Scripps researchers covering topics ranging from aerosols to deep ocean at climate talks now under way