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New mapping of earthquake density reveals hundreds of thousands of small earthquakes. Image: Science

Scientists Identify Almost 2 Million Previously "Hidden" Earthquakes
A closer look at seismic data from 2008–17 reveals 10 times as many Southern California earthquakes

Ocean Tunnel Pop-Up Art Installation on View at Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Interactive exhibit immerses visitors in the changing oceans, will be on view until April 30

Photo: Brian Zgliczynski

Advanced Virtual Technology Captures How Coral Reefs Recover After Bleaching
Imaging and 3D structuring software helps Scripps researchers observe coral reef changes in Palmyra Atoll

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Photo of the Week: Reaching Out
An encounter at Birch Aquarium at Scripps exhibit

Loquats, oyster mushrooms and mustard greens from Roger’s Community Garden, the new destination for Scripps compost

Around the Pier: Keeping Compost Close
Scripps takes composting to a new level

Photo of the Week: Icy Domain
Where you have to go if you study polar microorganisms

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

Daniel Conley and other Scripps students conduct field work aboard R/V Robert Gordon Sproul. Photo: Cody Gallo

Scripps Student Spotlight: Daniel Conley
Marine biology graduate student is studying how corals react to different environmental conditions

Scripps graduate student Ariel Pezner

Scripps Student Spotlight: Ariel Pezner
Biological oceanography graduate student is studying the effects of human-induced stressors on reef-building corals

Scripps graduate student Matthew Costa. Photo: Octavio Aburto-Oropeza

Scripps Student Spotlight: Matthew Costa
Biological oceanography graduate student is studying wetlands inhabited by productive and salt-tolerant trees called mangroves

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