ruby seadragon Researchers Capture First Glimpse of Ruby Seadragons in the Wild Surprising anatomical features found in the newly discovered species
Jan 13, 2017
Researchers prepare a miniROV during expedition in search of the Ruby Seadragon Research Highlight: Researchers Capture First Glimpse of Ruby Seadragons in the Wild Surprising anatomical features found in the newly discovered species
Jan 12, 2017
Photo of the Week: Science Diplomacy As U.S. Science Envoy, Scripps Oceanography's Leinen promotes closer ties with Chile
Jan 12, 2017
Scripps Pier record of ocean temperature trend Voyager: How Has Climate Change Affected the Oceans at a Local Level, Particularly La Jolla Shores (San Diego, Calif.)? Jocelyne R., 16, San Diego, Calif.
Jan 12, 2017
Students onboard a research vessel. Around the Pier: Student-led Cruise Puts R/V Sally Ride to the Test Scripps graduate students and scientists employed ship’s state-of-the-art equipment during three-day research expedition off La Jolla
Jan 12, 2017
Loop of weekend's landfalling atmospheric river that delivered torrential rains and flooding Where Was the Most Extreme Precipitation in the West Yesterday? New alert available through Scripps sends updates of major events
Jan 11, 2017
North Atlantic Ocean cooling scenario following collapse of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Research Highlight: Climate Model Suggests Collapse of Atlantic Circulation Is Possible Primary circulation pattern in the Atlantic is assumed to be stable by most scientists, but new simulation suggests collapse could happen if atmospheric greenhouse gases continue to increase
Jan 10, 2017
NOAA GOES satellite imagery of atmospheric water vapor reaching California Jan. 7 In the News Now: Scripps Scientists Monitoring Massive Atmospheric River Size of Storm Aimed at Central California Raises Flood Concerns
Jan 07, 2017
Photo of the Week: Going with the floe Deploying floats, gathering data in the Southern Ocean
Jan 05, 2017
North Atlantic Ocean cooling scenario following collapse of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Climate Model Suggests Collapse of Atlantic Circulation is Possible The primary circulation pattern in the Atlantic is assumed to be stable by most scientists, but new simulation suggests collapse could happen if atmospheric greenhouse gases continue to increase
Jan 04, 2017