Deep-water Hydroid at 1,050 meters (3,450 feet) deep. Photo: Daniel Jones, SERPENT Project, National Oceanography Centre Deep Oceans Face Starvation by End of Century “For a habitat that covers half the earth, the impacts of this will be enormous”
Feb 23, 2017
Scripps oceanographer Rob Pinkel (left) describes the Wirewalker instrument at Oceanology International Around the Pier: Major Science and Technology Show Will Reside in San Diego Reputation of Scripps Oceanography cited in decision to make Oceanology International a biennial event in city
Feb 23, 2017
Composer Glenn McClure Around the Pier: Giving the Ice a Voice Composer brings sounds of Antarctic ice shelves to life with help of Scripps researchers
Feb 17, 2017
Karana and Aurora Stokum visiting their grandfather, Eugene Swantz. A Grandfather’s Wish to Share the Sea Bequest from longtime Birch Aquarium member Eugene Swantz supports Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Feb 17, 2017
Female scientist celebrating on board a ship. Photo by Melissa Miller. Photo of the Week: Celebrating Sediment Researchers successfully deploy multi-corer aboard R/V Sally Ride
Feb 15, 2017
Large storm waves crashing on the rocks near Santa Cruz, Calif. Photo: Christine Hegermiller/U.S. Geological Survey Severe West Coast Erosion During El Niño Researchers say dam construction, drought diminished ability of Southern California beaches to stave off erosion
Feb 14, 2017
Research Highlight: First Nuclear Explosion Helps Test Theory of Moon’s Formation Scripps-led study analyzed glasses found at Trinity nuclear test site
Feb 10, 2017
Scripps/UC San Diego researcher Isabel Rivera-Collazo. Faculty Profile: Isabel Rivera-Collazo Joins Scripps and UC San Diego New joint-hire Rivera-Collazo specializes in environmental archaeology, with cross-collaborative research bridging Scripps and Department of Anthropology
Feb 09, 2017
Parrotfsh, coral, and urchin fossils found in cored coral samples. Video: Parrotfish Critical for Healthy Coral Reefs Scripps scientists explain how the fossil record shows how important parrotfish are for controlling algae growth
Feb 09, 2017
Flooded intersection in Elk Grove, Calif. after January storms.  Photo: Florence Low/California Department of Water Resources Research Highlight: What Kind of La Niña Year Is This? Atmospheric rivers have stolen the thunder from phenomenon that usually brings dry weather to the Southwest
Feb 09, 2017