Scripps News Archives

Photo of the Week: Spoonful of Lovin'
Tiny squid plays role in shakedown of R/V Sally Ride
Mar 17, 2017
In the News Now: Poor Fisheries Struggle with U.S. Import Rule
Scripps researcher, colleagues on challenges posed by Marine Mammal Protection Act
Mar 14, 2017
New Study Shows Red Tides Can Be Predicted
Scripps-led study paves way for possible early-warning system to forecast red tides
Mar 10, 2017
Memorial Notice: William Van Dorn
Research oceanographer and chairman of Scripps’ Ocean Research Division
Mar 10, 2017
Photo of the Week: Among the Brittle Stars
ROV Trident captures glimpses of life on seafloor
Mar 09, 2017
From left, Andrew Barton, Tarik Benmarhnia, Isabel Rivera-Collazo, Andrew Lucas, Kate Ricke, Jennifer Vanos Around the Pier: New Faculty Represent University’s Approach to Understanding and Protecting the Planet
Interdisciplinary research is key trait of six new professors joining UC San Diego
Mar 09, 2017
Scripps research vessel New Horizon tows a hydrophone array over the offshore fault Research Highlight: Fault System off Southern California Could Produce Magnitude 7.3 Quake
Study finds rupture of offshore Newport-Inglewood/Rose Canyon fault is possible
Mar 07, 2017
Scripps research vessel New Horizon tows a hydrophone array over the offshore fault Fault System off San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles Counties Could Produce Magnitude 7.3 Quake
Study finds rupture of offshore Newport-Inglewood/Rose Canyon fault is possible
Mar 07, 2017
Master of Advanced Studies in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Executive Director Samantha Murray Around the Pier: With a ‘Lifelong Connection to Water,’ Samantha Murray Takes Helm of Biodiversity Master's Program
New executive director seeks to fill student toolboxes with the right knowledge and skills
Mar 06, 2017
Photo of the Week: Wirewalking
Studying current flows in the South China Sea
Mar 03, 2017
The crew of Icelandic Coast Guard survey vessel Baldur deploys a Wave Glider for measuring winds, Feb. 22, 2017 Research Highlight: Scripps Scientists Collaborate with Icelandic Coast Guard on Wave Study
Region of rough seas deemed ideal location for research
Mar 02, 2017
The crew of Icelandic Coast Guard survey vessel Baldur deploys a Wave Glider for measuring winds, Feb. 22, 2017 Scripps Scientists Collaborate with Icelandic Coast Guard on Wave Study
Region of rough seas deemed ideal location for research
Mar 02, 2017
Estuary at San Francisco Bay. Photo David Okey/NOAA Coastal Service Research Highlight: Researchers Uncover New Details About California’s Ancient Shoreline
Study finds previously unknown estuary “havens” during last ice age
Mar 01, 2017
Scripps marine biologist Martin Tresguerres with transplanted corals. Photo: Davey Kline/Scripps Oceanography Photo of the Week: Coral Transplants
Scripps researchers study how corals thrive outside their element
Feb 27, 2017
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