Scripps News Archives

Crystal structures within a nakhlite meteorite. Photo: James Day Largest Volcanoes in the Solar System are the Source of Martian Meteorites
Scripps-led study shows that martian volcanoes formed like a giant version of Hawaii
Nov 15, 2018
New Sea-Level Rise and Flood Alert Network Launches with City of Imperial Beach
Gift from the David C. Copley Foundation funds Scripps Institution of Oceanography pilot observation system to support vulnerable coastal communities with adapting to climate change
Nov 14, 2018
Scripps scientist Dan Rudnick leads Rear Admiral Nancy Hann on a tour of the Underwater Glider Laboratory at Scripps. Q&A with Rear Admiral Nancy Hann, Commanding Officer of NOAA’s Office of Marine and Aviation Operations
Rear Admiral Hann discussed the importance of NOAA collaborations and partnerships during recent visit to Scripps Oceanography
Nov 09, 2018
Scripps graduate student Alfredo Giron. Photo: Josh Stewart Scripps Student Spotlight: Alfredo Giron
Oceanography graduate student is studying fishery sustainability in the Gulf of California
Nov 08, 2018
A Scientist’s Life: Kate Ricke
Modeler considers the social risks posed by climate change
Nov 08, 2018
Research Highlight: Study Suggests Which Feeds Could Work Best for Small-scale Freshwater Aquaculture
Scripps student worked with high school graduates in Malawi on local fish farming practices
Nov 06, 2018
Photo of the Week: Lost Ship Remembered
U.S. Navy honors crew of ship whose sunken stern was found by Project Recover
Nov 06, 2018
Rough seas during an April 2018 Southern Ocean transit. Photo: B. Jack Pan Research Highlight: Ocean Warming Detected from Atmospheric Gas Measurements
Team led by Scripps and Princeton University scientists use oxygen, carbon dioxide measurements to infer ocean temperature increase
Nov 05, 2018
Photo of the Week: Night Trawlers
Undergraduate marine biology students swarm over specimens
Nov 02, 2018
Scripps' Jeff Bowman collects "frost flowers" at a site off Greenland, 2009. Photo: Matthias Wietz NASA Pushes Exploration of Oceans in Solar System
NASA Astrobiology Program awards $7 million to Georgia Tech-led Oceans Across Space and Time group to intensify the search for life in our solar system’s present and past oceans
Nov 02, 2018
Rough seas during an April 2018 Southern Ocean transit. Photo: B. Jack Pan Study: Ocean Warming Detected from Atmospheric Gas Measurements
Team led by Scripps and Princeton University scientists use oxygen, carbon dioxide measurements to infer ocean temperature increase
Nov 01, 2018
Scripps Oceanography at the 10th Annual BlueTech Week
Academia and industry collaboration take center stage at conference on the Blue Economy
Nov 01, 2018
Fields in a valley in high-altitude eastern Tibet. Photo: Jade d’Alpoim Guedes. What Happened in the Past When the Climate Changed?
When crops failed, investing in crop diversity, trade and a large public project may have helped the people of ancient Asia adapt
Oct 31, 2018
The sun sets on artisanal fishers in the Gulf of California. Photo: Octavio Aburto Too Many Fishers in the Sea: The Economic Ceiling of Artisanal Fisheries
Scripps Oceanography-led study finds even most sustainable fishing not enough to support livelihoods in Gulf of California
Oct 30, 2018
2018 SURF Fellows SURF Program 2018: Student Profiles
The 2018 SURF Fellows spent a summer conducting research and gaining insight in careers in science at Scripps Oceanography
Oct 26, 2018
Scripps graduate student Tashiana Osborne. Scripps Student Spotlight: Tashiana Osborne
Climate sciences graduate student studies the effects of atmospheric rivers on the western United States’ rain, snow, and water resources
Oct 26, 2018
Photo of the Week: Classroom Connection
SOCCOM floats decorated for the students that adopt them
Oct 26, 2018
Scripps Oceanography alumna Ayana Elizabeth Johnson. Around the Pier: Fighting for the Ocean
Scripps Oceanography alumna Ayana Elizabeth Johnson returns to campus to discuss her ocean conservation work grounded in social justice
Oct 22, 2018
Photo of the Week: Bongo Flow
Cruise aboard Scripps research vessel monitors health of coastal waters
Oct 19, 2018
Estimating the Feeding Habits of Corals May Offer New Insights on Resilient Reefs
New research reevaluates understanding of coral feeding and could aid in identifying coral reefs more resilient to bleaching events
Oct 18, 2018
Then-Scripps geoscience student Daniel Baggenstos in a Greenland firn cave, 2008 Research Highlight: Fieldwork in a Changing Field
Now that the future researchers predicted is here, climate change is changing how science is done
Oct 18, 2018
Photo of the Week: A sip of SODA
Taking a break from probing the Beaufort Sea
Oct 12, 2018
Scripps graduate student Emily Wei. Scripps Student Spotlight: Emily Wei
Geosciences graduate student uses research to unravel geological processes of the past
Oct 12, 2018
Scripps Hosts Public Events on Plastic Pollution Scripps Hosts Public Events on Plastic Pollution
The Science of Plastic in the Sea and Solutions for Marine Plastic Pollution
Oct 12, 2018
Scripps grad students Nicolas Blanc, Erica Ferrer, Garfield Kwan, and Sara Rivera will be attending SACNAS 2018. Scripps Oceanography Attends the 2018 SACNAS Conference
Q&A with four Scripps graduate students who will be attending the SACNAS Conference, an annual gathering that fosters diversity in science
Oct 10, 2018
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