Scripps News Archives

ROSETTA team gathered around an ALAMO float as it is loaded on an aircraft for deployment off the Ross Ice Shelf Early Results from Survey of Antarctica’s Biggest Ice Shelf
New data on thickness and ice elevation of Ross Ice Shelf to be revealed
Dec 15, 2016
Obituary Notice: Martin Wahlen
Professor emeritus studied atmospheric trace gases
Dec 13, 2016
The Eiffel Tower illuminated for COP21 Negotiating Climate Change in a Post-Paris World
Media Q and A event brings leading climate scientists to discuss the innovation, diplomacy, and verification needed to maintain Paris Agreement pledges
Dec 13, 2016
Jerry Kooyman Scripps Scientist Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Jerry Kooyman recognized for contributions to penguin science
Dec 12, 2016
Poster hall at AGU 2016 Fall Meeting Scripps News at 2016 AGU Fall Meeting
Scripps researchers among 22,000 representing spectrum of Earth and space science
Dec 12, 2016
Around the Pier: Scripps Informs Science Policy at International Climate Conference
Largest-ever delegation of Scripps and UC students and researchers brought scientific knowledge to COP22 climate conference
Dec 08, 2016
Photo of the Week: Oregon Sunrise
Deploying coastal buoys has its scenic side
Dec 08, 2016
Scripps marine ecologist Emily Kelly studying reef fish in Hawaii. Credit: Don McLeish Research Highlight: Lawnmowers of the Sea
Study analyzed reef fish grazing behaviors to understand coral reef health
Dec 07, 2016
Triton Innovation Challenge trophies Around the Pier: Challenge Showcases Marketable Technologies for the Environment
Three Scripps Oceanography teams reach finals
Dec 07, 2016
Video: How Bacteria Make It Rain (with Kim Prather)
Chemical and Engineering News profiles aerosol research of UC San Diego scientist
Dec 05, 2016
Lawnmowers of the Sea
Study analyzed reef fish grazing behaviors to understand coral reef health
Dec 05, 2016
Cultures of three marine bacteria that make the compound pentabromopseudilin Research Highlight: Marine Microbes Could Help Clean Up Environmental Pollutants
Scripps-led study on marine bacteria could have important environmental applications
Dec 02, 2016
GOES satellite image of water vapor over the western United States courtesy of NOAA Scripps Scientist Keynotes Meeting of State Water Managers
Extreme weather expert address a nod to increasing value of precipitation forecasts in reservoir operations
Dec 01, 2016
Photo of the Week: Deploying Jason
R/V Sally Ride takes remotely-operated vehicle out to sea
Dec 01, 2016
Photo of the Week: Caribbean Survey
Sandin Lab and Waitt Foundation document coral and fish biodiversity
Nov 23, 2016
Phytoplankton bloom near Wrangel Island off Siberia. Image processed by M. Kahru from MODIS sensor data on Aqua satellite. Study: Diminishing Sea Ice is Increasing the Size of Arctic Ocean Food Web Base
Net primary productivity in Arctic Ocean increased 47 percent in past two decades
Nov 23, 2016
Five new AAAS fellows Scripps Oceanography Professors Named 2016 AAAS Fellows
Lynne Talley and Konstantine Georgakakos of Scripps to be recognized in Boston in February
Nov 21, 2016
Parchment tubeworm in natural light (left) and while biofluorescing. Photo courtesy of Scientific Reports Research Highlight: Blue Light Special
Researchers find clues about the unique bioluminescence of a seafloor-dwelling tubeworm
Nov 17, 2016
Scripps Oceanography Press Events at COP22 Climate Talks
See video of Scripps researchers covering topics ranging from aerosols to deep ocean at climate talks now under way
Nov 17, 2016
Former Scripps directors Charles Kennel (left) and Tony Haymet Accolades for Two Former Scripps Directors
UC San Diego Emeriti Association and Australian academy honor Kennel and Haymet
Nov 16, 2016