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A Scientist's Life: Simone Baumann-Pickering

Biological oceanographer identifies natural marine life behavior from human-induced behavior using acoustics

High flows in a tributary to Lake Mendocino after the February 2019 atmospheric river. Photo: CW3E

Atmospheric River Storms Create $1 Billion-a-Year Flood Damage

Researchers calculate damages caused by weather phenomenon in the West over 40-year period

Adi Khen's octopus

The Story of My Octopus

A bond between PhD student and eight-armed friend

Photo: UNFCCC

Media Advisory: Scripps Institution of Oceanography Schedule of Events During Week One at COP25

Newest research on atmospheric rivers, Antarctic contributions to sea-level rise, and more to be released

Climate Science in Review: A Look Back on 2019

The biggest news in climate change to come from Scripps this past year

Scripps Student Spotlight: Emily Kunselman

A graduate student investigates the benefits of bacteria found in oyster microbiomes

During a field training course in Antarctica, members of the team secure a tent. Photo by Jacob Morgan.

Scripps Scientists in Friendly Race among Nations to Find World's Oldest Ice in Record Time

Researchers head to Antarctica to do ancient ice “reconnaissance”

Scripps Student Spotlight: Anaí Novoa

Graduate student investigates the role and future of parasites when their hosts respond to climate change

A sea lion suffering from domoic acid poisoning. Photo: Peter Wallerstein/Marine Animal Rescue.

Scripps Scientists Awarded Nearly $5 Million to Study Triggers of Deadly, Toxic Algal Blooms

NOAA ECOHAB grant will aid search for genetic source of toxin production in phytoplankton

Renowned Scientific Drilling Vessel with Ties to Scripps Visits San Diego

Scripps community members and scientists visit the JOIDES Resolution during its first U.S. port call in more than a decade

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