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Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown directs statewide mandatory water reductions, April 1, 2015

Coping with Drought
Scripps Research Helps California Manage Water Resources

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Haunted Birch Aquarium

Discover Spooky Science at Haunted Birch Aquarium
Haunted Birch Aquarium: Shipwrecked Science! October 23 & 24: 6–9 p.m.

DNA Sequencing Used to Identify Thousands of Fish Eggs
Study characterizes fish spawning and creates baseline for future studies

Scripps Oceanography Supporters Give $5 Million to Create Climate Center
Richard and Carol Dean Hertzberg’s gift will launch the Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation at UC San Diego

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explorations now | Ocean & Earth Science Magazine

A Leafy Seadragon at Birch Aquarium at Scripps

Voyager: How Long Can a Seadragon Live and are Seadragons Seahorses?
James L., 8, San Diego, Calif.

Two young students built robots using legos.

Around the Pier: Scripps-led Robotics and Video Game Programming Courses Inspire Local Youth
Three-way partnership among Scripps Oceanography, UC San Diego Extension, and Elementary Institute of Science brings STEAM courses to underserved students

Scripps Oceanography researcher Katie Cramer and the molluscs used in the study.

Research Highlight: Agriculture and Fishing Cause Coral Reef Decline
New study of mollusc fossils from Caribbean Panama shows that early changes in coral reef environments are linked to declining water quality

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

A student gives a presentation.

MAS Students Shine at Year-End Symposium
Students presented new research on marine biodiversity and conservation

Scripps Researchers Develop Breakthrough Technology to Characterize Nanoparticles
Scientists' discovery of how to see particles that can’t be seen using a traditional microscope will be available through new start-up

A student showcases his research poster.

Symposium Highlights Undergraduate Research at Scripps
Scripps Undergraduate Research Symposium featured impressive student projects