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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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Velella velella seen on San Diego beaches.

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Arriving by the Wind

County road in Berthoud, Colorado washed away by the September 2013 Colorado Front Range floods. Credit: Lornay Hansen/CIRES

Colorado’s Biggest Storms Can Happen Anytime, New Study Finds
Storms show a “diverse seasonality,” following seasonal patterns in some regions, but not others

Two New Studies of Rocks Show Earliest Forms of Life in Antarctic Ice Caves and in South African Lava
Discovery of physical fossils validated in new science papers

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Velella velella seen on San Diego beaches.

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A Scientist's Life: Ryan Hechinger
Marine biologist considers parasites to study broad ecological questions

Bioluminescent flash

Research Highlight: The Force behind Nature’s Light
Study uses algal cells to ‘shed light’ on sensing mechanical forces

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

Two students stand in front of artwork

Artistic Display Brings Zooplankton into Focus
UCSD student’s new art show inspired by collaboration with the Jaffe Lab at Scripps

Image of ocean eddies. Image: NASA/JPL

Revelle Lecture at Scripps: Overturning Assumptions on Ocean Circulation
Free public presentation on May 19 explores the role of ocean circulation on climate and new research on how it may change in coming decades

Washington D.C.

New Summer Program Teaches High School Students the Science of Climate Change and How to Impact Policy in Washington
Environmental program offered through UC San Diego Extension’s Academic Connections program, in partnership with Scripps Oceanography