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Drone Truthing
UC San Diego researchers developing new high-tech approach to detecting structural damage during extreme events such as earthquakes

Wolf Berger

Obituary Notice: Wolf Berger, Pioneer of Paleoceanography
From Scripps student to interim director, Berger was an ambassador for ocean science

Yellowfin tuna

Location, Location, Location: Pollutant Levels in Tuna Depend on Where They Are Caught
Scripps researchers find the amount of pollutants in tuna tissue varies widely by region

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explorations now | Ocean & Earth Science Magazine

Photo of the Week: Always a Welcome Sight
Marine mammals like to see and be seen

The amount of pollutants in yellowfin tuna tissue varies widely by region, Scripps researchers found. Photo: Lindsay Bonito

Research Highlight: Pollutant Levels in Tuna Depend on Where They Are Caught
Scripps researchers find the amount of pollutants in tuna tissue varies widely by region

Photo of the Week: Rosette in Blue
CalCOFI's CTD photo captures the art of the sample

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Wolf Berger

Obituary Notice: Wolf Berger, Pioneer of Paleoceanography
From Scripps student to interim director, Berger was an ambassador for ocean science

Eric Keen

From the Porthole: Scripps Student Awarded for Innovative Research on Whale Behavior
Eric Keen receives 2017 Frieman Prize

Andvord Bay, Antarctica, recently explored by Scripps ecologist Maria Vernet. Photo: Maria Stenzel

Special Notice: Scripps Oceanography Ecologist Statement on What's Next for Larsen C Iceberg
This week's calving event a game changer for life in the Weddell Sea

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