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Sea surface temperature anomalies on Nov. 12, 2015. Image: NOAA

El Niño 2015-2016
Scripps is helping officials prepare for potential coastal impacts and flooding caused by intensified precipitation

Scripps News

Rodney Moll, Kevin Hardy, Natalya Gallo

New Agreement Enlists Citizen Scientists in Support of Scripps Exploration at Sea
Collaboration with SeaKeepers leverages yachting vessels as platforms for science

new species

Scripps-Led Team Discovers Four New Deep-Sea Worm Species
Genetic analysis by Scripps team correctly pinpoints species on the tree of life

Sea surface temperature anomalies on Nov. 12, 2015. Image: NOAA

El Niño 2015-2016
Scripps is helping officials prepare for potential coastal impacts and flooding caused by intensified precipitation

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explorations now | Ocean & Earth Science Magazine

Linda Chilton of USC Sea Grant leads citizen scientists on a tour of La Jolla Shores Jan. 20, 2016

From the Field: Empowering the Community through Citizen Science
Student will evaluate program enlisting public’s help in documenting El Niño

Amato Evan points skyward with a weather balloon in the background.

Photo of the Week: Into the Great Wide Open
UC San Diego undergrads launch weather balloon off the Scripps Pier

Red crabs caught during a CalCOFI bongo net tow. Photo: James Wilkinson

Photo of the Week
Red crabs galore

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

Linda Chilton of USC Sea Grant leads citizen scientists on a tour of La Jolla Shores Jan. 20, 2016

From the Field: Empowering the Community through Citizen Science
Student will evaluate program enlisting public’s help in documenting El Niño

Joshua Stewart and a giant manta ray.

Scripps Grad Student Receives Prestigious Environmental Fellowship
Joshua Stewart named as a Switzer Environmental Fellow by the Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation

Katharine Anderson Ritter Fellow

Scripps Lecture Captures Ocean Science Exploration between World Wars
Ritter Fellowship winner Katharine Anderson to give free public lecture on Feb. 8 at 3 p.m.