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

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

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Video: A Legacy of Seagoing Science Continues
Video showcases the century of ocean exploration that precedes R/V Sally Ride

Proton Pump Found to Regulate Blood pH in Stingrays
Scripps research team finds new function for similar enzyme found in boneworms, corals


New Study Challenges Assumption of Asbestos’ Ability to Move in Soil
Scripps scientist findings may have implications for current remediation strategies

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explorations now | Ocean & Earth Science Magazine

XBT units in a Scripps Oceanography lab

Around the Pier: Thirty Years On, a Groundbreaking “Gem” Still Shines
The ocean temperature-measuring XBT may be expendable, but its data is priceless

Photo of the Week: Bound for San Diego
R/V Sally Ride's Captain Charts a Course

Mantis shrimp. Photo: Ralph Pace

Research Highlight: Small but Mighty
Scripps-led research team analyzes mantis shrimp diet to understand unique body structure

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

Two women at the beach

Scripps Graduate Students Receive High Honors
Graduate Maggie Johnson receives Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellowship; incoming student Angela Szesciorka awarded NOAA’s Nancy Foster Scholarship

Scripps ocean acoustics expert Michael Buckingham

Scripps Professor Elected Vice President of the Acoustical Society of America
Ocean acoustics expert Michael Buckingham named vice president-elect of professional organization

Photo of the Week: FLIP and Friends
Platform deployed to study ocean boundary layer