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Scripps Oceanography Researchers Adopting Global Approach to Studying Microplastics and Microfibers
Marine scientists developing unique partnerships to address plastic degradation in the environment

Climate Change Likely to Increase Human Exposure to Toxic Mercury
Environmental factors, such as rising sea temperatures and over-fishing, impact levels of methylmercury in fish

Patrick M. Callaghan has been hired as the new assistant vice chancellor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Scripps Institution of Oceanography Welcomes New Assistant Vice Chancellor for Finance and Operations
Patrick M. Callaghan to lead financial management, operations and capital planning

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Beneath a placid surface, an internal tsunami was rolling through this Mexican lake when this photo was taken

Research Highlight: Internal Tsunamis Can Alter Bodies of Water Profoundly
Underwater landslides cause long-range displacement of sediment and large-scale current alteration

CAICE Director Kim Prather and fellow researchers work on the SeaSCAPE experiment. Photo: Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego

Research Highlight: Scientists Bring the Ocean into the Lab to Study Human Impacts on the Ocean and Climate
Interdisciplinary SeaSCAPE project utilizes large wave tank to look at how human pollution is affecting the ability of ocean biology to control clouds and climate

Photo of the Week: Miracle on Ice
Swedish icebreaker alters course to retrieve acoustic recording package

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

Drake Singleton examines the surface rupture of the recent 7.1-magnitude earthquake near Ridgecrest, Calif. Photo: Nick Lau

Scripps Student Spotlight: Drake Singleton
Geophysics graduate student conducts research to understand earthquakes and active faults in Southern California

Daria Sheik near Flores Island, British Columbia while researching grey whales.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Daria Sheik
Marine Biodiversity and Conservation graduate student is working to develop an app to connect conservation organizations and researchers with people across the world

Scripps graduate student Audrey Tan.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Audrey Tan
Climate Science and Policy graduate student is researching how El Niño impacts lives and biodiversity across the Pacific Ocean

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