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Estimating the Feeding Habits of Corals May Offer New Insights on Resilient Reefs
New research reevaluates understanding of coral feeding and could aid in identifying coral reefs more resilient to bleaching events

Then-Scripps geoscience student Daniel Baggenstos in a Greenland firn cave, 2008

Research Highlight: Fieldwork in a Changing Field
Now that the future researchers predicted is here, climate change is changing how science is done

Scripps Hosts Public Events on Plastic Pollution

Scripps Hosts Public Events on Plastic Pollution
The Science of Plastic in the Sea and Solutions for Marine Plastic Pollution

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Then-Scripps geoscience student Daniel Baggenstos in a Greenland firn cave, 2008

Research Highlight: Fieldwork in a Changing Field
Now that the future researchers predicted is here, climate change is changing how science is done

Photo of the Week: A sip of SODA
Taking a break from probing the Beaufort Sea

Scripps Hosts Public Events on Plastic Pollution

Scripps Hosts Public Events on Plastic Pollution
The Science of Plastic in the Sea and Solutions for Marine Plastic Pollution

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Scripps graduate student Emily Wei.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Emily Wei
Geosciences graduate student uses research to unravel geological processes of the past

Scripps grad students Nicolas Blanc, Erica Ferrer, Garfield Kwan, and Sara Rivera will be attending SACNAS 2018.

Scripps Oceanography Attends the 2018 SACNAS Conference
Q&A with four Scripps graduate students who will be attending the SACNAS Conference, an annual gathering that fosters diversity in science

Scripps Oceanography student Jack Pan.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Jack Pan
Oceanography graduate student is studying how phytoplankton play a role in Antarctic fjords

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