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New Research Forecasts U.S. Among Top Nations to Suffer Economic Damage from Climate Change
Novel UC San Diego study indicates global warming is costing U.S. economy about $250 billion per year

Scripps Institution of Oceanography to Host Plastic Awareness Global Initiative Symposium
Scientists, government, conservationists and others come together to address plastic pollution in world’s oceans

Argo floats deployed from R/V Palmer during NSF-funded SOCCOM cruise to Southern Ocean. Photo: Greta Shum

Human Causes Only Plausible Source of Warming in Southern Ocean
Synthesis of observational data and models shows trend not due to natural variability

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Photo of the Week: Shoreside in Seattle
Scripps research vessels briefly share distant dock

Photo of the Week: Particular Process
Research eyes chemistry's connection to sea spray

Seawater under analysis by CAICE researchers at the Hydraulics Lab at Scripps Oceanography

Research Highlight: NSF Awards $20 Million for Continued Study of Aerosols at UC San Diego
UC San Diego’s largest center awarded a five-year $20 million extension

From the Porthole | Notices and Campus news

Scripps graduate student Dara Goldberg.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Dara Goldberg
Geophysics graduate student is studying earthquakes to support early warning efforts

Graduate student Rishi Sugla visits the salt flats of Jujuy, Argentina.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Rishi Sugla
Geosciences graduate student uses interdisciplinary skillset to study Earth’s ancient oxygen levels

Scripps alumna Jesse C. Traller

Scripps Alumna Highlight: Q&A with Jesse C. Traller
With a passion for science and degrees from Scripps Oceanography and UC San Diego, alumna Jesse C. Traller ’08, MS ’16, PhD ’17 is tackling the challenge of improving the world using algae as the fuel for change

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