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Coastal Ecosystems Suffer from Upriver Hydroelectric Dams
A recent study demonstrates the widespread environmental consequences of large dam reservoirs in Mexico

Conversations with Three Women in Science at Scripps Oceanography
International Women's Day-inspired Q&A features three stellar Scripps scientists, ranging from faculty members to PhD student

Photo: J.-P. Sylvestre

Scientists Find Mystery Killer Whales off Cape Horn, Chile
Expedition to find rare Type D killer whales

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Research Highlight: Coastal Ecosystems Suffer from Upriver Hydroelectric Dams
A recent study demonstrates the widespread environmental consequences of large dam reservoirs in Mexico

Photo of the Week: Revelle Down Under
Scripps' world-roaming research vessel heading back to San Diego

Photo: J.-P. Sylvestre

Research Highlight: Scientists Find Mystery Killer Whales off Cape Horn, Chile
Expedition to find rare Type D killer whales

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Daniel Conley and other Scripps students conduct field work aboard R/V Robert Gordon Sproul. Photo: Cody Gallo

Scripps Student Spotlight: Daniel Conley
Marine biology graduate student is studying how corals react to different environmental conditions

Scripps graduate student Ariel Pezner

Scripps Student Spotlight: Ariel Pezner
Biological oceanography graduate student is studying the effects of human-induced stressors on reef-building corals

Scripps graduate student Matthew Costa. Photo: Octavio Aburto-Oropeza

Scripps Student Spotlight: Matthew Costa
Biological oceanography graduate student is studying wetlands inhabited by productive and salt-tolerant trees called mangroves

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