Scripps chosen as new home of ocean drilling program hub in part because of its pioneering role in the field
The history of ocean drilling at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, dates back more than a half century and now the arrival of a new hub for research drilling at the Scripps campus promises to [...]
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SEAPLEX data aids assessment of the extent of plastic in North Pacific Ocean Gyre, ingestion by animals
World-renowned oceanographer and geophysicist garners university’s highest faculty honor
From left, Scripps Oceanography graduate students Yassir Eddebbar, Natalya Gallo, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christina Figueres, and Scripps graduate student Lauren Linsmayer at the COP19 climate conference in Warsaw, Poland
Ken Melville, an oceanographer at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, who specializes in air-sea interactions, describes unmanned aerial vehicles in development to Vice Admiral Kenneth Floyd, Commander, U.S. Third Fleet.
A Q and A with new Scripps Director Margaret Leinen
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