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2015/03/05 12:39
2015/03/05 12:39
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Much ecological literature focuses on the effects that human actions have on species, habitats or ecosystems. Unfortunately, human effects on the natural world are often negative. Whether it's...
2015/03/05 12:39
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2015/03/05 05:44
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The Birch Aquarium in La Jolla plans to introduce marine science to more children who rarely have the chance to explore the ocean, thanks to a record-tying $6 million gift that will be announced...
2015/03/04 19:43
2015/03/04 19:43
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This work has been published in the journal Quaternary Science Reviews. Its authors include Francisca Mart�nez Ruiz y David Gallego Torres (Andalusia Institute of Earth Sciences, CSIC-UGR), both of...
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2015/03/03 21:42
2015/03/03 21:42
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In a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Scripps graduate student Hao Ye, Scripps Professor George Sugihara, and fisheries coauthors in Canada describe how the...
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2015/03/02 00:53
2015/03/02 00:53
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As a schoolgirl in the 1930s, Eugenie Clark spent countless hours pressed up to the tanks at a New York City aquarium, absorbed by the alligators, sea turtles and hundreds of species of fish just...
2015/03/01 16:44
2015/03/01 16:44
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For graduate archaeology student Tom Holm, an iconic children’s story linked a cryptic chapter in California’s past with a modern-day Indian tribe in San Diego County. A decision by the Navy last...
2015/02/28 12:39
2015/02/28 12:39
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As you well know if you live there, the eastern United States has been in a deep freeze throughout February, 2015. Wave after wave of ice and snowstorms have hit the region, and NASA says that...
2015/02/27 12:39
2015/02/27 12:39
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A Scripps Institution of Oceanography-led study on how natural and man-made sources of nitrogen are recycled through the Lake Tahoe ecosystem provides new information on how global change may affect...
2015/02/26 05:17
2015/02/26 05:17
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LEWES, Del. (WBOC) - In November, "60 Minutes" shared the story of the BentProp project. Since the mid-90's its members have given their time and money to searching the waters and land of Palau, a...
2015/02/21 23:44
2015/02/21 23:44
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DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO — Snuggled up against the Broadway Pier downtown, the venerable scientific research ship Melville lowered its gangway to allow the public a rare glimpse inside the floating...
2015/02/19 15:31
2015/02/19 15:31
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Research on the two existing types of seadragons has led to a startling discovery – the existence of a new, previously unknown third type of the aquatic creature, according to research published in...
2015/02/19 14:25
2015/02/19 14:25
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Scripps Institution of Oceanography researchers in La Jolla have discovered a colorful new species of seadragon. The ruby seadragon joins only two other known species of seadragon, both of which are...
2015/02/19 05:07
2015/02/19 05:07
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SAN DIEGO - Phil Bresnahan is a Ph.D. student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and he's outfitted his standup paddleboard with what he calls the Wave Phox instrument. It attaches to the bottom...
2015/02/17 15:39
2015/02/17 15:39
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Finally, it had arrived: the long band of atmospheric water vapor from the tropics that scientists were eager to examine from every conceivable angle. "This is the big blockbuster event," Cmdr. Mark...
2015/02/16 14:44
2015/02/16 14:44
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Has San Diego County done a good job of conserving water in recent years? It depends on which statistics you look at. Overall municipal water use — which includes residential, industrial and...
2015/02/14 01:44
2015/02/14 01:44
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Water use in San Diego crept up over the past five years amid hot, dry weather, despite water officials’ pleas to cut back during the drought, according to a new report by the Equinox Center. The...
2015/02/10 07:50
2015/02/10 07:50
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Anyone who has surfed knows the sheer power of waves, some of which can reach tens of metres high. They seem large and formidable enough. But imagine waves many times bigger than these – some...
2015/02/10 03:36
2015/02/10 03:36
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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Some penguins at SeaWorld San Diego are helping a local scientist prepare for an important research project in Antarctica. Scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography...
2015/02/05 02:42
2015/02/05 02:42
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Several months ago John Holdren, President Obama’s chief science advisor, offered to answer the public’s questions, particularly about the science behind the administration’s call to make the vast...
2015/02/04 20:15
2015/02/04 20:15
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New research reveals extreme oxygen loss in oceans during past climate change. During global warming after the last ice age, we found evidence of extreme oxygen loss in the oceans. Sarah Moffitt New...
2015/03/05 12:39
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