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Corazon’s Damsel or Pomacentrus vatosoa, a new species of damselfish. Photo: Y.K. Tea

Scientists Identify New Species of Damselfish
New study co-authored by Scripps Oceanography identifies Corazon’s Damsel, a previously unknown species of damselfish found off Madagascar

Vibrio cholera bacteria. Image: iStock/ktsimage

A Climate Change Warning from Microbiologists
Scripps researchers join advisory calling for need to consider effects on microbes

Weddell Sea polynya, initally 3,700 square miles, 2017. False color NASA satellite image shows ice in blue, clouds in white.

Mysterious Holes in Antarctic Sea Ice Explained by Years of Robotic Data
Strategic placement of Argo floats yields trove of information

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Students retrieve a CTD unit at the fantail of research vessel Robert Gordon Sproul June 1.

Photo of the Week: Put to the Test
Students compare performance of their own instruments to standard equipment during sea trial

Research Highlight: Researchers Discover What Makes Deep-Sea Dragonfish Teeth Transparent
Findings could provide “bioinspiration” for researchers looking to develop transparent ceramics

Oceanographer Drew Lucas

A Scientist’s Life: Drew Lucas
Oceanographer studies small-scale ocean physics that influence climate

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Scripps graduate student Audrey Tan.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Audrey Tan
Climate Science and Policy graduate student is researching how El Niño impacts lives and biodiversity across the Pacific Ocean

Scripps graduate student Travis Courtney. Photo by Lark Starkey.

Scripps Student Spotlight: Travis Courtney
Geosciences graduate student is researching how climate change is affecting coral reef structures

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

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