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California’s Winter Waves May Be Increasing Under Climate Change

August 1, 2023

A new study from UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography researcher emeritus Peter Bromirski uses nearly a century of data to show that the average heights of winter waves along the California coast have increased as climate change has heated up the planet.

‘Ditch the 2° C Warming Goal’

October 2, 2014

As climate instability increases across the planet, limiting global surface air temperature increase above pre-industrial levels to an average of 2° C (3.6° F) has become a popular metric for success in the public eye.

Urologists Investigate Climate Change, Health Rights and Gender Equity

November 29, 2022

The Urology for Social Responsibility seminar will be offered in the T. Denny Sanford Center Medical Education and Telemedicine on the UC San Diego campus from January 14 to 15, 2023.

How the West Gets Drier

March 20, 2014

…new perspectives on human-caused climate change As simulated by computer models, the average mean change in frequency of dry days (days/year) by 2060-2089, relative to the historical period 1960-1989, factoring in anthropogenic climate change. Image by Scientific Reports New studies involving researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San…

Human Causes Only Plausible Source of Warming in Southern Ocean

September 24, 2018

…records, along with a climate model, to attribute warming trends in the Southern Ocean to human-caused climate change including greenhouse gas emissions and depletion of the ozone layer. Sarah Gille, a physical oceanographer at Scripps and co-author of a new study, said the research validates how scientists have been interpreting…

UC San Diego to Send Delegation to COP21

November 24, 2015

University of California, San Diego scientists and students will be traveling to international climate negotiations in Paris next week to spur the momentum toward effective international climate action that UC San Diego scientists have been instrumental in creating

Bringing Science to Global Climate Talks

January 24, 2019

…to attend the COP24 climate conference in December 2018. Photo: Jack Pan Bringing Science to Global Climate Talks Large delegation of students and researchers from Scripps Oceanography and University of California participate in COP24 climate conference in Poland Traditional Polish singers and musicians perform at a COP24 welcome reception in…

A Gift with ‘Seed Value’

October 29, 2020

Climate change advocate Marshall Saunders was widely known as a man who paired a deep respect for others with determination to make a difference.

Study Shows Experiments Underestimate Plant Responses to Climate Change

May 2, 2012

This spring’s warmer than normal temperatures brought early blooming throughout much of the Eastern United States. Biologists discovered in a new study that plant warming experiments may dramatically underestimate how plants respond to future increases in temperatures from global warming.

New California Law to Curb Climate Pollutant Emissions Based on Scripps Science

September 19, 2016

…new state restrictions on the emissions of so-called short-lived climate pollutants such as methane, hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) used in refrigeration, and soot and other forms of black carbon. The new law was inspired by decades of research by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego Climate and Atmospheric Scientist Veerabhadran…

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