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What Happened in the Past When the Climate Changed?

October 31, 2018

New research shows for the first time how the changing climate in Asia, from 5,000 to 1,000 years ago, transformed people’s ability to produce food in particular places. The computer model simulates crop failures and enables the co-authors to get at the causes of some dramatic historic and cultural changes.

Ross Sea Floats Show Why Antarctica’s Largest Ice Shelf Melts Rapidly in Summer

July 22, 2019

A new study in Antarctic waters has found a significant decrease of salinity, or freshening of the seawater surrounding the Ross Ice Shelf, indicating that ice shelf melt is caused by warming surface waters following sea ice disappearance.

Religion and Climate Change

December 14, 2015

…at UC San Diego climate and atmospheric scientist V. Ramanathan will discuss his perspective as a council member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on the transformational role religious leaders can play to bring awareness to the urgency of climate change to protect people and nature. Ramanathan will discuss his…

Grow Your Goals with a Staff Scholarship

February 10, 2022

…create supportive, culturally competent climates for students to thrive.” But the pandemic was forcing her to make a difficult decision: continue her studies in the UC San Diego/California State University San Marcos Joint Doctoral Program or wait until her financial position was more stable. She didn’t want to give up…

Two UC San Diego Scientists Elected to Royal Society

May 28, 2024

Nigel Goldenfeld, a Chancellor’s distinguished professor of physics at UC San Diego, and Mark H. Thiemens, a distinguished professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UC San Diego, have been elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society, the United Kingdom’s national academy of sciences.

Scripps Climate Researcher among 100 Foreign Policy Global Thinkers of 2014

November 20, 2014

Scripps Climate Researcher Among 100 Foreign Policy Global Thinkers of 2014 Veerabhadran Ramanathan recognized by Foreign Policy magazine for promoting dialogue with religious, political leaders to advance environmental stewardship Foreign Policy magazine has named Veerabhadran Ramanathan, a distinguished professor of climate and atmospheric sciences at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, as…

Competition Heats up for UC San Diego’s Graduate Student Recruitment

June 19, 2012

…oxygen and pH ocean climate will affect the early life stages of key marine species. “My favorite component of my research is that it incorporates a great deal of field work, both going to sea and research-based SCUBA diving,” said Frieder, a recipient of several fellowships. “I hope that my…

Graduate Students Critical to UC San Diego Success Story

June 19, 2012

…oxygen and pH ocean climate will affect the early life stages of key marine species. “My favorite component of my research is that it incorporates a great deal of field work, both going to sea and research-based SCUBA diving,” said Frieder, a recipient of several fellowships. “I hope that my…

Grants Totaling $700K Fund Two Major Projects Aimed at Advancing Faculty Diversity

October 1, 2020

…foster an inclusive campus climate. To underscore its commitment to advancing faculty diversity, the University of California Office of the President has funded two major initiatives at UC San Diego through the UC Advancing Faculty Diversity (AFD) grant program. An interdisciplinary cluster hiring project will recruit 10-12 faculty whose research…

Congratulations, UC San Diego Class of 2024

June 20, 2024

…inspiring keynote address by climate advocate and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, to the pride and joy that emanated from the faces of this year’s graduates and their loved ones, UC San Diego’s 2024 commencement ceremonies were filled with impactful moments turned to memories that will last forever.

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