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Women In History Month Kate Ricke

March 21, 2019

…a way that addresses climate policy questions,” Ricke said. She is best known for… working on the climate effects and impacts of solar geoengineering proposals, which can be defined as intentionally blocking sunlight to cool the planet, and groundbreaking work on calculating the country-level social cost of carbon. This research…

The Survey Says

March 17, 2016

…include responses to new climate and diversity questions UC San Diego staff members have an opportunity to make their opinions heard on topics ranging from overall employee satisfaction to supportiveness of supervisors through the annual campus Staff@Work Survey. As part of the 2015 survey, respondents were also able to share…

Researchers ID Unique Geological ‘Sombrero’ Uplift in South America

October 11, 2012

Scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego have used 20 years of satellite data to reveal a geological oddity unlike any seen on Earth.

New Campus Website Facilitates Powerful Climate Change Connections

April 21, 2022

…Campus Website Facilitates Powerful Climate Change Connections UC San Diego highlights its leading role in climate research and education as part of climate change website Humankind faces catastrophic changes in climate patterns, sea level, ocean acidity, public health, and worldwide ecosystems due to climate change. According to the most recent…

Study Uncovers Surprising Melting Patterns Beneath Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf

May 27, 2019

In a study published today in Nature Geoscience a team of scientists, including glaciologists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego, detail how they discovered an ancient geologic structure under Antarctica’s largest ice shelf and describe how the ice she

Study Reveals Increasing Polarization in Climate Change Coverage Between Elite and Heartland News Sources

June 17, 2024

New research led by the University of California San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy reveals a crucial disparity in how climate change is reported across different types of news outlets and locations.

Poor and Minority Communities Suffer More from Extreme Heat in U.S. Cities

July 13, 2021

Low-income neighborhoods and communities with higher Black, Hispanic and Asian populations experience significantly more urban heat than wealthier and predominantly white neighborhoods within a vast majority of populous U.S. counties, according new research.

Paul Crutzen, Chemistry, 1995

November 1, 2012

…Brown Clouds) with Scripps climate and atmospheric scientist Veerabhadran Ramanathan. Crutzen’s activities beyond research have also drawn widespread attention, dating back to his 1982 theory of “nuclear winter.” At the apex of Cold War nuclear arms buildup, he suggested that a nuclear war would create a long-term period of planetary…

Kimberly Prather in 99 Seconds

March 14, 2024

…such as the ocean seed clouds and influence global climate. In addition, she studies how aerosols, including pollutants and pathogens, impact human health even miles away from the ocean. Read a Q and A interview here: https://scripps.ucsd.edu/news/scienti… Kim Prather’s research profile: https://kprather.scrippsprofiles.ucsd…

Make Your Voice Heard: UC Campus Climate Survey to Kick Off at UC San Diego

January 17, 2013

…Voice Heard: UC Campus Climate Survey to Kick Off at UC San Diego Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications If you think your voice doesn’t count, think again. Starting next week, UC San Diego students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to share their opinions by participating in…

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