It is another beautiful day in paradise. This paradise is sunny San Diego, California. Today we’ll suit up for a dive underneath the pier at Scripps Institution of Oceanography to visit our underwater instruments for a cleaning and calibration water sample. I have done this dive over 200 times, but thankfully it doesn’t get old. I have been able to … Read More
Published Results: Effects of ocean acidification on San Diego seaweeds
A new paper, written by Susan Kram and co-authors, was recently accepted for publication in the ICES Journal of Marine Science themed article set on Ocean Acidification. The paper, “Variable responses of temperate calcified and fleshy macroalgae to elevated pCO2 and warming,” describes the responses of six different locally abundant San Diego seaweeds to future ocean acidification and warming conditions. … Read More
My first summer in the field – by Gideon Butler
My first summer in the field When I tell people that I spent six weeks on Maui this summer, nobody seems to believe that it wasn’t a vacation. I tell them that I was working from dawn to dark every day and that my body was covered in scrapes and bruises by the end, but all they hear is, … Read More
SEA Days: Diving Deeper with Scripps Scientists
This Saturday, March 15th, Susan Kram will be talking about climate change and ocean acidification at Birch Aquarium’s March Sea Days
Smith Lab Ocean Acidification Experiments Featured in the Environmental Monitor
The Environmental Monitor is a journal, published by Fondriest Environmental, that covers topics like products, projects and trends in the environmental monitoring industry. It aims to keep professionals informed about developments in their field. Members of the Smith Lab at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Hamilton Lab at Moss Landing Marine Labs have been performing several experiments that look at … Read More
Smith Lab is in Full Swing for Summer
Master’s student Samantha Clements summarizes the ongoing summer activities of the Smith Lab. From research travels around the world to data processing right here at home, there’s no such thing as summer break from science… and it’s awesome!
2013 UCSD Student Research Showcase
Master’s students Susan Kram, Clinton Edwards, & Samantha Clements will be presenting posters11 at UCSD’s 5th annual Division of Biological Sciences’ Research Showcase 2013. The event is on June 5th from 4-7:15pm in Price Center: Ballroom A/B.
Smith Lab Helps Spread the Word on Ocean Acidification!
Master’s student Susan Kram talks about her experience presenting the basics of ocean acidification and how to educate others about this important subject!
The Smith Lab Helps Party for the Planet
Master’s student Susan Kram shares her experience participating in Earth Day festivities at the Birch Aquarium.
Smith Lab Helps Establish Live Feed of Continuous Ocean Acidification Data at SIO
On March 12th 2013 the Smith Lab made history at Scripps Institution of Oceanography by establishing a live feed of continuous seawater pH data being collected from instruments mounted underwater on a piling at the SIO Pier. Master’s student Susan Kram gives us the details!
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