Special issue of The Journal of Marine Education on ocean acidification

National Marine Educators Association

The Journal of Marine Education Volume 25, Number 1, 2009 special issue “Ocean Acidification-from Ecological Impacts to Policy Opportunities”

The Threat of Acidification to Ocean Ecosystems
By John Guinotte and Victoria J. Fabry

Researcher Spotlight: Gretchen Hofmann, Ecological Physiologist
By Sandra Brooke

Champagne Seas—Foretelling the Ocean’s Future?
By Jason Hall-Spencer and Elizabeth Rauer

Developing New Instrumentation for in situ Experimentation Related to Ocean Acidification— Scaling up pH Effects from the Lab to the Field
By William Kirkwood and Larissa Sano

Anticipating Ocean Acidification’s Economic Consequences on Commercial Fisheries
By Sarah R. Cooley and Scott C. Doney

The Big Seven: Acidification Risks and Opportunities for the Seafood Industry
By Brad Warren

A Global Perspective on the Economics of Ocean Acidification
By Hauke L. Kite-Powell

What Can Be Done to Address Ocean Acidification Through U.S. Policy and Governance?
By Edward L. Miles and James Bradbury

Resilient Coral Reef Ecosystems Provide a Glimmer of Hope for the Future
By Jennifer Smith, Elizabeth Rauer, and Larissa Sano

Activity: Deepwater Coral Expedition: Reefs, Rigs, and Wrecks

2 Responses to “Special issue of The Journal of Marine Education on ocean acidification”

  1. 1 kathryn leonardi 25 September 2009 at 03:50

    I found the magazine online. Here is the link. http://www.mcbi.org/what/what_pdfs/MCBI_Current.pdf

    Have fun. Its brilliant!

  2. 2 Kelvin Boot 27 October 2009 at 22:20

    You will find a great animated film made by school kids. It is about Ocean Acidification and has won the Royal Society of Chemistry, Bill Bryson, Science Communication prize, to be awarded tomorrow 28/10/2010 in London. Check it out and please use if it helps with getting the message across

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