UAB researchers receive grant to study Antarctic ocean acidification

The National Science Foundation awarded a $625,499 grant to the University of Alabama at Birmingham to study the effects of ocean acidification and rising sea surface temperatures on shallow-water benthic organisms in Antarctica on September 20, 2010.

This is a three year study that resulted from the work of James B McClintock (Department of Biology – Physiology & Ecology of Aquatic & Marine Invertebrates), Charles Amsler (marine algal ecophysiologist from the UAB Biology Department), and Robert Angus (Professor Biology – Endocrine disrupters in aquatic models).

Paul Hamaker, The Examiner, 21 September 2010. Full article.

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