Stanford seminar series. “Ocean Acidification as the other CO2 problem: present and future impacts on marine ecosystems”

Event Type: Seminar
Event Date and Time: January 13, 2011 – 3:15pm – 4:45pm

Location
Y2E2 Building, Room 300
473 Via Ortega
Stanford

Sponsor: Stanford’s chapter of The Coastal Society

Abstract: Panel to discuss ocean acidification, outlining main challenges in field studies, modeling studies, and future directions in ocean acidification research that would be most effective in influencing marine policy.

Bio: Rob Dunbar is the Director of the Earth Systems Program and a professor in the dept. Environmental Earth System Science at Stanford; Jim Barry is Senior Scientist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in Moss Landing, CA; Ken Caldeira leads a climate modeling group at the Department of Global Ecology and the Carnegie Institution.

Monterey Area Research Institutions’ Network for Education, Web site.

1 Response to “Stanford seminar series. “Ocean Acidification as the other CO2 problem: present and future impacts on marine ecosystems””


  1. 1 Trajano Paiva 13 January 2011 at 15:04

    Dear Professors

    Seminars are extremelly important for a better understanding of this process, specially through a high level staff suach as this institution, Stanford University which I visited before during the late 70´s.

    In my opinion, the Ocean acidification event is an issue that is already well discussed worldwide within the scientific comuninity but the information about it, isn´t completely understood by the people in general. I believe that the information and education can lead to a better understanding of this dangerous process that we all are facing today. As you all know, ocean acidification can trigger biological and chemical oprocesses and eventually kill our world oceans and life as it is.
    Kind regards
    Trajano Paiva


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