Session at the AGU Fall Meeting 2012: Understanding ocean acidification using multi-source data

Description:

Understanding the impacts of ocean acidification (OA) requires a multidisciplinary approach across multiple temporal/spatial scales to study how ecosystems respond to changing ocean chemistry. We seek abstracts for OA research and data syntheses that connect past, present, and future ocean chemical changes to impacts on marine ecosystems using data from laboratory/field experiments lasting 1 month, coastal/ocean monitoring programs using various sensors/platforms, models, and rely on information stewardship. Federal agencies are collaborating to improve access and discovery of quality controlled OA data. We hope that this session will reveal how PIs integrate information and where effort must be expended to improve the process.

Sponsor: Ocean Sciences (OS)

Conveners:
  1. Hernan Eduardo Garcia
    NOAA
    hernan.garcia(at)noaa.gov
  2. David Kline
    UCSD-SIO
    dkline(at)ucsd.edu
  3. Libby Jewett
    NOAA
    libby.jewett(at)noaa.gov

Deadline for abstract submissions is 8 August 2012.

AGU Fall Meeting, 3-7 December 2012. Web site.


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