Upcoming webinar: How to start and maintain carbonate system in situ observations to evaluate ocean acidification

Date: 6th March, 12:00 – noon (GMT)

Description: This NGP Webinar is presented by Dr Carla Berghoff.

Dr. Carla Berghoff is a research scientist in the Marine Plankton Dynamics and Climate Change (DiPlaMCC) program at the Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Pesquero (INIDEP), Argentina. Dr. Berghoff is a biologist with a strong background in carbonate chemistry. During the last six years she participated in several ocean acidification trainings and numerous oceanographic cruises measuring total alkalinity and pH, which gave her vast experience on the analytical determination of the carbonate system. Her research focuses on link the temporal and spatial variability of the carbonate system, the role of the phytoplankton and its impact in regulating air-sea gas exchange in different areas of the Argentine Sea, especially at the EPEA ecological time-series station, maintained by DiPlaMCC-INIDEP. Carla is also a member of the Executive Council of Latin-American Ocean Acidification (LAOCA) Network and of the NANO Global Research Project (https://nf-pogo-alumni.org/projects/global/).

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