Scientists participate in ocean acidification annual community meetings in San Diego, California

Scientists from NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML), and our cooperative institute partners, the University of Miami’s Cooperative Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Studies  and the Northern Gulf Institute, recently participated in Ocean Acidification Annual Community Meetings at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography in San Diego, California. Over the course of multiple days, scientists attended various meetings on ocean acidification research topics, visited laboratories, met with fellow scientists, learned about new ocean acidification technologies, and much more. 

Seven scientists wearing name tags pose for a photo with a green lawn, palm trees, and the Pacific Ocean in the background.
Molly Baringer, Leticia Barbero, Ian Enochs, Nastassia Patin, Luke Thompson, Kelly Goodwin, and Fabian Gomez attending the Ocean Acidification Annual Community Meeting at the Scripps Oceanographic Institute.

NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Program (OAP) seeks to better prepare society to respond to changing ocean conditions by understanding the processes of ocean acidification through interdisciplinary partnerships both nationally and internationally. The goals of the OAP community meeting are to shape the future of the OAP; to inform community members of OAP updates, encourage collaborations with the ocean acidification research community, discuss research gaps and how to address them, and to make ocean acidification research more diverse and accessible.

 Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, 31 January 2023. Full article.

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