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Technical meeting on ocean acidification meta-analyses using the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre bibliographic database and other data resources

Date: 13 – 17 February 2023

Location: The event will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams

Deadline for applications: 12 January 2023

Introduction: Ocean acidification is a direct consequence of the release of anthropogenic CO2 into the atmosphere. It has been a major area of work of the IAEA though the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC). Over the years, the OA-ICC has developed key resources for the ocean acidification community including a bibliographic database and a data compilation which facilitates data comparison and meta-analyses. The use of these resources is increasingly important to synthetize the present knowledge, test new hypotheses and identify new research directions. Moreover, it provides a unique opportunity to create new knowledge for research teams in developing countries with limited access to field and laboratories. The purpose of the event is to promote the use of the OA-ICC databases through (i) teaching of the basics of synthesis and meta-analysis methodologies; (ii) identification of key questions that can be answered through synthesis and meta-analysis using the OA-ICC resources; and (iii) work on individual meta-analysis projects. Participants will be given some support beyond the training to develop their own meta-analysis projects.

Objectives: The Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC) promotes data access and sharing within the ocean acidification research community. The OA-ICC provides access to two online databases:

  • A bibliographic database which currently includes more than 9,800 references with custom OA-ICC keywords and is shared using Zotero and pCloud.
  • A data compilation which facilitates data comparison and meta-analyses. To easily filter and access relevant biological response data from this compilation, a user-friendly portal was developed.

During this workshop, participants will learn:

  • Basics of the different synthesis and meta-analysis methodologies (narrative, semi-quantitative, quantitative) through lectures and critical evaluation of existing published material.
  • How to navigate the OA-ICC databases and how to use these resources to test new hypotheses.
  • Identify and develop their own questions and identify collaborators within the course.

The training will continue after the course through a mentoring program. Each participant will have the opportunity to work with an expert on their individual project with the goal to publish meta-analysis articles relevant for their region.

Target audience: The course is open to 10 trainees. Priority will be given to early-career scientists with experience in ocean acidification and marine biology. At least one publication in the field of ocean acidification is required. Participants should have an interest in data analyses and syntheses as well as some time to invest into a meta-analysis project beyond the course.

Working language(s): English

Expected outputs: Increased capacity to perform meta-analyses and increased networking among scientists working on ocean acidification. Initiate/deepen connections with international networks such as the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON; www.goa-on.org). Participants will also work on personal projects, developing strategies for their own research and a data-based projects using data resources from the OA-ICC.

Structure: The training will include lectures and guest lectures and assignments in smaller groups (the level will depend on the basic knowledge of the selected participants). Subjects to be covered include:

  • Best-practices in ocean acidification research and monitoring
  • State-of-the-art in the field of ocean acidification and other global drivers
  • Theory on different types of meta-analyses and synthesis
  • Data extraction from OA-ICC databases, and other sources
  • Standardization and data analysis
  • Scientific writing
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GOOD-OARS-CLAP-COPAS summer school 2023: application deadline extended!

Location: CEAZA & University of Coquimbo

Dates: 6 – 12 November 2023

APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 30th, 2022 (EXTENSION UNTIL DECEMBER 15, 2022)

ANNOUNCEMENT OF RETAINED APPLICATIONS: January 15th, 2023

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: January 31st, 2023

The CLAP Project

Presentation

The last IPCC report confirms the deleterious effects of rising temperatures and decreasing pH and oxygen in the coastal and open ocean ecosystems, calling for enhancing our capacity to predict the ocean state. The GOOD-OARS-CLAP-COPAS International Summer School 2023 is designed to prepare the next generation of ocean scientists that will engage in multidisciplinary research and increase our understanding on the response of marine ecosystems in the next decades.

Objectives

The Summer School aims to teach the skills and knowledge of the many disciplines needed to understand the ocean and atmospheric processes involved in ocean deoxygenation and acidification with a focus on Eastern Boundary Upwelling systems. It will expose graduate and doctoral students and early-career scientists to recent developments and methodologies in the study of biogeochemical and physical feedbacks between the ocean and atmosphere in a changing environment.

Participants

The GOOD-OARS-CLAP-COPAS summer school is opened to graduate and doctoral students, and early career scientists interested in interacting with world leading experts in the field in a friendly atmosphere, and enhancing their understanding of the processes constraining the future state of the oceans and environmental risks to marine habitats and ecosystems.

Contact

Please send an email to summerschool2023@ceaza.cl if you have any questions or need further assistance regarding the Summer School.

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Register for the December GOA-ON webinar

Topic: GOA-ON Webinar

Description: Please join GOA-ON for this month’s webinar, “Carbon cycle monitoring in the extreme latitudes: the Southern Ocean and Arctic Ocean” on December 14, 3pm UTC. The webinar will feature presentations by Dr. Margaret Ogundare and Dr. Mohamed Ahmed. The speakers will span topics such as increasing the spatial and temporal observations of the Southern Ocean, the Arctic marine carbon sink, as well as neural network machine learning. These research topics will address how to constrain the carbonate system in regions that remain under surveyed due to their remoteness and seasonality.

Time: Dec 14, 2022 05:00 PM in Paris

Speakers

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Margaret Ogundare, Lecturer @Department of Marine Science and Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure Nigeria

Dr Ogundare received a PhD in Earth Sciences in 2020 with thesis title Carbon Solubility Pump: Carbon Dioxide Flux and Ocean Acidification Below Southern Africa from Stellenbosch University, South Africa. She is currently working on writing more journal papers from her PhD thesis and on a project with “The Ocean Foundation” on Baseline coastal ocean acidification monitoring in the Gulf Guinea.

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Mohamed Ahmed, Higher Education Specialist @Esri Canada

Mohamed received his PHD from the University of Calgary in 2020 where he focused on budgeting the marine carbon sink in the Canadian Arctic waters. Then he did two-short postdocs at University of Calgary and University of Victoria studying air-sea gas exchange and impacts of climate change. Dr. Ahmed’s research interests lie in studying marine biogeochemistry and sea-air gas fluxes using observations and geospatial technologies. During his PhD, Dr. Ahmed was able to budget the marine carbon sink in 20% of the Arctic Ocean Surface area. Currently, he is developing various techniques such as neural network machine learning to scale up the sparse field observations of dissolved gases such as CO2 and O2 to regional scales.

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Climate change and Mediterranean; accelerating the joint efforts for our Mediterranean

Live stream.

Day: 18/11/2022

Time: 15:00 – 16:00 (Egypt local time, CET+1)

Place: Mediterranean Pavilion

Organised by: Ministry of Environment, Urbanisation and Climate Change of Türkiye

In order to create a holistic approach, taking into account the work done under Barcelona Convention and other international agreements, side event would be beneficial to discuss the climate change issues to accelerate the work and raising more awareness.  

Background

As known, the Mediterranean basin, in which our country is located, is among the regions that will be most affected by climate change. Increase in sea water temperature, rise in sea water, sea acidification, decrease in oxygen are resulting from climate-sea interactions. Climate change affects marine ecosystems (decrease of seagrass, coral, phytoplankton, etc., which are important oxygen sources for our seas, migration of invasive species, negatively affecting the reproduction of species, etc.). The average temperature in the Mediterranean basin is increasing 20% ​​more than the global average, and sea level has risen 6 cm in the Mediterranean over the last two decades and seawater acidity has increased significantly. Mediterranean Sea water temperature is expected to increase by 1-4 °C in 2100. 

Within the scope of the Barcelona Convention, in line with the Paris Agreement and the European Green Deal and sustainable development goals (especially SDG 13, SDG 11, SDG 12, SDG 14), between 2022 and 2027, in order to increase the resilience of the Mediterranean to climate change, land degradation, integrated coastal management, marine and coastal biodiversity, etc. ecosystem-based approach, nature-based solutions, circular economy, reduction of land-based pollution; an intensive study has been planned on the adoption of practices on the subject.  

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Ocean acidification, climate and society: mitigation & adaptation opportunities & challenges (video)

Ocean acidification, climate and society – mitigation and adaptation opportunities and challenges towards addressing SDG14.3 Rising CO2 is impacting ocean ecosystems and dependent coastal communities worldwide. This event will highlight how action-driven global scientific and cross-sectoral collaboration supports ‘interested parties’ on mitigation, adaptation and preparedness strategies, from local to global, to the combined impacts of ocean warming, acidification and deoxygenation.

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Ocean acidification adaptation and resilience in Africa (video)

Coastal communities in many African countries rely heavily on the sea for economic, social, and nutritional services. Ocean acidification has the potential to negatively affect marine ecosystems important to these communities. The losses would be alarming for the African continent. The IAEA is working with local, regional and international partners to understand and undress potential impacts and solutions to ocean acidification in Africa.

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COP 27 side event: international finance opportunities: gaps and needs for ocean-based climate action towards implementing SDG14.3

Date: Nov 9 2022

Location: Sharm el Sheik, Egypt

There is increasing urgency that nations achieve goals and commitments to reducing GHG and carbon emissions as well as support ongoing efforts to implement SDG 14.3, “to minimize and address impacts of ocean acidification.”  

Government and non-government actors can implement actions that mitigate and adapt to climate risks including ocean warming, acidification, deoxygenation.  

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Ocean acidification adaptation and resilience in Africa

At this year’s 27th Annual Conference of the Parties (COP27), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will host a side event on “Ocean acidification adaptation and resilience in Africa” at the #Atoms4Climate Pavilion to highlight the need for cooperation and support in the realm of ocean acidification in African communities. This hybrid event will be livestreamed.

Description: Coastal communities in many African countries rely heavily on the sea for economic, social, and nutritional services. Ocean acidification has the potential to negatively affect marine ecosystems important to these communities. The losses would be alarming for the African continent.

The IAEA is working with local, regional and international partners to understand and undress potential impacts and solutions to ocean acidification in Africa.

Date: 12 November 2022

Time: 9:00-10:00 (UTC +2)

Location: #Atoms4Climate Pavilion

Live stream: Link

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NOAA Ocean Acidification Program (OAP) community meeting

Dates: Jan. 4 to Jan. 6, 2023

Location: San Diego, California

Registration: Link

Registration deadline: November 18, 2022

Meeting Goals

  • Shape the future strategic direction of the OAP
  • Inform community members of recent OAP-supported efforts
  • Foster collaborations within the OA research community
  • Identify critical research gaps and efforts to address them
  • Highlight and discuss diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and justice in OA research and our community

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Submit your abstract to ECCWO5: Nov. 5 deadline!

The 5th International Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Ocean ECCWO5 will take place from April 17- 21 2023 in Bergen, Norway, bringing together experts from around the world to better understand climate impacts on ocean ecosystems, the ecosystem services they provide, and the people, businesses and communities that depend on them.

Abstract submissions to ECCWO5 are open until Saturday, November 5, 2022.

Submit your Abstract to Session 19: Ocean Acidification Research for Sustainability.  This session invites contributions that highlight activities addressing the 7 Outcomes of OARS, the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development Programme Ocean Acidification Research for Sustainability – OARS, such as biogeochemical and biological observations of ocean acidification, data management, projections, capacity development and science-policy efforts.

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Join us for an Ocean Best Practices Workshop VI session on FAIR data solutions that span marine ecosystem observing networks

About: Join us for an Ocean Best Practices Workshop VI session on FAIR data solutions that span marine ecosystem observing networks

Timing: Tuesday, October 11  9:00-11:00 am EDT

Registration: Please register for the Ocean Best Practices Workshop (free) in order to participate in this special session. You can sign up for this session via the Workshop Team Calendar (click on our Oct. 11 session and you’ll see a button to sign up to participate).

One of the aims of the Marine Ecological Time Series Research Coordination Network (METS-RCN) is to work towards standardized semantic approaches and adoption of controlled vocabularies for physical, biogeochemical, and biological parameters that are part of shipboard ocean time series data sets. Many global observing networks are currently trying to do this for biological parameters. Since we are looking at many of the same parameters, we should be coordinating and working towards a common solution.

Building on the model of a 2012 international workshop focused on methodological best practices for ship-based time series, the METS-RCN will convene a follow-on international time series workshop in 2023-2024 focused on consensus building around data and metadata best practices for ship-based time series. The OBPS workshop represents an opportunity to connect with other biology and biodiversity observing networks to share strategies for consensus building within their networks and identify common solutions (semantic approaches, use of existing and development of new terms in controlled vocabularies) in preparation for this activity next year.

Format

This will be a 2-hour panel discussion to discuss goals and guiding principles (and any progress) on  data and metadata guidelines for ocean biology and biodiversity variables:

  • Marine Ecological Time Series Research Coordination Network (METS-RCN) Steering Committee members
  • Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (MBON) – Enrique Montes, Gabrielle Canonico, Frank Muller-Karger
  • Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Bio cluster – Abby Benson
  • ESIP Marine cluster – Mathew Biddle
  • Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) BioEco – Gabrielle Canonico, Frank Muller-Karger
  • Ocean Biomolecular Observing Network (OBON) – Pier Luigi Buttegieg
  • Biological & Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO) – Danie Kinkade
  • Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS) – Ward Appeltans
  • Marine Life 2030 – Frank Muller-Karger, Emmett Duffy
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Aquaculture Europe 22

Date: 27-30 September 2022

Location: Rimini, Italy

The issues of compatibility and mutual synergy between the users of marine, brackish and freshwater resources and their relationship with the quality of those ecosystems are central in promoting the sustainable development of the Blue economy and aquaculture.

Traditional and emerging Blue economy sectors, currently operating in the Adriatic, Mediterranean and water bodies throughout Europe, are expected to grow and expand over the next years and to sustainably contribute to food production, biofuel and clean energy.

Nevertheless, scientific literature provides clear evidence that, according to current trends and within 10 years, our coastal and marine environment will change for sea acidification and warming, sea-level rise and coastal erosion and all water bodies will be affected by flooding, eutrophication and pollution, with important effects on ecosystem services, fish and shellfish stocks and food security.

Plenary 1. Wednesday, September 28 09:00 – Climate change and aquaculture

An overview of the short term scenarios of how climate changes will affect temperature, sea level, severe weather, flooding, erosion, acidification for the Med and Adriatic. Followed by specific aquaculture climate impacts and challenges – with case studies of iconic fish and shellfish species.

Speakers:

  • Nadia Pinardi, Departament of Physics and Astronomy, University of Bologna
  • Mariana Mata Lara, Geonardo Environmental Technologies

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Workshop: ecosystem science & modeling

Date: 24 September 2022

Time: 2:00 – 3:30 pm

Location: Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve and Learning Center – 2446 N. Oso Parkway – Corpus Christi, Texas 78414

Registration

JOIN THE HARTE RESEARCH INSTITUTE AT THE OSO BAY WETLANDS PRESERVE FOR A WETLANDS WORKSHOP!

HRI’s Ecosystem Science & Modeling Lab investigates environmental changes in coastal and estuarine ecosystems due to climate change and human activities.  In this presentation and exercise, Dr. Xinping Hu will discuss ocean acidification and how it affects global marine species. 

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5th International Symposium for the Ocean in High CO2 World: plenary speeches streamed live

The 5th International Symposium on the Ocean in High CO2 World will take place from the 13 -16 September in Lima, Peru. The plenaries will be available to stream live on the High CO2 YouTube channel. The schedule for the plenary speakers is as follows:

Tuesday 13 September

  • 13:00-13:50 UTC – Samantha Siedlicki
  • 13:50-14:40 UTC – Cristian Vargas

Wednesday 14 September

  • 13:00-13:50 UTC – Steve Widdicombe
  • 13:50-14:40 UTC – Dalin Shi

Thursday 15 September

  • 13:00-13:50 UTC – Jessie Turner
  • 13:50-14:40 UTC – Frédéric Gazeau

Friday 16 September

  • 13:00-13:50 UTC – Sarah Cooley
  • 13:50-14:40 UTC – Guillermo Diaz-Pulido
  • 21:00-22:00 UTC – Dimitri Gutiérrez

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OA-ICC booth at the Virtual Ocean Pavilion on the Road to COP27

The OA-ICC booth at the Virtual Ocean Pavilion for COP27 opened this week for Africa Climate Week (ACW), being held from 29 August-2 September 2022 in Gabon. Come visit to learn more about OA-ICC news, activities, and resources.

To visit the booth, explore materials from other Virtual Ocean Pavilion exhibitors, and view the schedule of live events, register for an account at the link. The booth and the Virtual Ocean Pavilion will be viewable through the end of COP27.

The Virtual Ocean Pavilion will host two live events this week in the Pavilion Virtual Auditorium. Please review the details below.

  • COP27 Virtual Ocean Pavilion Opening Event: Raising Action: An Ocean of Prospects and Opportunities in 2022 and Beyond
    • 30 August 2022 at 7:00 – 8:30 UTC
    • Speakers: Dr. Manuel Barange, Mr. Richard Delaney, Ms. Landisang Kotaro, Ms. Nozi Mbongwa, Ms. Elisabeth Mrema, Ian Mzee Ngunga, Ambassador Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, Dr. Joanna Post, Dr. Vladimir Ryabinin, Ambassador Peter Thomson, Prof. Carol Turley
  • Ocean and Climate Action: Adaptation and Resilience Practices and Tools Clinic
    • 30 August 2022 at 13:00 – 14:30 UTC
    • Speakers: Dr. Indumathie Hewawasam, Dr. Nayrah Shaltout, Dr. Roshan T. Ramessur, Dr. Bernadette Snow, Dr. Flower Msuya
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Basic training course on multiple stressors and ocean acidification

Date: 24 October – 4 November 2022

Location: The event will be held at the IAEA Marine Environment Laboratories in Monaco.

Deadline for applications: 12 September 2022

Introduction: The basic training course on multiple stressors will be based on previous courses on ocean acidification held as part of the activities of the IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative project “Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre” (OA-ICC) and partners.

Objectives: Human health and well-being are closely linked to the ocean and the many goods and services it provides. However, the ocean is under cumulative stress from a range of human-driven pressures. The impact of multiple ocean stressors together and their interplay on marine life and ecosystem function is not well understood, yet it is central to mitigate the negative effects they cause and/or to support adaptation strategies that might counteract stressors. To date, studies often focus on single species or groups of organisms and the influence of a single stressor, while information about ecosystem responses to multiple stressors is limited. Innovative science is needed to resolve the complexity of the interplay of stressors and the resulting impacts. The aim of this course is to train early-career scientists and researchers entering the multiple stressor field with the goal to better understand key concepts (e.g. What is a stressor? What is a mode of action? What is an interaction?), assist them to be able to measure and manipulate seawater physico-chemistry, develop relevant experimental strategies, set up pertinent experiments in the laboratory and in the field, avoid typical pitfalls and ensure comparability with other studies, in a sustainable way.

Target audience: The course is open to 12 trainees. Priority will be given to early-career scientists with experience in marine environmental changes. At least one publication in the field of marine environmental changes is required.

Working language(s): English

Expected outputs: Increased capacity to measure and study multiple stressors and increased networking among scientists working on ocean acidification. Initiate/deepen connections with international networks such as the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON; http://www.goa-on.org). Participants will also work on personal projects, developing strategies for their own research and a data-based project using data resources from the OA-ICC.

Structure: The training will include lectures in plenary, guest lectures and hands-on experiments in smaller groups (the level will depend on the basic knowledge of the selected participants). Subjects to be covered include theoretical aspects of multiple stressor research, how to identify relevant scientific questions, best practices for seawater physico-chemistry characterization, experimental strategies and design, lab and field-based methods for measuring organism responses to multiple stressors, including nuclear and isotopic techniques, and data analysis, processing, and modeling.

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Roundtable with California Current ocean acidification network

Description: The California Current Ocean Acidification Network (C-CAN) and Washington Sea Grant will host a webinar to help industry stakeholders and natural resource managers and partners understand the mechanisms of Pseudo-nitzschia australis bloom formation and toxicity during seasonal upwelling and marine heatwave scenarios. Kyla Kelly will be the presenter.

When: Wednesday, August 17, at 1 p.m. (PST)

Link: Zoom

Register in advance here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Following the presentation, there will be a few short informational announcements for the C-CAN community.

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SOOS symposium “Southern Ocean in a changing world” August 2023

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Description: The Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS) Symposium, “Southern Ocean in a Changing World”, will consist of plenary presentations, parallel sessions and workshops. These will be focused around the topics below and incorporate a wide spectrum of Southern Ocean research. 

Date: 14-18 August 2023 in Hobart, Australia

Links: SOOS Symposium 2023 Save-the-Date Flyer
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GOA-ON webinar: ocean acidification monitoring and scientific research in the the PI-TOA region

Topic: GOA-ON Webinar: Ocean Acidification Monitoring and Scientific Research in the the PI-TOA Region

Description: Please join GOA-ON for this month’s webinar, “Ocean Acidification Monitoring and Scientific Research in the PI-TOA Region” on August 25 11am Fiji. The webinar will be moderated by Dr Kim Currie with presentations by Dr Antoine De Ramon N’Yeurt, Associate Professor Patila Amosa and Ms Luia Taise. The three speakers will span topics such as establishing a pH time-series on the Suva reef, the effects of ocean acidification on organismal calcification such as corals and bryozoans, and the impacts on the photosynthetic physiology of a green seaweed. These research topics are important in understanding the impact of ocean acidification on coastal ecosystems of the Pacific.

Time: Aug 25, 2022 23:00 UTC

Registration: Webinar Registration – Zoom

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Webinar registration: management guidance for the use of ocean and coastal acidification regional model outputs in the northeast

Description: As capabilities for biogeochemical forecast modeling improve, it is important to understand how stakeholder and end users might engage with and use potential model outputs. Here, we present the results of stakeholder focus groups with oyster growers who use upweller systems, mussel growers and water quality specialists who actively monitor nearshore water quality. We draw stakeholder-derived insights into how outputs from biogeochemical forecast models might be most effectively used in the NECAN region. 

This presentation is the result of research funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science Competitive Research Program and the NOAA Ocean Acidification Program under award NA18NOS4780178 to the Northeastern Regional Association of Coastal Ocean Observing Systems.

Time: Aug 2, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Registration: Link

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