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Alaska Ocean Acidification Network’s “Ask A Scientist” series: Can ocean acidification be stopped or slowed down?

 

 

Brad Warren, the founder and director of Global Ocean Health, answers this question through the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network’s “Ask A Scientist” series.
Alaska Ocean Acidification Network, 27 September 2018. Video.

 

GOOS webinar: Integrated and interdisciplinary observations of the ecological impacts of ocean acidification

Time: Thursday, September 13, 2018 17: 00 UCT

Presenter: Rusty Brainard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Description: Ocean acidification is predicted to significantly impact coral reefs and the associated ecosystem services they provide to human societies. To inform, validate, and improve experiments and predictive modelling efforts, scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) SubCommission for the Western Pacific (WESTPAC), the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environmental Programme (SPREP), and many countries of the western and central Pacific Ocean have established an integrated, interdisciplinary observing network to assess spatial patterns and monitor long-term trends of the ecological impacts of ocean acidification on coral reef ecosystems.

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Interactive effects of sediments buffering and predator exclusion on recruitment of commercial, intertidal bivalves in Northern Casco Bay, Maine: results from field experiments (2014-2016) (webinar)

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Beyond dissolution (webinar)

 

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Bless your coast: communicating coastal acidification with lessons learned in the U.S. Southeast

Interactive presentation on communicating coastal acidification.

Leslie Wickes, Southeast Ocean and Coastal Acidification Network (SOCAN)
SECOORA/Thrive Blue, LLC
lesliewickes(at)secoora.org

Ryan Ono, Ocean Conservancy
rono@oceanconservancy.org

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Webinar: U.S. West Coast ocean acidification observations and assets inventory

When: Tuesday, May 29, 1:00 – 3:00 PM

OVERVIEW

In 2016, the Joint OAH Monitoring Task Force of the Pacific Coast Collaborative (PCC) and federal Interagency Working Group on Ocean Acidification (IWG-OA), embarked on an undertaking to inventory the OAH monitoring infrastructure on the West Coast from California through Alaska. The intention was to compile the foundational information for a gaps analysis – a comprehensive list of OAH-relevant field research and monitoring efforts documenting chemical, physical, and biological trends all along the coast – to ultimately inform the design of a West Coast Integrated OAH Monitoring network and the subsequent strategic monitoring investments required to build it.

In this webinar, you will hear from a series of Panelists who will provide an update on the status of this inventory and where are we headed as a region.

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Coastal acidification: moving from a global problem to a coastal water- quality issue

Interactive presentation on coastal acidification and the Southeast Ocean and Coastal Acidification Network (SOCAN).

Leslie Wickes, Southeast Ocean and Coastal Acidification Network (SOCAN)
SECOORA/Thrive Blue, LLC
lesliewickes(at)secoora.org

Dr. Janet Reimer, University of Delaware
janetr(at)udel.ed

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