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Mid-Atlantic Coastal Acidification Network (MACAN) Webinar: citizen science

5 December, 1-2 PM.

The Webinar will highlight opportunities to use citizen science in acidification monitoring. Speakers: Parker Gassett (University of Maine), Emily Rivest (VIMS) and Charlie Plybon and Mara Dias (Oregon Surfrider).

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Surface ocean CO2 atlas (GOOS webinar)

Dr Dorothee Bakker, University of East Anglia (UEA) and Dr Kim Currie, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)

Wednesday 15 November, 18:00 GMT/UTC

The Surface Ocean CO₂Atlas (SOCAT) is a synthesis activity for quality-controlled, surface ocean fCO₂(fugacity of carbon dioxide) observations by the international marine carbon research community (>100 contributors). SOCAT data is publicly available, discoverable and citable. SOCAT enables quantification of the ocean carbon sink and ocean acidification and evaluation of ocean biogeochemical models. SOCAT, which celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2017, represents a milestone in biogeochemical and climate research and in informing policy. SOCAT data are released in versions. Each succeeding version contains new data sets as well as updates of older ones. The first version of SOCAT was released in 2011, the second and third version followed biennially. Automation allowed annual public releases since version 4. The latest SOCAT version (version 5) has 21.5 million observations from 1957 to 2017 for the global oceans and coastal seas. Calibrated sensor data are also available. SOCAT version 6 will be released in summer 2018. Data submissions for this next SOCAT version are very welcome, and the submission deadline is on the 15th of January 2018.

 

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Brown Bag Seminar – Eelgrass, blue carbon and ocean acidification: insight into the valuable and surprising ecosystem services provided by nearshore marine habitats in PNW waters

Presented by Dr. Jude Apple, Estuarine Ecologist and Research Coordinator, Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) in nearby Bayview, WA is part of a national network of reserves that are dedicated to research, monitoring, stewardship and management of coastal ecosystems and their associated watersheds. As Research Coordinator at Padilla Bay, Dr. Jude Apple provides oversight and guidance for research efforts and collaborations to address local, regional and national priorities regarding coastal ecosystem science and management. This talk will focus on work we are doing to quantify the capacity of coastal wetlands in the PNW (e.g. eelgrass, salt marsh) to sequester and store carbon (i.e. “blue carbon”)—and the potential mitigating effect eelgrass have on ocean pH and ocean acidification. The talk will also highlight work we are doing to examine the effect of climate change on water resources in the Skagit basin and hopefully open a discussion about shared priorities and potential opportunities for collaboration between Padilla Bay and WSU.

Details

Date: 18 October
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Venue: Sakuma Auditorium, 16650 WA-536, Mt Vernon, WA 98273

Washington State University. More information.

Ocean acidification and other stories – overcoming climate anxiety at a time of global crisis (video)

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Ocean acidification – from documenting the disaster to being part of the solution (video)

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SOARCE webinar: “Science – Society: equilibrating our understanding of ocean acidification”

During this webinar Carla Edworthy, a PhD candidate a the South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, will share her experience with mobilising citizen and professional science by means of a continentally co-ordinated event on World Ocean Day 2017. It will highlight the methods of engagement with both the science and non-science community as well as present the various challenges and lessons learnt from this experience.

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Presentation: “Climate change and ocean acidification”, INDEMER international conference, Monaco (video)

Presentation on climate change and how it relates to ocean acidification given by Dr Lydia Kapsenberg, post-doctoral researcher, National Science Foundation (USA) & Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France), in the framework of the international conference “Knowledge of the ocean at the service of sustainable development”, 27-28 April 2017, Monaco, co-organized by INDEMER and the Oceanographic Institute – Prince Albert the 1st Foundation.

INDEMER, via Youtube, 17 July 2017. Video.


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