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The blog is maintained daily, Monday through Friday, with an email digest sent out every day at approximately 2pm UTC. News is found with Google alerts, Google scholar alerts, Web of Science alerts, and notifications from major journals such as Biogeosciences, Frontiers, Nature and more. We use such keywords as ocean acidification, acidification, and more. Only relevant content with substantive information on ocean acidification are selected and added to the blog. Photo credit: “Coral Survey” by Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.


Content includes scientific articles, reports, chapters on ocean acidification, as well as announcements, events, media coverage, stories, blog posts, factsheets, videos, podcasts, toolkits and more. Content is organized by category and tags, with resources added to our complementary resource library and events added to our calendar. Scientific articles are tagged with the appropriate keywords and added monthly to the OA-ICC bibliographic database. Learn more about how the OA-ICC news stream is curated by reading our methodology. Photo credit: “Sea Urchins” by robynejay is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. 

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