Project and Programs


A few past and current projects and programs on ocean acidification from around the world. 

Researchers collaborate to study impact of ocean acidification on Northeast fisheries, develop management tools

ProjectsWeb sites and blogs
A multi-institution team led by UConn researchers is using computer modeling and biological research to help northeast scallop fisheries facing the threat of ocean acidification....

The case for a global ocean carbon observation network

ProjectsWeb sites and blogs
Since 1958, the Global Carbon Budget has tracked anthropogenic CO2 emissions and their redistribution among the atmosphere, ocean, and land. Annual budgeting is necessary due to large...

Princeton project expands to create a worldwide fleet of robotic floats to monitor ocean health

On October 29, the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a $53 million grant — shared among a consortium of the country’s top ocean research institutions...

La Parguera (video; in Spanish)

Since 2008 the NOAA’s Ocean Acidification program (OAP) buoy has been installed in La Parguera, Puerto Rico where oceanographic studies of chemistry, biology, geology, and physics of...

Cir#20/84: Pacific Islands survey to assess Pacific members capacity to monitor and study ocean acidification

ProjectsWeb sites and blogs
SPREP is working with the Ocean Foundation and NOAA to develop a new three-year project focused on building capacity to monitor and study ocean acidification...

Building CapacIty in Ocean AcidificaTion MoniToring in the Gulf of GuineA (BIOTTA)

The Gulf of Guinea (GoG) is host to many distinct ecosystems, among which is the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem extending from the intense upwelling...

Video: What is the global community doing to address ocean acidification?


SOCAT Version 2020 released

SOCAT version 2020 was released on the 16th of June 2020, containing data submitted on or before 15th of January 2020. Data submissions for the...

Survey on ocean acidification impacts on coral reefs (in French)

Les récifs coralliens sont réputés pour leurs magnifiques paysages sous-marins colorés, mais ce sont des écosystèmes lointains pour une grande partie d'entre nous. Nous avons...

Call for manuscripts: Microbial response to a rapidly changing marine environment: global warming and ocean acidification

Submission Deadlines 30 June 2020: Abstract 31 October 2020: Manuscript About this Research Topic Under the global climate change, the world’s oceans are warming more...

NOAA graduate research fellowship in ocean, coastal, and estuarine acidification

The Louisiana and Texas Sea Grant Programs, in partnership with the NOAA Ocean Acidification Program (OAP), are pleased to announce the availability of Ocean Acidification...

Call for proposals: Ocean Acidification Information Exchange microgrants

Background: The mission of the Ocean Acidification Information Exchange is to respond and adapt to ocean and coastal acidification by fostering an online environment built...

The US announces continued support to the IAEA Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC) at 2019 Our Oceans Conference

The United States announced USD 316,830 to two Nuclear Sciences and Applications projects through the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) Peaceful Uses Initiative. The contributions...

Request review of manual for real-time quality control of pH data observations: a guide to quality control and quality assurance for pH observations

The U.S. IOOS QARTOD project ( has initiated the development of a Manual for Real-Time Quality Control of pH Data Observations: A Guide to Quality Control...

SOCAT version 2019 is released

SOCAT version 2019 was released on the 18th of June 2019, containing data submitted on or before 15th of January 2019. New data submissions are...

Oregon’s draft ocean acidification & hypoxia action plan

Newsletters and reportsProjects
This OAH Action Plan was developed in recognition of the OAH impacts that we see today, in the hopes of minimizing the impacts for tomorrow,...

Request for community feedback: practical guidelines for ocean acidification research

A group of 15 scientists from 7 countries, IOC-UNESCO, and the IAEA met at the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco on 29-31 May 2019 to...

Requests for proposals: blue carbon restoration in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Ocean Foundation (TOF) is seeking multi-year proposals under the Ocean Acidification Monitoring and Mitigation (OAMM) project for blue carbon restoration (seagrass, mangrove, or salt...

Help share information and collaborate on ocean acidification research!

Would you like to know about on-going and planned ocean acidification research activities? Would you like to promote others to work with you? One of...

Acid–base physiology over tidal periods in the mussel Mytilus edulis: size and temperature are more influential than seawater pH

Projectsbiological responsechemistryfieldlaboratorymollusksNorth Atlanticphysiology
Ocean acidification (OA) studies to date have typically used stable open-ocean pH and CO2 values to predict the physiological responses of intertidal species to future...

OA-ICC portal for ocean acidification biological response data

Studies investigating the effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms and communities are increasing every year. Results are not easily comparable since the carbonate chemistry...

OA-ICC bibliographic database updated

An updated version of the OA-ICC bibliographic database is available online. The database currently contains more than 5,200 references and includes citations, abstracts and assigned...

New OA-ICC portal for ocean acidification biological response data

Studies investigating the effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms and communities are increasing every year. Results are not easily comparable since the carbonate chemistry...

Turning the tides on ocean acidification

We are the 2018-2019 UCLA Undergraduate Research Team for Ocean Acidification in the Santa Monica Bay. Alongside the Bay Foundation and the Institute of Environmental...

Informing adaptation decisions for Alaska’s salmon fisheries

Chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta). Credit: NOAA This project began in 2018 and will end in 2021 We are integrating multiple areas...

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