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Emisión en directo de symposium high CO2 – Lima (video) (in Spanish)

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Emisión en directo de symposium high CO2 – Lima (video) (in Spanish)

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This is CDR ep.49: MRV for ocean-based CDR methods with Dr. Jessica Cross, NOAA (video & text)

In this episode of This Is CDR, OpenAir welcomes NOAA Research Oceanographer Dr. Jessica Cross to discuss the challenges associated with measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) of ocean-based CDR methods, and how we can seek to address them in a climate-relevant time-frame.

About our Guest. – https://www.pmel.noaa.gov/people/dr-j…

Dr. Jessica N. Cross is a research oceanographer with the NOAA in Seattle, WA. Her current research focuses on carbon biogeochemistry and ocean acidification in Arctic regions, and especially along the Alaskan coast. The main goal is to better understand how acidification processes interact with natural biogeochemical cycles, and eventually to detect geochemical and biological impacts of acidification in marine systems. Dr. Cross conducts her research across a variety of platforms, including ship-based measurements, moorings, and mobile autonomous platforms like gliders and drones, through NOAA’s Innovative Technology for Arctic Exploration Program. She also broadly participates in the Arctic research community through the North American Carbon Program, the Ocean Carbon Biogeochemistry Program, the Pacific Arctic Group, and the Interagency Research Policy Committee collaboration teams.

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Emisión en directo de symposium high CO2 – Lima (video) (in Spanish)

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Ocean acidification monitoring and scientific research in the PI-TOA region (text & video)

This month’s webinar, “Ocean Acidification Monitoring and Scientific Research in the PI-TOA Region” was held on August 25, 11am Fiji. The webinar was 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 spanned 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.

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Francois Morel: the effect of ocean acidification on marine phytoplankton (text & video)

Francois Morel, Princeton University, presents “The Effect of Ocean Acidification on Marine Phytoplankton” at the Dreyfus Symposium on Environmental Chemistry. This symposium was held at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society on March 22, 2022.

For more information, visit: www.dreyfus.org.

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Monitoring ocean acidification in Alaska’s marine ecosystem (audio & video)

Title: Monitoring ocean acidification in Alaska’s marine ecosystem

Speaker: Natalie Monacci, MSc, University of Alaska Fairbanks, College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, Ocean Acidification Research Center, Fairbanks, AK

EcoFOCI 2021 Fall Seminar Series

This seminar is part of NOAA EcoFOCI (Ecosystems & Fisheries-Oceanography Coordinated Investigations)’s bi-annual seminar series that are focused on the ecosystems of the North Pacific Ocean, Bering Sea and the US Arctic to improve understanding of ecosystem dynamics and applications of that understanding to the management of living marine resources. EcoFOCI is a joint research program between the Alaska Fisheries Science Center (NOAA/ NMFS/ AFSC) and the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (NOAA/ OAR/ PMEL). Visit the EcoFOCI webpage for more information, https://www.ecofoci.noaa.gov/

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GOA-ON webinar: natural analogues and the future of coral communities and their biodiversity (audio & video)

On 21 July 2022, Dr. Sylvain Agostini and Dr. James D. Reimer from the International CO2 Natural Analogues (ICONA) Network joined the GOA-ON webinar series to discuss “What natural analogues can teach us about the future of coral communities and their understudied biodiversity.” The talk highlighted natural analogue research focusing on the effects on and resilience of both scleractinian corals and zoantharians to understand adaptation mechanisms that will determine the shape and diversity of future coral communities. ICONA will join the GOA-ON webinar series again in the coming months to discuss natural analogues and fish communities.

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World Oceans Day 2022: What is ocean acidification?

The IAEA celebrates the United Nations World Oceans Day, 8 June, to raise awareness of the benefits derived from the ocean. While the livelihoods of more than three billion people depend on oceanic resources, the ocean also provides a large fraction of the oxygen we breathe and absorbs greenhouse gases, mitigating their effects in the atmosphere. This year’s theme, Revitalization: Collective Action for the Ocean, highlights the importance of working together to restore the health of our oceans. At the 2022 UN Ocean Conference, 27 June – 1 July, the IAEA will host a side event, in cooperation with the Circulate Initiative and the Incubation Network, to discuss actions to address marine plastic pollution.

Playing a key role in the Earth’s climate and weather systems, as well as in the global carbon cycle, the ocean is an immeasurable force of nature. However, human activities have fundamentally altered the ocean’s chemical composition. Since the late 1980s, 95 per cent of open ocean surface water has become more acidic. Oceans absorb about 30 per cent of carbon dioxide (CO2) we produce, reducing the pH of seawater. This process is known as ocean acidification. With atmospheric CO2 levels 50 per cent above pre-industrial levels, the problem is getting worse.

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Ocean acidification (video)

Year 12 marine Science

Unit 3 Topic 2 Changes on the Reef

Ocean Equilibria pH geological processes ocean acidification carbonic acid carbonate bicarbonate

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The origin and impacts of ocean acidification – part 1 (text & video)

Richard Feely discusses new findings about how increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is making the oceans more acidic, and how that will affect ocean ecosystems and the marine animals that inhabit them.

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The origin and impacts of ocean acidification – part 2 (text & video)

Richard Feely discusses new findings about how increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is making the oceans more acidic, and how that will affect ocean ecosystems and the marine animals that inhabit them.

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The origin and impacts of ocean acidification – part 3 (text & video)

Richard Feely discusses new findings about how increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is making the oceans more acidic, and how that will affect ocean ecosystems and the marine animals that inhabit them.

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Contribution of nuclear science and technology to climate change adaptation: part 2 (video)

Nuclear Science Helps to Adapt to Climate Change: COP26 | IAEA

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Ocean acidification and the Changing Seas (video & text)

In this video, made for World Oceans Day 2020, Christina explains ocean acidification, its relationship with climate change and its effects on marine environments.

Dr Christina Roggatz is a Chemical Ecologist based at the Energy & Environment Institute at the University of Hull, where she specialises in ocean acidification.

Christina has worked closely with The Deep, Hull on an exhibit called Changing Seas and explains the science supporting that exhibit.

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Ocean Acidification Research for Sustainability (OARS) overview and community discussion – ocean lab (text & video)

OA Week 2021, Ocean Acidification Research for Sustainability (OARS) Overview and Community Discussion, a UN Decade Laboratory Satellite Activity

Dr. Jan Newton, University of Washington, USA

Dr. Steve Widdicombe, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

Description:

In the summer of 2021, the UN Decade of Ocean Science formally endorsed GOA-ON’s proposed programme “Ocean Acidification Research for Sustainability”, also known as OARS. This programme aims to provide society with the observational and scientific evidence needed to sustainably identify, monitor, mitigate and adapt to ocean acidification, from local to global scales. The objective of this community discussion today is to receive input from the global ocean acidification community as to what support is required and how GOA-ON can best enhance ocean acidification observation and research capacity, taking into consideration local and regional specificities. We invite you to engage in the discussion to identify strategies and partners, supporting OARS and GOA-ON, to increase capacity in OA monitoring and research efforts within your respective regions, countries, and institutions. We hope to gather insights on which particular aspects of OARS could be expanded or improved upon in order to achieve the UN Decade Action outcomes.

Ocean Acidification Week 2021 was sponsored by the following organizations:

(1) GOA-ON, the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network,

(2) NOAA, the United States National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration,

(3) IAEA OA-ICC, the International Atomic Energy Agency – Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre, and

(4) IOC-UNESCO – the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

For more information, please visit www.goa-on.org.

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A community discussion around CO2-in-seawater certified reference materials (CRMs) (text & video)

OA Week 2021, A Community Discussion Around CO2-in-Seawater Certified Reference Materials (CRMs)

Dr. Michael Acquafredda, Ms. Courtney Cochran, Dr. Shallin Busch, & Dr. Libby Jewett, NOAA, USA

Dr. Regina Easley, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA

Dr. Andrew Dickson, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA

Dr. Maribel Garcia Ibanez, University of East Anglia, UK

Dr. Maciej Telszewski, International Ocean Carbon Coordination Project (IOCCP), Poland

Dr. Peter Swarzenski, & Ms. Ashley Bantelman, International Atomic Energy Agency OA-ICC, Monaco

Dr. Tobias Steinhoff, Dr. Elaine McDonagh, & Dr. Richard Sanders, Norwegian Research Center (NORCE), Norway

Dr. Kim Currie, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), New Zealand

Description:

Reference materials (RMs) are fundamental for accurate and precise measurements of seawater CO2 system parameters and research related to ocean acidification and oceanic carbon cycles. Currently, there is a single source of RMs for total alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon, and pH in seawater and a calibrated HCl titrant for seawater alkalinity analysis (Dickson Laboratory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography). However, the US Interagency Working Group on Ocean Acidification (US IWG-OA) and various international organizations are working to increase the resilience of production and distribution of CO2-in-seawater RMs. In this community discussion session, participants will receive status updates from American & European. Additionally, the US IWG-OA will share its findings from the “CO2-in seawater Reference Materials Community Survey” that was distributed earlier this year. There will be an extended Question & Answer panel discussion, and audience members will be given ample time to ask questions and share their thoughts.

Ocean Acidification Week 2021 was sponsored by the following organizations:

(1) GOA-ON, the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network,

(2) NOAA, the United States National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration,

(3) IAEA OA-ICC, the International Atomic Energy Agency – Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre, and

(4) IOC-UNESCO – the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

For more information, please visit www.goa-on.org.

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OA data sharing – GOA-ON data explorer and the SDG 14.3.1 data portal (text & video)

OA Week 2021, OA Data Sharing – GOA-ON Data Explorer and the SDG 14.3.1 Portal

Mr. Trevor Eakes, GOA-ON Secretariat, International Atomic Energy Agency, Monaco

Dr. Katherina Schoo, GOA-ON Secretariat, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, France

Dr. Kerri Dobson, GOA-ON Secretariat, NOAA OAP, USA

Description:

Join our community discussion where we will introduce the GOA-ON Data Explorer (http://portal.goa-on.org/Explorer) and the SDG 14.3.1 Data Portal (https://oa.iode.org/), two community based online tools to showcase and share your ocean acidification observations. We invite all researchers working on ocean acidification, data managers, scientists with geospatial backgrounds and those working on open science to discuss innovative approaches and solutions for the development of data portals in the coming decade. We will consider questions such as: how can ocean acidification data portals evolve to meet the challenges of the coming decade? What new sources of information could be incorporated? What visualizations would you find helpful? How can we better incentivize and inspire scientists to submit and share their data? What technical resources are available to us? GOA-ON is looking to establish a working group focused on ocean acidification data sharing and the strengthening of the GOA-ON Data Explorer – all interested are welcome to join and contact the Secretariat at secretariat@goa-on.org.

Ocean Acidification Week 2021 was sponsored by the following organizations:

(1) GOA-ON, the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network,

(2) NOAA, the United States National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration,

(3) IAEA OA-ICC, the International Atomic Energy Agency – Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre, and

(4) IOC-UNESCO – the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

For more information, please visit www.goa-on.org.

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Introducing the New Pacific Islands Regional OA training hub & other capacity development activities (text & video)

OA Week 2021, Introducing the New Pacific Islands Regional OA Training Hub and Other Upcoming Capacity Development Activities

Ms. Alexis Valauri-Orton, Ms. Courtnie Park, & Dr. Kaitlyn Lowder, The Ocean Foundation, USA

Dr. Michael Acquafredda, Dr. Kerri Dobson, & Ms. Meredith Kurz, NOAA, USA

Dr. Katy Soapi, Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Fiji

Dr. Kim Currie, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), New Zealand

Dr. Gilianne Brodie & Dr. Antoine De Ramon N’Yeurt, The University of the South Pacific (USP), Fiji

Description:

Are you a researcher or student based in the Pacific Islands? Are you looking for training, equipment, and other support? This community discussion session will provide information and updates about on-going capacity development activities organized by the TOF, NOAA, and the US Department of State. Their goal is to enhance and sustain ocean acidification monitoring and research capacity in the Pacific Islands region.

Come to this session to learn about:

  • a new Regional Training Hub in Suva, Fiji, hosted by the Institute of Applied Science at USP, SPC, NIWA, and the University of Otago (UO)
  • an upcoming Ocean Teachers Global Academy training
  • an RFP for OA monitoring equipment grants, specifically geared toward Pacific Islanders
  • a Masters Student Fellowship, specifically geared toward Pacific Islanders . There will be an extended Question and Answer panel discussion, and interested audience members will be given ample opportunities to ask questions and share their thoughts.

Ocean Acidification Week 2021 was sponsored by the following organizations:

(1) GOA-ON, the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network,

(2) NOAA, the United States National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration,

(3) IAEA OA-ICC, the International Atomic Energy Agency – Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre, and

(4) IOC-UNESCO – the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

For more information, please visit www.goa-on.org.

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