Alaska Ocean Acidification Network
The Alaska Ocean Acidification Network engages with scientists and stakeholders to expand the understanding of ocean acidification processes and consequences, as well as potential adaptation strategies.
The Alaska OA Network is launching a free online course that provides a process-based understanding of ocean acidification’s impacts in Alaska waters. The course comprises 8-modules that are filled with short videos, vibrant photos, and easy-to-digest language.
Homer public radio highlights a study from the University of Alaska Fairbanks showing that ocean acidification affects how razor clams forms their shells.
As carbon dioxide removal becomes a bigger topic in Alaska, the Alaska OA Network is co-hosting and/or circulating learning opportunities so Alaskans can approach this issue from an educated perspective. Join the series to learn more about approaches, challenges and projects underway.