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The presentations and posters below are from the 2022 Alaska Marine Science Symposium held virtually in January. Modeling ocean acidification in the Bering Sea to support long-term planning and management of the largest U.S. fishery. (Darren Pilcher, University of...
New research from the University of Alaska Fairbanks show the role of wind and ocean circulation as influencing trends in the short term.
Members of the Bering Sea crabbing industry met with researchers to discuss the latest science on ocean acidification and warming as they relate to crab.
Radio: Kachemak Bay appears to offer refuge from ocean acidity impacts to shellfish, marine creatures
James Greely is a shellfish grower and owner of Tommaso Shellfish, a small family owned oyster farm in Sea Otter Sound near Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska.
Read an interview with the team to learn about their approach and experience.
On January 29, OA researchers provided 5-min updates on their activities, results and plans. The recording is now available.
Alaska Ocean Acidification Research Update Session The Alaska OA Network is holding an ocean acidification researcher session on Friday, January 29 during the Alaska Marine Science Symposium. This will be an opportunity for OA researchers to provide 5-minute updates...
January 8 (8.1) represents the current pH of the ocean. This is an opportunity to help Congress, states, local governments and coastal communities learn more about ocean acidification and commit to addressing it.
Interactive web maps, apps, videos and high-resolution images help students learn about ocean and coastal acidification using real data.