Read an interview with the team to learn about their approach and experience.
Sitka Tribe hiring Environmental Lab Analyst
UAF Student Opportunity: add OA sampling to your project
Find the latest from 18 Alaska OA Researchers…
On January 29, OA researchers provided 5-min updates on their activities, results and plans. The recording is now available.
Alaska OA Research Update session January 29
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 is the OA Day of Action
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.
NOAA’s Data in the Classroom offers OA resources
Interactive web maps, apps, videos and high-resolution images help students learn about ocean and coastal acidification using real data.
Scientific American: OA Threatens the U.S. Economy
NYT: Think You’re Making Good Climate Choices? Take This Mini-Quiz
OA sensor in Beaufort lagoon reveals new findings
A full year of pH data is providing scientists with a new perspective on both the relationship between local drivers and the role of lagoons with air-sea carbon dioxide exchange.
Radio: AK scientists study OA impacts to salmon
Upcoming webinar: How ocean acidification has changed the seascape of the Gulf of Alaska
Global OA week presentations Sept 8-10
New Gulf of AK oceanography model/tool includes OA
Can OA impact predator-prey response?
An experiment at the Kasitsna Bay lab is underway to find out if OA influences not not just shell density of mollusks but also the way they behave.