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.
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.
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.
Scientist interview archive The Alaska OA Network conducts interviews with scientists and other key members of the Alaska OA community. Learn about OA through their words and experiences. Lauren Bell (Santa Cruz PhD student) Nina Bednarsek (Southern California Water...