Category Archives: Alaska Ocean Acidification Network News Features

Crabbers meet about ocean acidification

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. Continue reading

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Dimond High wins Tsunami Bowl research award with ocean acidification paper

Read an interview with the team to learn about their approach and experience. Continue reading

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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. Continue reading

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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.  Continue reading

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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. Continue reading

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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. Continue reading

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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. Continue reading

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Alaska communities are sampling for OA

Over 20 communities across the state are taking weekly water samples to better understand ocean acidification conditions in their immediate environment. Continue reading

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New Brochure: OA and multiple stressors

This publication describes how cumulative impacts such as ocean acidification and warming together may impact crab and fish in Alaska. Continue reading

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New: 2019 update on OA research in Alaska

Check out what researchers have learned about OA processes, conditions and species response over the past year. Continue reading

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