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In mid July, NOAA launched two Saildrones from Dutch Harbor in an effort to help scientists better understand ocean acidification in the Arctic. Continue reading
Check out a succinct chart of how OA impacts calcification, growth, reproduction, and survival of the Alaska species that have been studied so far. Continue reading
For the 6th year, resource agencies and AOOS have partnered to produce a successful forecast. Continue reading
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This summer five new OA sensors are being installed in Kachemak Bay to better understand OA processes in a dynamic nearshore environment. Continue reading
Each spring, moorings in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska are “turned around” to download data and check on sensors. This spring’s voyage was a success. Continue reading