Category Archives: Alaska Ocean Acidification Network News Features

New OA Tribal Research Working Group Launched

The new working group is aimed to coordinate ocean acidification research, monitoring activities and local outreach between Tribal organizations. Continue reading

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Survey now open to help inform future ocean acidification monitoring

Do you have questions relating to ocean acidification you’d like scientists to be able to answer? Add your thoughts in a 10-minute survey to make sure upcoming monitoring plans address the needs of Alaskans. Continue reading

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Chukchi mooring returns a year of pH data

This October, University of Alaska Fairbanks scientists brought home the first set of year-round pH data from the Chukchi Sea. Continue reading

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Starting in October, Alaska ferry will measure ocean acidification along 1,000 miles of coastline

Ketchikan’s KRBD radio shares the story of a project 3 years in the making. Continue reading

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2 Saildrones are on their way to the Bering Strait

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

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New poster shows OA impacts to Alaska species

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

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Kachemak Bay Ramps Up OA Monitoring Efforts

This summer five new OA sensors are being installed in Kachemak Bay to better understand OA processes in a dynamic nearshore environment. Continue reading

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Compilation of research on OA impacts to Alaska species now available

Relatively few of Alaska’s marine species have been studied for their response to OA, however the body of research is growing each year. OARC has put together an annotated list of studies and results to provide an overview of what we know. Continue reading

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New Report Available on Approach and Priorities for Ocean Acidification Monitoring in Alaska

The report was produced from a technical meeting of 28 ocean acidification researchers in Alaska in 2016. Continue reading

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Alaska Ocean Acidification ‘State of the Science’ workshop presentations now available

The Alaska Ocean Acidification Network hosted a workshop in Anchorage on Nov 30-Dec 1, inviting a broad audience to discuss the latest monitoring, research, impacts to species, and ideas for community engagement. Continue reading

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