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Early winter has been a busy time for ocean acidification outreach in Alaska, where conversations about ocean acidification and engagement between researchers and the public took place in two communities, a school, a statewide conference, and a multi-state expo. Continue reading
The ATN workshop is being hosted by the Alaska Ocean Observing System in Anchorage fro December 5-6, 2017 at the downtown Marriott. The first day is being webcast.
Learn the latest on marine funding, legislation, and state and federal policy issues relating to the marine environment by joining the bi-monthly telecon.
Last week, the Alaska OA Network met with fishermen at the Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle – an annual event in Seattle that draws thousands of fishermen and fishing industry members from across Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Continue reading
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
This position is based in Anchorage and works directly with the Alaska Geospatial Council, the federal Interagency Working Group on Ocean and Coastal Mapping, AOOS, and additional partners to develop a comprehensive plan for coastal mapping in Alaska. Application deadline is 8am November 27,2017. Continue reading
The completed Climate Science Special Report (a.k.a. NCA4 Vol. I) was released on November 1, 2017 Continue reading
The Kelley Lab at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is looking for a PhD student to study the physiological impacts of increased pCO2 on clam species that are of subsistence importance to Alaska Native communities. Continue reading
Abstract submission will close on Friday, October 6, 2017 at 4 pm AKST. Continue reading
This month, acclaimed Alaska writer Nancy Lord released her latest book called “pH: A Novel“. Lord and AOOS’s Darcy Dugan, the director of the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network, will be giving a joint talk at the UAA Bookstore on October 4. Continue reading