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Key biological mechanism is disrupted by OA

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Excess carbon is making freshwater lakes more acidic — at triple the rate of oceans

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AMHS vessel helps track ocean acidification

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Cordova highlights AHAB network

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What do 10 yrs of data show in the Gulf of Alaska?

UAF’s Ocean Acidification Research Center just finished the longest time series of OA data in Alaska. They found a lot of seasonal and interannual variability. Continue reading

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Webinar: Effect of OA on Alaska Groundfishes, Feb 6

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ScienceLine: Alaska ferry helps scientists track OA

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United Fishermen of Alaska Op-Ed: “New research on ocean acidity raises red flags for Alaskans”

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Senator Murkowski Introduces OA Legislation

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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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