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September wraps up an active month of OA monitoring across Alaska

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Alaska writer Nancy Lord publishes new novel on ocean acidification

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

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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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Southeast residents learn about OA at Petersburg festival

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R/V Healy now collecting data in the Arctic

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Getting Alaska’s Oysters Safely to Market – KTOO

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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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Researchers and ocean data combine to forecast accurate Chinook run timing on Yukon River

For the 6th year, resource agencies and AOOS have partnered to produce a successful forecast. Continue reading

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Sailing Drones collect OA in the Arctic this summer

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