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OA Moorings Provide Another Season of Data

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

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With State support, mariculture is on the rise in Alaska

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Acidified Ocean Water Widespread along the West Coast

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Visual tools for communicating complex ocean issues to diverse audiences (webinar June 16)

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OA 2.0: Managing our changing ocean chemistry

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Decades of data on world’s oceans reveal troubling O2 decline

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Southeast’s Shellfish Safety Squad

Southeast Alaska Tribal Ocean Research, run by the Sitka Tribe, is addressing both OA and Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS) through active research and community engagement. Continue reading

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When Alaska Shellfish Turns Deadly – Alaska Dispatch News

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Southeast’s Shellfish Safety Squad – Juneau Empire

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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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