A new storymap gives viewers an introduction to the processes and implications of ocean acidification (OA) in Alaska, along with ways that Alaskans are addressing this issue. Through the use of eye-catching imagery and clickable resources, this online tool is designed to make the concept of ocean acidification accessible to new audiences.
The storymap is part of six regional maps across the U.S., created through a partnership between the International Ocean Acidification Alliance, the Aquarium Conservation Partnership, NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Program, and regional ocean acidification networks. The primary goal is to improve communication about climate-ocean changes by presenting localized information on unique impacts, responses, and calls to action.
To learn more about this collaborative project, click here.
View the storymap here.