Alaska Ocean Acidification Network
Christy Harrington is with the Alaska Marine Highways System based in Ketchikan and helps support an ocean acidification monitoring system aboard the M/V Columbia which runs weekly between Bellingham, WA and Skagway.
Q: Tell us about your role in the OA ferry project.
I’m the Environmental Specialist for the Alaska Marine Highway, and I provide shoreside support in Ketchikan as well as serve as the Alaska Marine Highway liaison for the ocean acidification project. My responsibilities include maintaining proper operations of the ocean acidification system, retrieving the oceanographic data and providing regular maintenance to system.
May 15, 2019
April 10, 2019
March 21, 2019
This presentation on ocean acidification forecasting in the Gulf of Alaska was given by Claudine Hauri of UAF at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium in January.
May 13: OA community presentation in Nome
May 15: Webinar – Environmental Cost of Dinner, 12pm AK time (more info)
May 16: Alaska OA Network steering committee meeting
May 23: Webinar – Effects of ocean acidification and hypoxia on rockfish across multiple life stages. OneNOAA series. 10am AK time. (more info)
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