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Ocean acidification detection capacity expands in the Gulf of Alaska

Projects include an ‘ocean-change’ lab in Kasistna Bay and pH sensors near Juneau. Also, read the latest of what we’re learning in Kachemak Bay. Continue reading

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Read the short summary from the latest Global Ocean Acidification Network meeting

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OA Presentation in Ketchikan July 23

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Alaska Marine Policy Forum – July 17

Learn the latest on marine funding, legislation, and state and federal policy issues relating to the marine environment by joining the bi-monthly telecon.
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Project on OA and Alaska salmon gets underway

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U.S. House passes ocean acidification bill

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Annual Alaska Harmful Algal Bloom Network Workshop Report

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May 29 event: Understanding OA in Kachemak Bay

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UAF seeks MS student for OA research assistantship

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OA Legislation advances in Congress

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