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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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Alaska Marine Policy Forum – May 29

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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UAF seeks MS student for OA research assistantship

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OA Legislation advances in Congress

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How does OA affect herring roe?

A new study is underway in Sitka to look at the response of herring to OA and climate change. The project is led by PhD student Lauren Bell. Continue reading

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Seattle Times: Rate of CO2 absorbed by ocean is accelerating

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Murkowski Senate bill addresses ocean acidification

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New paper: Modeling OA in the Bering Sea

University of Washington’s Darren Pilcher and colleagues ran a hindcast from 2003-2014 to track seasonality and trends. Continue reading

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