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OA sensor in Beaufort lagoon reveals new findings

A full year of pH data is providing scientists with a new perspective on both the relationship between local drivers and the role of lagoons with air-sea carbon dioxide exchange. Continue reading

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Radio: AK scientists study OA impacts to salmon

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NOAA awards $11M for HABS, including AK projects

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Upcoming webinar: How ocean acidification has changed the seascape of the Gulf of Alaska

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Global OA week presentations Sept 8-10

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New Gulf of AK oceanography model/tool includes OA

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Can OA impact predator-prey response?

An experiment at the Kasitsna Bay lab is underway to find out if OA influences not not just shell density of mollusks but also the way they behave. Continue reading

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Job posting: Alaska Harmful Algal Bloom Network Coordinator

The Alaska Harmful Algal Bloom Network (AHAB) is hiring a coordinator to work with partners around the state to
expand and strengthen HABS research, monitoring, coordination and outreach. The position closes Aug 19. Continue reading

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Radio: Researcher examines future effects of climate change on Sitka’s herring

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Request for proposals: seaweed and CO2 removal

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