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Natural Resource Specialist 2 (Ocean Acidification Assistand Project Leader)

Fish division of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

This position is in the Marine Resources Program (MRP) administered by the Fish division of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) located in Newport, Oregon. For more information on this position visit: Natural Resource Specialist 2.

Monday, October 23, 2017
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OAP Helps Build Ocean Acidification Capacity for Pacific Island Nations

OCTOBER 23rd, 2017

NOAA scientists and OAP staff will be educating and training scientists on ocean acidification monitoring in Suva, Fiji on 30 Oct - 10 Nov 2017. Scientists from several Pacific Island nations will convene at the University of the South Pacific to learn best methods for measuring ocean chemistry from experts in the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network. 

Monday, October 23, 2017
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The 4th U.S. Ocean Acidification Principal Investigators Meeting

The Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program

The Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry (OCB) Program is working with a scientific organizing committee to plan the 4th U.S. Ocean Acidification Principal Investigators meeting in conjunction with the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, February 7-19, 2018 in Portland, Oregon.

If you are interested in attending the meeting, apply by November 6th using this link: OCB OA PI Meeting

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

North Pacific Research Board's Request For Proposals Includes Ocean Acidification as a Research Priority

North Pacific Research Board 2018 RFP

The North Pacific Research Board (NPRB) announces the release of its Core Program Request for Proposals (RFP). The 2018 RFP has an anticipated funding amount of $4.45 million. The North Pacific Research Board specifically lists ocean acidification as a topic of interest for proposed projects. 


Thursday, October 12, 2017
Mukilteo scientist tries to discover why C02 is hurting oceans

Mukilteo scientist tries to discover why C02 is hurting oceans

HeraldNet

Shallin Busch is a Mukilteo-based ecologist whose research is linking ocean acidification to the deteriorating health of the Puget Sound ecosystem. The Mukilteo team has looked at or is looking at ocean acidification effects on krill, salmon, Dungeness crab, black cod and pteropod (marine snails). So far it has found that lower pH levels lead to lower survival and slower development rates, as well as changes in behavior. 
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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