POSTDOCTORAL OPPORTUNITY: Chemical oceanography, trends in ocean acidification carbonate chemistry in Norwegian and polar waters

The Institute of Marine Research (IMR)

The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) has available a 2 year position (with an option for 2 years extension), a postdoctoral related to studies of variations, drivers, and trends of ocean acidification and carbon chemistry in Norwegian waters and in the Arctic Ocean. The position is placed in the research group Oceanography and Climate. Work will start as soon as possible, and the position will be located in Tromsø.

Thursday, July 14, 2016
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Harmful algae still around but not producing much toxin

Chinook Observer

A microscopic organism that forced state health officials to close razor clam and Dungeness crab seasons last year is still around at varying levels in seawater along the West Coast, but isn’t producing much domoic acid toxin, federal scientists reported this month after wrapping up a research cruise.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Consultant – OA-ICC Data Compilation on Ocean Acidification

Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC)

OA-ICC is seeking a home-based consultant to compile published data on the biological response of ocean acidification

Monday, July 11, 2016
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Ocean forecast offers seasonal outlook for Pacific Northwest waters

Ocean forecast offers seasonal outlook for Pacific Northwest waters

University of Washington

By now we are used to the idea of seasonal weather forecasts - whether to expect an El Niño ski season, or an unusually warm summer. These same types of climate models are now being adapted to make seasonal forecasts for the region's coastal waters.
Friday, June 24, 2016
West Coast Ocean Acidification Cruise 2016 Blog

West Coast Ocean Acidification Cruise 2016 Blog

The 5th research cruise to study Ocean Acidification along the North American West Coast

The fifth West Coast Ocean Acidification cruise in May–June 2016 will be the first coastal cruise to reoccupy study areas extending through the entire California Current System — from Baja California to British Columbia — since the first West Coast Carbon Cruise in 2007.
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
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