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Overview & FAQs: Addressing the Impacts of Multiple Stressors on Shellfish Aquaculture through Research/Industry Partnerships

November 9th, 2020 2pm EST (11am PST)

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NOAA’s National Sea Grant Office and Ocean Acidification Program will be providing an overview & answers to FAQs for the recently announced funding opportunity to understand how acidification and other stressors will impact shellfish aquaculture.

NOAA is currently seeking applications that establish, continue, and/or expand collaborations between researchers and the shellfish aquaculture industry. Specifically, applications to this competition should utilize new or existing research/industry partnerships to study how ocean and coastal acidification in combination with other stressors impact shellfish aquaculture. Projects should utilize multiple parameter physical, chemical, or biological observing systems and/or conduct multiple stressor experimental research. Additionally, research/industry partnerships must utilize a co-production of knowledge framework. This means shellfish growers must collaborate with researchers throughout all aspects of the scientific process, from project conceptualization to execution to dissemination of knowledge and development of deliverables. 


Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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A Tour of the Ocean Acidification Information Exchange

A Tour of the Ocean Acidification Information Exchange

Tuesday June 2, 2020 11am ET

The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Acidification Network (GCAN) proudly presents Julianna Mullen, the Community Manager of the Ocean Acidification Information Exchange (OAIE). The OAIE is an online community for professionals involved with or interested in ocean and coastal acidification. Ms. Mullen will give an overview of the website, explain how individuals can join, and discuss how members can make the most of this social network.

Pre-registration is NOT required. Join via your computer or smartphone by visiting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/251950469

You can also phone in by calling +1 (646) 749-3122 (Access Code: 251-950-469)

Learn more about GCAN and view the attached flyer for additional information.

Thursday, May 28, 2020
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Thursday, January 30, 12-1pm EST

New Insights into the Complexity of Estuarine Acidification Seminar

This virtual seminar will focus coupled a comprehensive measurement program to retrospective and future model simulations to quantify controls on estuarine acidification in Chesapeake Bay,a large estuarine complex with strong gradients of salinity, oxygen, metabolicrates, and bathymetry. Researched found that estuarine acidification may be even more complex (and interesting!) than originally posited, owing to self-buffering processes within macrophyte communities, connections of acidification rates to watershed management aimed at oxygen improvements, and a varying buffering of acidification through altered carbonate chemistry within freshwater sources. This new understanding presents both challenges and opportunities to managing future acidification along the coast.

 Please register at: https://noaabroadcast.adobeconnect.com/testa/event/registration.html

Thursday, January 23, 2020
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Collaborating with community science groups for coastal acidification monitoring

Collaborating with community science groups for coastal acidification monitoring

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019 2pm ET (11am PT)

In this webinar, Beth Turner of NOAA National Ocean Service, National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, shares priorities and capacities of citizen science groups for acidification measurements in the Northeast US, reactions to the provided training, lessons gained and how we might engage in future coordinated monitoring efforts.

Monday, June 10, 2019
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Beyond dissolving shell in acid: New approaches to teaching ocean acidification

Beyond dissolving shell in acid: New approaches to teaching ocean acidification

September 18, 2018 6pm EDT (3pm PDT)

Are you looking for ways to teach about ocean acidification? Sorting through the 90+ teaching resources on ocean acidification developed over the past 10 years can be overwhelming. In this webinar, we: (1) summarized key findings from our review of existing teaching resources, pointing out our favorite dozen and highlighting key gaps, and (2) introduced a new resource, Changing Ocean Chemistry, that attempts to fill in some of these gaps.  

Presented by: Brian Erickson, Oregon State University

Tuesday, November 27, 2018
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