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The Impact- Environmental and financial impacts of ocean acidification on the shellfish industry

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Host Anita Kissee visits a shellfish farm to see the environmental and financial impacts of ocean acidification on the industry. Plus, an update on the whooping cough epidemic.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
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Washington State Targets Pollutants that Lead to Ocean Acidification

Washington State Targets Pollutants that Lead to Ocean Acidification

BY: DAVID MALAKOFF, Science

In the first state-level action of its kind, the governor of Washington today announced that her state will try to protect valuable shellfish industries and marine life from ocean acidification. Responding to a report that she requested, Governor Chris Gregoire said she has directed state agencies to take steps to reduce the pollutants that contribute to acidification. She also plans to ask the state legislature to establish a new acidification research center at the University of Washington (UW), Seattle.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012
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Oceans' rising acidity a threat to shellfish — and humans

Oceans' rising acidity a threat to shellfish — and humans

BY: KENNETH R. WEISS, Los Angeles Times

Peering into the microscope, Alan Barton thought the baby oysters looked normal, except for one thing: They were dead.

Slide after slide, the results were the same. The entire batch of 100 million larvae at the Whiskey Creek Shellfish Hatchery had perished.

Saturday, October 6, 2012
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Ocean Acidification: Monitoring and Measuring the Physiological  and Population Response of Living Marine Resources in Alaska

Ocean Acidification: Monitoring and Measuring the Physiological and Population Response of Living Marine Resources in Alaska

BY: Robert J. Foy, Mark Carls, Michael Dalton, Tom Hurst, W. Christopher Long, Michael F. Sigler, Robert P. Stone, Katherine M. Swiney

In the United States and other coastal nations, ocean acidification has quickly become a common topic of scientific research. Ocean acidification also has become a public concern as news headlines warn of this potentially threatening byproduct of global climate change.

Monday, October 1, 2012
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Global ocean acidification monitoring network to launch at Rio summit

Global ocean acidification monitoring network to launch at Rio summit

BY:JULIET EILPERIN, The Washington Post

Efforts to deal with increasing acidification of the oceans will get a signal of support Sunday with a U.S. announcement that it will provide $1 million over the next three years to launch a global monitoring network.

The creation of the International Coordinating Office for Ocean Acidification, which will be housed within the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Environment Laboratories in Monaco, marks the first worldwide effort to track how increasing carbon emissions are making the world’s oceans more acidic.

Saturday, June 16, 2012
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