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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Bless your coast: communicating acidification with lessons learned in the Southeast

Bless your coast: communicating acidification with lessons learned in the Southeast

June 13th, 2018 1pm EDT (10am PDT)

Communicating ocean acidification can challenge scientists and educators given the complexity of the chemistry and the often-intangible nature of its impacts. While global ocean acidification describes the changes to water chemistry from atmospheric carbon dioxide, coastal acidification also factors in land-use change, eutrophication and other coastal processes. The Southeast Ocean and Coastal Acidification Network and the Ocean Conservancy have worked together to communicate acidification with industry, government, resource management and scientific stakeholders in the U.S. Southeast. In this webinar, we will discuss methods and opportunities to communicate coastal acidification with lessons learned from stakeholder concerns and outreach in the U.S. Southeast.  

Presented by: Leslie Wickes, Southeast Ocean & Coastal Acidification Network & Ryan Ono, The Ocean Conservancy

 

Monday, June 4, 2018
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Pteropods as Indicators of Global Change: From Research to Education

Pteropods as Indicators of Global Change: From Research to Education

SOARCE Webinar

Presented by: Kevin Johnson, PhD Candidate, University of California, Santa Barbara

Primary audience: Informal educators and communicators

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 18th, 2017, 6:00pm ET

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
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IWG-OA: CO2 system studies in brackish waters: What should I measure and why?

Dr. Andrew Dickson, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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