The NANOOS Visualization System (NVS) Shellfish Growers App provides shellfish growers and restoration managers with better and more ocean acidification and ocean condition information for decision making.
OCADS serves as a repository for a wide range of ocean carbon and acidification data, including chemical, physical, and biological observations.
Native Alaskan communities on Kodiak Island, who have been collecting water samples for ocean acidification through an effort coordinated by the Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA). This brochure orients community members and explains what the samples mean. Can serve as an example for community outreach elsewhere. (9/2023)
NECAN’s 2022 webinar series that presents how biogeochemical forecast models might be most effectively used in the NECAN region to meet stakeholder needs and concerns.
NECAN held webinars in March and April of 2018 that discuss the role of community scientists in ocean and coastal acidification (OCA) monitoring.
View NECAN’s 6-part webinar series (2018) presented by experts within the fishing and aquaculture industries and research on the impacts of ocean and coastal acidification in the U.S. Northeast.
Brief primer on ocean and coastal acidification in the U.S. Northeast region.
IMPACTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON ECONOMICALLY & ECOLOGICALLY VALUABLE MARINE SPECIES IN THE GULF OF MAINE
This infographic shares information on important fisheries and what we know about the risk and impact to people and marine life in the Gulf of Maine. Produced 10/2022