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A news stream provided by the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC)

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    Deadline for abstract submission: 28 February 2017! The Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research (OCCR), based at the University of Bern, and the International Atomic Energy Agency Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (IAEA OA-ICC) are pleased to announce that some funding opportunities will be available for researchers working on ocean acidification from countries eligible to […]

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    A three-day Regional Workshop on measures to manage marine resources commenced on January 24 at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. It is being hosted by the British High Commission, under the Caribbean Commonwealth Marine Economies programme, which involves a £5.6 million package of measures to help small island countries reduce poverty by preserving […]

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    Deadline for abstract submission: 1 April 2017! Session title: “Chemistry of ocean (past present and future)” Ocean chemistry is dynamic, changing at multiple spatial and temporal scales. This session focuses on the processes that determine the distribution of chemical substances in the ocean and the internal ocean processes (ocean biogeochemistry, mixing and circulation) as well […]

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    In an effort to connect the latest research on ocean acidification with Alaskans who could potentially be most affected, Alaska Ocean Acidification Network partners held a question and answer session with fishermen in Sitka in January. The roundtable discussion was hosted by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and supported by the Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association. […]

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    Deadline for abstract submission: 30 May 2017! The fifth IMBeR IMBIZO (the Zulu word for a gathering) will be hosted by the Ocean, Carbon & Biogeochemistry Group at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, USA from 2-6 October 2017. IMBIZO 5 will follow the usual format of three concurrent but interacting workshops. The […]

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    The Science and Technology Committee holds its first evidence session to examine ‘ocean acidification’ with organisations that were involved with the UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme, and with institutes that research ocean acidification in the UK’s overseas territories. The session considers the monitoring of ocean acidification, its impacts and the funding of marine science. Witnesses […]

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    NEW deadline for abstract submission: 15 March 2017! The Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research (OCCR), based at the University of Bern, and the International Atomic Energy Agency Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (IAEA OA-ICC) are pleased to announce that some funding opportunities will be available for researchers working on ocean acidification from countries eligible to […]

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    Description: This half-day workshop will investigate the effects of climate change and OA in Subarctic and Arctic ecosystems by bring together international experts with experience in monitoring carbonate chemistry across spatial and temporal gradients at high latitudes, using natural analogues to assess the effects of predicted OA at different levels of biological organisation and the […]

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    Rationale: The formation and transport of corrosive waters in the Arctic–does it matter? Ocean acidification is thought to increase most in the cold regions of the ocean including the Sub-Arctic and Arctic. What do the observations tell us? What are the impacts of OA on Sub-Arctic and Arctic species and what effect will this have on […]

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    Deadline for abstract submission: 1 April 2017! Convenors: Adrienne Sutton, Sam Dupont Keynote: Jacob Silverman (IOLR, Israel) Natural variability in key chemical and physical drivers influences marine life at a multitude of time and space scales. Our ability to project the response of ecosystems to a changing ocean is limited by uncertainties in both present […]

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    Deadline for abstract submission: 22 July 2017! Convenors: Ivan Nagelkerken, Philip Munday, Colin Brauner & Marc Metian Description: We have entered an era of increasing uncertainty about the effect of human activities on the function and services of marine and freshwater ecosystems. Although research on climate change and acidification of ocean and more recently freshwater […]

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    Theme: “Environmental changes in the North Pacific and impacts on biological resources and ecosystem services” Deadline for abstract submission: 1 June 2017! Marine ecosystems around the North Pacific are changing. Over the past decade physical, chemical, and biological processes have been altered by climate change and anthropogenic impacts. In response, species’ ranges have shifted, disrupting […]

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    In the afternoon, the Conference held a partnership dialogue on “Minimizing and addressing ocean acidification”. Moderated by Petteri Taalas, Secretary-General, World Meteorological Organization, it featured presentations by Cardinal Peter Turkson, Head of the Dicastery for Integral Human Development, Holy See; Rahanna Juman, Deputy Director, Institute of Marine Affairs, Trinidad and Tobago; David Osborn, Director of […]

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    Several ocean acidification-related sessions are planned for the Ocean Sciences meeting in Portland, Oregon, USA, 11-16 February 2018. More information.Filed under: Meetings

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    Presentation on climate change and how it relates to ocean acidification given by Dr Lydia Kapsenberg, post-doctoral researcher, National Science Foundation (USA) & Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France), in the framework of the international conference “Knowledge of the ocean at the service of sustainable development”, 27-28 April 2017, Monaco, co-organized by INDEMER and […]

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    Session description Coastal systems provide a range of goods and services that are under threat from anthropogenic stressors such as ocean acidification, deoxygenation, and eutrophication. Accurately projecting future chemical conditions in these socioeconomically important regions remains difficult due to the natural spatiotemporal variability in seawater chemistry. In coastal regions, complex processes including terrestrial-based riverine and groundwater inputs, intense benthic and pelagic metabolism, […]

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    Topic Area: Microbiology and Molecular Ecology Co-convenors:  Uta Passow, Philip Boyd, David Hutchins Description: Our changing climate is modifying concurrently many oceanic properties which are biologically influential.  Assessing the cumulative effects of each of these changes on marine biota poses a grand challenge to ocean scientists for several reasons.  First, for microbes and phytoplankton up […]

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