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November e-News

New release: Alaska OA State of the Science report

In response to a request from the fishing community, the Alaska OA Network has produced an easily readable 8-page brochure describing the latest research on species response in the lab, current forecasting efforts, and what we know so far about regional drivers and influences.

Check out the report

Meet Switgard Duesterloh

Switgard Duesterloh, a scientist and educator in Kodiak, has spent many years helping local children learn and get excited about marine science.  Find out more about her efforts and her approach to teaching ocean acidification in a place-based setting.

Read the interview

Headed to the Pacific Marine Expo? Catch this panel on OA and Bering Sea crab

Four experts from NOAA and UW will share the latest on the effects of OA on Bering Sea crab, bioeconomic projections, and how global climate models can provide insights into future fisheries.

Date: Sunday, November 18, 2:15-3:15pm
Location: Pacific Marine Expo, Century Link Field, Seattle

See the flyer

Ocean Acidification experts visit Bering Strait communities

UAF Professor Amanda Kelley and education specialist Yuri Bult-Ito met with schools and community members in Gambell and Savoonga in September to talk about ocean acidification and perform hands-on experiments. 

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About the Network

The mission of the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network is to expand the understanding of ocean acidification processes and impacts in Alaska.  

Questions? Email Network Director
Darcy Dugan,
Alaska Ocean Acidification Network
Alaska Ocean Observing System
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