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Latest news on ocean acidification in Alaska
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December e-News

Happy Holidays! 


We are grateful to work with you all, and wish you a joyful holiday season.

This year's holiday theme song:

"Oh Come All Ye pHaithful"   :-)

OA returns to the stage at the Pacific Marine Expo


Last month, the Alaska OA Network hosted a panel of scientists and a booth at the largest fishermen's event on the west coast. An engaged crowd came to hear from NOAA and University of Washington scientists about the response of crab to OA, and consequent implications to species populations and fisheries economics.

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Interview: Mary DeMocker


Author Mary DeMocker helps people find their role in the fight for a livable planet, and recently published "The Parents Guide to Climate Revolution".

Her book and interview (below) address how busy people can find easy, affordable, fun ideas to be part of the climate solution while balancing other responsibilities.


Read Mary's interview


Yakutat holds OA community round table


On November 17, the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network and Yakutat Tlingit Tribe hosted a community talk and question and answer session about OA’s impacts and Yakutat’s current ocean sampling programs. Yakutat is partnering with the Sitka Tribe of Alaska to join a growing network of communities participating in water sampling across the state.  

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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, dugan@aoos.org
Alaska Ocean Acidification Network
Alaska Ocean Observing System
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