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OA News (You Could Use) Apr. 1, 2021

We aren’t fooling!

Here are some of the latest happenings in the world of ocean acidification in Canada and beyond!

New on the Blog

ICYMI (in case you missed it)

Research Recap

We interviewed researchers Tyler Wilson and Dr. Travis Tai who share their insights from their new paper examining possible future socioeconomic outcomes of ocean acidification and climate change on fisheries in Atlantic Canada.

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Upcoming Webinars

Canada's OA Community of Practice Presents: Source or Sink? A numerical modeling study of inorganic carbon fluxes on the Scotian Shelf, Krysten Rutherford (Ph.D. Candidate, Dalhousie) Webinar: Wed., April 14th, 2 pm ADT/10 am PDT, register at

OA Community of Practice Webinar - Krysten Rutherford (Ph.D. candidate, Dalhousie University)

“Source or Sink? A numerical modeling study of inorganic carbon fluxes on the Scotian Shelf”

April 14th (2 pm ADT/10 am PDT)

See the event details and register here (visit our Events webpage for more updates).

OA Alliance Webinar - Accounting for OA Across Vulnerability and Risk Assessments

“The 90 minute webinar will provide a snapshot of OA vulnerability and risks assessments that have already been conducted in the Pacific Islands Region and British Columbia, Canada and highlight strategies and methodologies that account for socio-economic and cultural vulnerabilities.”

April 15th (4 pm EST/1 pm PST)

Register here:

GOA-ON Webinar Series

OA CoP coordinator, Kristina Barclay, will present an overview of the CoP and some of our new current and future projects.

April 21st (3 pm AST/11 am PST)

See the event details and register here.

In the News

“How to make an acid-proof oyster”

Source: The Capital Daily

Read the full article here.

New Paper of Interest

Ricart, A. M., M. Ward, T. M. Hill, E. Sanford, K. J. Kroeker, Y. Takeshita, S. Merolla, P. Shukla, A. T. Ninokawa, K. Elsmore, B. Gaylord. 2021.Coast‐wide evidence of low pH amelioration by seagrass ecosystems. Global Change Biology.


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