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OA News (You Could Use) Apr. 22, 2021

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

New on the Blog

Research Recap:

New paper: Warming and acidification threaten glass sponge pumping and reef formation

Read the full post here.

New OA CoP Webinar Recording

Missed our webinar last week with Krysten Rutherford about modeling inorganic carbon on the Scotian Shelf? Never fear, find the recording here:

Upcoming Webinars

MASTS Webinar Series

Take a virtual trip to Scotland! OA CoP coordinator, Kristina Barclay, will present an overview of Canada's OA community to the Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS).

May 5th (9 am ADT/5 am PDT)

See the event details and register here!

New Resource

BIMS Bites – Ocean Acidification

In this BIMS (Black in Marine Science) Bite, Josette McLean (Master’s Candidate at Hampton University) takes a bite out of ocean acidification.

Watch the video here (~5 minutes).

In the News

“Federal report reveals complex changes taking place in our oceans”

Source: Quirks and Quarks blog, CBC

Read the full article here.

New Paper of Interest

Duke, P. J, B. G. T. Else, S. F. Jones, S. Marriot, M. M. M. Ahmed, V. Nandan, B. Butterworth, S. F. Gonski, R. Dewey, A. Sastri, L. A. Miller, K. G. Simpson, H. Thomas. 2021. Seasonal marine carbon system processes in an Arctic coastal landfast sea ice environment observed with an innovative underwater sensor platform. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 9:00103.


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