• Austin Pugh

OA News (You Could Use), July 11th, 2022

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


July Quarterly Newsletter:


Our newest Quarterly Newsletter (July 2022) has arrived and is full of exciting updates, including our Canada OA Project Survey, World Ocean Day, new educational resources, and much more!


Click here to read the Newsletter.


Job Opportunity:


Research Scientist: OA data management and product development (University of Maryland and NCEI).


Click here for more information.


Ocean Festival Canada:


Ocean Festival Canada is here! If you are thinking of planning an event or are curious and need more information read the following.


The following information is cross-posted from the Ocean Week Canada Website:


We’re not just celebrating for a week this year! In 2022, Ocean Week Canada will kick off a summer-long Ocean Festival that will lay a foundation of ocean awareness as Canada gears up to host the Fifth International Marine Protected Areas Congress (IMPAC5) in Vancouver. IMPAC5 is a global forum that brings together ocean conservation professionals and officials to inform, inspire, and act on Marine Protected Areas. Check back often to find out how to make the most of your Ocean Festival experience with updates on events, important dates, and ways to get involved. Through understanding, participating in, and celebrating marine conservation efforts, we can meet our goal of protecting 30% of Canada’s ocean waters by 2030.


For more information click here!


In the News:


Title: Ocean Acidification May Drive Diatom Decline


Source: Eos.org


To read the article click here!


Paper of Interest: Check out the new paper scientific paper!


Wright, L. S., Pessarrodona, A., & Foggo, A. (2022). Climate‐driven shifts in kelp forest composition reduce carbon sequestration potential. Global Change Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.16299



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