• Austin Pugh

OA News (You Could Use), March 21st, 2022

Updated: Mar 28

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


Alaska Ocean Acidification Network: Spring Discussion Series:


It is important to check in with those we share a coastline with! Registration is open for Alaska Ocean Acidification Network's online "Spring Discussion Series". Four discussion topics will be covered over the next 2 months.


To register and see the discussion topics follow this link: https://bit.ly/3IrVqnC


New in the CoP:


Our "Discussion Series" has moved to Twitter! The current topic is: What is one take home about Ocean Acidification you wish every Canadian knew?


Click here to join the conversation


In the News:

Iria Gimenez a research scientist based out of the Hakai Institute on Quadra Island, B.C. gives her thoughts on OA.

Title: State-of-the-art lab on remote B.C. island untangling the effects of ocean acidification


Source: InfoNews


Click here to check it out!

New Paper of Interest: Check out this new 2022 paper with evidence for OA resilient corals.


McLachlan, R.H., Price, J.T., Muñoz-Garcia, A. et al. Physiological acclimatization in Hawaiian corals following a 22-month shift in baseline seawater temperature and pH. Scientific Reports, 2022 DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-06896-z


New in the Blog: New meet the critters blog post. Meet Foraminifera, an animal that is one of the most abundant in the ocean and in the fossil record.


To read the new blog post click here!


 

Have a news item you'd like us to feature? Email coordinator@oceanacidification.ca!

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