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In order to reach the goals of the OAP as outlined in the FOARAM Act, clear communication among scientists, resource managers, policy makers and the public is vital.  Such communication must include scientists sharing recent research findings with their peers and others.  Educators and communicators can also communicate current research and possible implications of research findings to managers, policy makers, and the public so that informed decisions can be made regarding adaptation strategies and policy implementation.



2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting

February 23rd-28th 2014 Honolulu, Hawaii

Ocean Acidification sessions and presentation info follows.

February 24th, 8:00-10:00, 14:00-16:00

Ocean Acidification in Coastal Environments

Effect of Elevated CO2 on Larvae of Dungeness Crab (Cancer Magister); Miller, J. J.; Bascom, D.; Friedman, C.; McElhany, P.

Carbonate Chemistry Covariation with Temperature and Oxygen in Coastal Regions: Implications for the Design of Ocean Acidification Experiments; Reum, J. C.; Alin,  S.; Bednarsek, N.; Feely, R.; Hales, B.

Factors Contributing to Variability in pCO2 and Calcite Mineral Saturation State in a Sensitive Coastal Ecosystem; Salisbury, J.; Vandemark, D.; Hunt, C. W.; Sabine, C.; Musielewicz, S.


Hypoxia and Ocean Acidification of the Coastal Waters of the Pacific Northwest: Evaluation of Seasonal Prediction of Hypoxia and pH; Siedlecki, S. A.; Hermann, A.; Bond, N.; Alin, S.; Feely, R.

Attribution of Corrosive Bottom-Water Condition to Ocean Acidification and Other Estuarine Drivers in Puget Sound: An Updated Analysis; Alin, S. R.; Feely, R. A.; Newton, J. A.; Krembs, C.; Devol, A

Ocean Acidification Observing System: Local To Global; Newton, J. A.; Willis, Z.; Jewett, L.; Feely, R.

February 24th, 16:00-18:00

Carbonate Saturation State Calculations and Thermodynamic Consistency of Data Obtained on U.S. East and West Coast Ocean Acidification Cruises; Patsavas, M. C.;  Byrne, R. H.; Wanninkhof, R.; Feely, R. A.; Cai, W. J.

February 25th 14:00-16:00

Ocean Acidification and Coral Reefs: The Importance of Cooperative Research and the Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS)

Multiple Years of Buoy Based CO2-Carbonic Acid System and Water Quality Monitoring Across Coral Reef Setting in Hawaii:  What have we learned? De Carlo, E. H.; Drupp, P. S.; Thompson, R.; Mackenzie, F. T.; Musielewics, S

Ocean Acidification TIme-Series Mooring at Grays Reef National Marine Sanctuary; Noakes, S. E.; Gleason, D. F.; Cai, W. J. 

Monitoring Ecological Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Pacific Coral Reefs, Brainard, R. E.; Young, C.; Timmers, M.; Cohen, A.; Price, N.

February 25th, 16:00-18:00

An Inter-Laboratory Comparison Assessing the Quality of Seawater Carbon Dioxide Measurements; Bockmon, E. E.; Dickson, A. G. 

Tropical Cyclones Cause CaCO3 Undersaturation of Coral Reef Seawater in a High-CO2 World; Manzello, D. P.; Enochs, I. C.; Musielewicz, S.; Carlton, R.; Gledhill, D.

Coral Bioerosion Enhanced By Ocean Acidification & Nutrients; DeCarlo, T. M.; Cohen, A. L.; Young, C.; Golbuu, Y.; Brainard, R.

Effects of Ocean Acidification on Phytoplankton In Culture and Field-Collected Coastal Assemblages; King, A. L.; Wikfors, G. H.; Milke, L. M.; Jenkins, B. D.; Meseck, S. L.

February 26th, 16:00-18:00

Vulnerability and Adaptation Strategies of Pteropods in the California Current Ecosystem; Bednarsek, N.; Feely, R. A.; Reum, J.; Hales, B.; Alin, S. R

Scenarios for Modeling the Effects of Ocean Acidification on the California Current Food Web; Busch, D. S.; McElhany, P  

Modeling Complex Movement of Zooplankton in a Dynamic Carbon Chemistry Environment; McElhany, P., Ladd, T.; Khangaonkar, T.

Ocean Acidification Risk Assessment for Alaska's Fishery Sector; Mathis, J. T.; Cooley, S. R.; Lucey, N.; Frisch, L. C.; Feely, R. A.

Autonomous Observation of Carbon Dynamics in the Southern California Current System; Martz, T.; Send, U.; Nam, S.; Kim, H. J.; Alin, S.

February 26th, 18:30- 20:30, rm. 312

A workshop, Effective Practices for Communicating Ocean Acidification, will be held to share the state of ocean acidification science and communication, develop stories as effective communication tools and continue to build the ocean acidification communication and education community.

February 27th, 16:00- 18:00

An Atlantic Sea Scallop Integrated Assessment Model to Explore Ocean Acidification and Temperature Rise; Cooley, S. R.; Rheuban, J. E.; Hart, D.; Hare, J.; Doney, S. C.


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