Wednesday, May 27, 2015

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COMMUNICATION IS CRITICAL

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.


UPCOMING WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCES

THE THIRD US OCEAN ACIDIFICATION PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR'S MEETING, June 9th-11th

This three-day meeting will bring together primarily NSF-funded investigators of the OA research community (other agency-funded PIs are welcome, as long as they have their own travel support) to share new scientific results and identify knowledge gaps and opportunities for collaborations that will accelerate OA research in the future. 

COASTAL & ESTUARINE RESEARCH FEDERATION, November 8th-12th, 2015

Synergistic effects of ocean acidification with hypoxia, eutrophication or other conditions – synthesis of information (e.g., from 2013 CERF) with new research results and methods for mitigating effectsPolar estuaries and coasts – physical oceanography, ice cover, biogeochemical interactions and impacts to coastal ecosystems.

 

 

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