Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Connect With

NOAA OAP ON: 

CONTACT US

noaa.oceanacidification@noaa.gov

 

 

DATA QUALITY AND ASSURANCE:

Scripps Institute of Oceanography

Andrew Dickson lab

WORKING TOGETHER

A broad and integrated research effort is needed to fully understand the rate, magnitude, and variability of ocean acidification, its impacts on ecologically and economically important organisms, and the resulting implications on human populations and economies. Natural and social scientists, educators, fishers, boat operators, and hatchery owners are just a few of the people directly involved in this effort.  The OAP is working with and reaching out to stakeholders from a diverse range of institutions in this effort.


Back to Engagement Activities

PARTNERS

THE OAP is partnering with a wide variety of institutions with expertise in the program's research focus areas.

Minimize

OA OBSERVATIONS & MONITORING:

Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington/ NANOOS – Jan Newton lab (WA mooring)

Oregon State University – Burke Hales and Jack Barth labs (NH 10 Oregon mooring)

University of Alaska, Fairbanks – Ocean Acidification Research Center (Alaska moorings)

University of Georgia – Wei Jun Cai and Scott Noakes labs (Gray’s Reef mooring)

University of Hawaii – Eric DeCarlo lab (Hawaii moorings)

University of New Hampshire – Joe Salisbury and Doug Vandermark labs (Gulf of Maine mooring)

University of Puerto Rico,Jorge Corredor and Julio Morell labs (Puerto Rico mooring);

University of Southern Mississippi - Stephan Howden lab (Mississippi mooring)

Scripps Institute of Oceanography – Uwe Send lab  (for CA moorings)


ASSESSING BIOLOGICAL RESPONSE & IMPACTS:

Cal Poly –Lars Tomanek lab (with NWFSC)

Oregon State University – George Waldbusser lab (with NWFSC)

San Francisco State (with AFSC)

University of Washington – Julie Keister lab, Carolyn Friedman lab, Steven Roberts lab (with NWFSC and PMEL)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution – Anne Cohen and Dan McCorkle labs (with PIFSC, NEFSC, AFSC)

ECOSYSTEM MODELING:  

Environmental Protection Agency – Narragansett Laboratory

CSIIRO, Australia – Beth Fulton lab

State University of New York, Stony Brook – Christopher Gobler lab 

University of Washington

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution – Scott Doney and Sarah Cooley lab


Back to Engagement Activities

COOPERATIVE INSTITUTES: 

CIFAR (with AFSC)

CIMEC (with PMEL)

CIMAS (with AOML)

CIMRS (with PMEL)

JIMAR (with PIFSC)

JISAO (with PMEL)

NGI (with AOML)


INTEGRATED OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM (IOOS): 

Alliance for Coastal Technology

CariCOOS 

NANOOS

NERACOOS 

PacIOOS

TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:

Liquid Robotics

Scripps Institute of Oceanography

Todd Martz lab

University of South Florida

 Bob Byrne lab