A list of recent publications produced by NFCC, including our Ocean Acidification Report, the most widely read OA publication in the world.
Global Ocean Health commissioned this report, Sweetening the Waters, to inform the work of the Washington State Blue Ribbon Panel on Ocean Acidification and offer citizens options for policy and action.
Ocean Acidification Reports
Volume Four, Issue Two, September 2020
This beefy issue includes a profile of Priya Shukla, a rising star PhD candidate at UC Davis, climate change effects of aquaculture, heat waves on land at sea, carbon removal myths and realities, NOAA’s new 10-year OA research plan, Ruth Gates coral restoration grants, Virginia joins RGGI, OA causing “osteoporosis” on iconic reefs, changes in fish communities under OA, and the state of Canada’s Arctic seas.
In this issue you’ll hear about how marine heat waves are affecting food webs: from plankton to killer whales, about clam die-offs in Uruguay, hypoxia killing lobster and fish in Cape Cod, the new IPCC Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere, worldwide emissions set to decline in 2019, and other news.
New proposed OA legislation, the unraveling of the ocean food web, the vulnerability of Atlantic cod, looming water shortages, Sealaska’s new focus, monitoring in Humboldt and Monterey Bays, and more.
A profile of Sam Teicher, cofounder of Coral Vita, a land-based coral restoration farm, plus west coast crabbers sue the fossil fuel industry, oceans at the Global Climate Action Summit, razor clam research in Alaska, the OA Alliance, Washington’s Initiative 1631, Dr. Ruth Gates, NECAN survey, Climate Assessments, Arctic OA Report released, and more.
Size matters in OA vulnerability, Joth Davis and mitigating OA with seagrass and kelp, OA and mussels, coralline algae, deep-sea corals, The Ocean Foundation, Pebble Mine project advancement, OA workshop in Kuwait, copepods cope with OA, California beats emissions reductions goals, how carbon taxes could fund global SDGs, the National Shellfisheries Association Annual meeting, useful resources and webinar links, and more!
Sexier Male Sand Fleas, Oregon steps up with new legislation, salmon’s sense of smell distorted, coccolithophores, bryozoans, foraminifers, NOAA escapes budget cuts again, International Alliance to Combat OA, update to Washington’s OA recommendations, ocean warming species shift, the Shellfish Growers Climate Coalition, Bob Foy, and more!
Special Sea Level Rise issue. Seeding mangroves to restore Louisiana wetlands, nuisance flooding as harmful over time as extreme weather events, Trump proposes major NOAA and EPA budget cuts, Op-Ed: act on carbon policy, Dungeness crab and OA, pteropods as biological indicators, and new kits for detecting oyster seed health.
Lobsters and OA, chasing OA resilience in red abalone, the first African OA experiment, buffering for OA at a Louisiana hatchery, new Maine OA legislation, blue carbon in Washington state, the CERF conference, and lots more.
COP21 Special Issue: In this issue you’ll hear about the editor’s experience at COP21, what resulted from that ground-breaking conference in Paris, and what role the ocean played there. In addition, we have coverage of the first California Legislative meeting on OA, 3D kelp & shellfish farming in New England, new Blue Carbon methodology, print, video, and web resources, and more.
A message from the early front lines of OA, the ocean in climate change negotiations, monitoring water quality on the East Coast, Seaweed in OA mitigation,training for young Asian OA scientists, an OA time capsule, plus new Resources and Research.
Adapt, Diversify, or Die in BC Shellfish, First Hatchery Released Red King Crab, New England Multi-State OA Pact, Methane Leaks, Blue Carbon, and of course Print, Web, and Video Resources, Research articles, and more.
Guest editorial from Exec Director of the East Coast Shellfish Growers Association, Results of Maine OA Commission, Polls compare OA Knowledge of New England Fishermen, Alaskans, and General Public, NOAA’s education and outreach, Dick Sheldon profile (and lots more).
Profile of a Chesapeake Bay, VA grower, new information on massive BC scallop die-off, OA legislation passes in Maine and Maryland, wave gliders, resources, funding, and more.
Over 30 items on OA, including BC Scallop Die-off, OA effects on crab larvae, Blue Carbon, Seagrass studies, Arctic OA, and much more.