Posted on California Progress Report: 27 July 2012 — By Madhavi Colton and Gretchen Hofmann The ocean may seem timeless and impervious. Yet we are increasingly seeing that in the sea, as in the natural world as a whole, the only thing that is constant is change. While some
Posted on RevModo: DAVID QUILTY | 25 JULY, 2012 | OCEAN Here’s an important video of Professor Rob Dunbar from Stanford University giving a TED talk about ocean acidification. Professor Dunbar’s research takes a look at how climate change has affected our oceans over the past 50 to 12,000 years and
Posted on Crosscut.com: 24 Jul 2012 — By John Stang — A panel is looking at how to respond to a new threat to the state’s shellfish. Hstender/Flickr A large oyster at Dabob Bay. A big question mark stands over Washington’s efforts to deal with ocean acidification is money: How much
Posted on CoEnv Currents: 23 Jul 2012 Scientists at the University of Washington have been working with the shellfish industry since the turn of the 20th century. This productive partnership has brought innovations in hatchery technology, oyster seasonality and more. Now, ocean acidification threatens the shellfish industry, and UW scientists
Posted on EPOCA: 19 Jul 2012 OLYMPIA – The public is invited to attend the next meeting of the Governor’s Blue Ribbon Panel on Ocean Acidification. The meeting is set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 20, in The Forum Room, 3rd floor of Parrington Hall, University of Washington Campus.