Posted on Coos Bay World: 31 July 2013 — By Thomas Moriarty By Alysha Beck, The World – Workers at Clausen Oysters in North Bend unload bags of seeded oyster shells gathered from Horsfall Beach on Tuesday. The oyster seed was taken back and spread out at Horsfall Wednesday morning.
Posted on OA-ICC: 29 Jul 2013 — Busch D. S., Harvey C. J. & McElhany P., 2013. Potential impacts of ocean acidification on the Puget Sound food web. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70: 823–833. Ecosystem impacts of ocean acidification (OA) were explored by imposing scenarios designed to mimic OA
Posted on KUOW.ORG: 29 Jul 2013 — By Katie Campbell Credit EarthFix Photo/Katie Campbell The shellfish industry, which injects about $111 million each year into the Pacific Northwest’s economy, is particularly at risk from the threat of ocean acidification. On Monday scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will begin
Posted in Forbes online: 26 Jul 2013 — By David Ferris Knocking back a few oysters (along with beers) at Pearl Dive or Hank’s Oyster Bar is a fine way to end a muggy summer day here in Washington D.C. As I passed by the crowd stuffed into Hank’s last night, I remembered that I’d
Posted on LA Times: 25 Jul 2013 — By Tony Barboza A team of scientists is setting out on a research expedition along the U.S. West Coast to study ocean acidification, the greenhouse gas-driven change in the chemistry of seawater that has been called climate change’s “evil twin.” Chemists and