Posted on OA: 27 Nov 2014 — Kirkwood W. J., Walz P. M., Peltzer E. T., Barry J. P., Herlien R. A., Headley K. L., Kecy C., Matsumoto G. I., Maughan T., O’Reilly T. C., Salamy K. A., Shane F. & Brewer P. G., in press. Deep Sea Research Part
Posted on OA: 26 Nov 2014 Much of our past research on ocean acidification has focussed on direct responses to pCO2 increase at the (sub-) organism level, but does not produce findings that can be projected into the natural context. Based on a review of about 350 recent articles
Posted on Boulder Weekly: 20 Nov 2014 — By Miguel Llanos, The Daily Climate Courtesy of Miguel Llanos Cookie tray in hand and lifejacket around chest, Laura Newcomb looks more like a confused baker than a marine biologist. But the University of Washington researcher is dressed for work. Her
Posted on NOAA: 19 Nov 2014 — New portal builds on NOAA’s commitment to provide public access to data from observational network Locations of Burkolator stations in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California. (Credit: SCCOOS.) Shellfish farms and hatcheries along the Pacific U.S. coast can now get real-time, online ocean
Posted on Alternatives Journal: 12 Nov 2014 — By Andrew Reeves — Research released today shows combined effects of warming and acidification will zap the energy of porcelain crabs, forcing them into survival mode. Research by SF State biology professor Jonathon Stillman. Petrolisthes cinctipes – a species of porcelain crab.