The Ocean Carbon & Geochemistry Program (video)
January 5, 2018
This video has also been archived under the Projects tab on this website.
(Information on the Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program’s ocean acidification work starts at ca. 7 minutes.)
Sponsored by NASA and NSF, the Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) program was established in 2006 to coordinate and facilitate activities relevant to carbon cycle science, climate, and global change issues. The scientific mission of OCB is to study the evolving role of the ocean in the global carbon cycle, in the face of environmental variability and change through studies of marine biogeochemical cycles and associated ecosystems.
OCB is a network of scientists who work across disciplines, such as ocean chemistry, biology and physics, to understand the ocean’s role in the global carbon cycle and the response of marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles to environmental change. OCB is a bottom-up organization that responds to the continually evolving research priorities and needs of its network.
Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) Program (via YouTube), 18 December 2017. Video.