Posted on EPOCA: 19 Jun 2012 — BOAR Group scientists: Overall, our results suggest that a stringent focus on a single phase of the life cycle (e.g., one perceived as the “weakest link”), may neglect critical impacts that can be transferred across life stages in taxa with complex life histories.
Posted on National Association of Science Writers: 18 Jun 2012, by Charlie Petit — A compilation of articles on the Gruber et al study, and other recent news about OA Maybe it’s like the Swiss Navy, the punchline for a joke. After all, what does Nicolas Gruber, a guy
Posted on The Washington Post — By Juliet Eilperin, Published: June 16 Efforts to deal with increasing acidification of the oceans will get a signal of support Sunday with a U.S. announcement that it will provide $1 million over the next three years to launch a global monitoring network. The creation
Posted on EPOCA: 15 Jun 2012 Nearshore waters of the California Current System (California CS) already today have a low carbonate saturation state, making them particularly susceptible to ocean acidification. Here, we use eddy-resolving model simulations to study the potential development of ocean acidification in this system up to 2050
Published 14 June, 2012, Living on Earth — The carbon dioxide we release is absorbed by the Earth’s oceans. But it doesn’t just benignly vanish. It’s eventually released into the water, making the water more acidic. That’s feeding algae blooms and killing some animals. In the Puget Sound, the situation