New thematic series – ‘Ocean acidification: approaches to mitigation and adaptation’

Posted on EPOCA: 14 Jan 2013

 A new thematic series- ‘Ocean acidification: approaches to mitigation and adaptation’ is to be published in Carbon Balance and Management. This series aims to provide a widely accessible forum for the presentation and discussion of research into ocean acidification, and how these studies can be used to inform management and policy.

In this series, we not only aim to highlight important findings in this area, but also to facilitate interdisciplinary discussions with the overriding goal of working towards a comprehensive global carbon strategy. Continued study and assessment of oceanic carbon is key to enhancing our understanding of the global carbon cycle, and the intention of this series is to highlight this importance of research in this area.


Thanks to the open access policy of Carbon Balance and Management, all articles published in the journal will benefit from high visibility and permanent free accessibility. Furthermore, authors are free to include as many color images as desired, in addition to other material such as video clips.

Manuscripts can be submitted via the online submission system, clearly stating in your covering letter that your submission is intended for the ‘Ocean Acidification: Approaches to mitigation and adaptation’ thematic series.

For more information about the journal, please visit its About page, contact editorialteam(at) or read our instructions for authors.


Burke Hales
Series Editor and Co-Editor-in-Chief, Carbon Balance and Management

Georgii Alexandrov
Co-Editor-in-Chief, Carbon Balance and Management

Editorial Board