Posted on EPOCA: 20 Mar 2013 — Cocco V., Joos F., Steinacher M., Frölicher T. L., Bopp L., Dunne J., Gehlen M., Heinze C., Orr J., Oschlies A., Schneider B., Segschneider J. & Tjiputra J., 2013. Biogeosciences 10: 1849-1868 Decadal-to-century scale trends for a range of marine environmental variables in
Posted on EPOCA: 19 Mar 2013 — Project status: This project began in January, 2012 and is projected to be completed in December, 2015 We are supporting the development of a management model to predict impacts of ocean acidification on food webs and the fishing economy in the California Current.
Posted on EPOCA: 15 Mar 2013 As atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continue to rise, ocean acidification continues to threaten marine life. New research from the University of Washingtonreveals that ocean acidification won’t only affect the shells of marine organisms. Increasing acidity in the ocean makes it harder for organisms to build and maintain calcified parts.
Posted on EPOCA: 15 Mar 2013 — Ocean absorption of CO2 from human activity is loosening shellfish’s ability to cling The strength of a mussel, the shellfish’s ability to grasp tightly to rocks, docks and ships despite crashing waves or prying fingers, is legendary. Scientists have even studied how mussels,
March 13, 2013, Santa Barbara Independent. By Matt Kettmann — Abstract Notion Hits Home at Bill Dewey’s Dabob Bay Farm In April 2010, The Santa Barbara Independent published an in-depth cover story on ocean acidification, becoming one of the first general interest publications to explain how our planet’s 200-year addiction to