Posted on WAMC Northeast Public Radio: 15 July 2014 — By Christopher Joyce Listen 7:11 UC Santa Barbara’s Jay Lunden and Andrew Brinkman, a summer intern for NOAA, prepare to deploy an instrument that measures temperature and salinity throughout the water column, and collects water samples. Umihiko Hoshijima UCSB The world’s
Articles from July 2014
A new resource for educators: Seawater Acid-Base Chemistry and Ocean Acidification
Posted on OA: 9 Jul 2014 — Heather Page & Alison Dickens, Scripps Classroom Connection via Earthref.org A new resource on ocean acidification has been made available online to teachers by Scripps Classroom Connection via Eartref.org. It comprises a curriculum of five lessons that teach students acid-base chemistry through ocean acidification,
The role of temperature in determining species’ vulnerability to ocean acidification: A case study using mytilus galloprovincialis
Posted on OA: 8 Jul 2014 — Kroeker K. J., Gaylord B., Hill T. M., Hosfelt J. D., Miller S. H. & Sanford E., 2014. PLoS ONE 9(7): e100353 Ocean acidification (OA) is occurring across a backdrop of concurrent environmental changes that may in turn influence species’ responses to OA.