Ocean pH sensor technology has advanced quickly over the last few years. This is predominately driven by the integration of Honeywell™ Durafet® pH electrodes in oceanographic sensor packages. Durafets sensors contain Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET) technology, which produces highly precise pH measurements in seawater. Precision is better than
Month: February 2018
New platform for ocean acidification information exchange
Catalyzing response to ocean acidification through collaboration and information sharing The Ocean Acidification Information Exchange and its members advance understanding of ocean acidification through collaboration and information sharing to better prepare communities to respond and adapt to acidification. Join the conversation with interested individuals who are addressing ocean acidification from
C-CAN Ocean Acidification Roundtable (2/8/2018)
The C-CAN Ocean Acidification Roundtable held on 8 Feb 2018 is available on the C-CAN site: http://c-can.info/c-can-oar-8-feb-2018/. Visit: http://c-can.info/c-can-oar-8-feb-2018/ to view the archived video [YouTube] and/or download the presentation.
Report on Using Aquatic Vegetation as Ocean Acidification Management Tool
The Ocean Protection Council and Ocean Science Trust are pleased to announce the release of a new report: Emerging Understanding of Seagrass and Kelp as an Ocean Acidification Management Tool in California. The report is available here: http://www.oceansciencetrust.org/projects/sav/. The report, which synthesizes data and results from ongoing research and monitoring,
Can Kelp And Seagrass Help Oysters Adapt To Major Ocean Change?
The oceans off Oregon and Washington are ground zero for ocean acidification, and Northwest scientists are working on new ways to adapt. Brian Allen is up to his elbows in cold, black water. He’s hanging over the side of a small boat, trying to pull in a tangle of ropes. They’re