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To develop a roadmap for integrating ocean acidification observing activities on the US West Coast that ensures balanced participation of academic, governmental, and commercial stakeholders.
In particular, these workshops aim to articulate a strategy for implementing a sustainable observing system for ocean acidification that will be able to address the needs of the shellfish industry as well as of broader fisheries management stakeholders along the West Coast, in addition to those of the academic research community.
This workshop was held in La Jolla, California August 27-28, 2012
The full list of participants is available.
This is the third workshop supported by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, with the principal goal of developing a roadmap for integrating ocean acidification observing activities on the US west coast, involving participation of academic, government and commercial stakeholders.
This workshop presented reports from workshops held in July and December 2011, outlined a recommended observing strategy for C-CAN based on earlier discussion, and discussed how to implement the monitoring plan, articulating challenges and possible solutions.
A summary of workshop proceedings [when availble] is linked here.
national, and regional OA observing networks
for seawater OA chemistry. Andrew Dickson
a role for the regional associations of IOOS. Jan Newton
to implement this proposed network?
Wrap-up of discussions and agreement on timeline for tasks to be completed
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