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  1. A Dungeness crab, or Cancer magister, sits on kelp.Jerry Kirkhart/Flickr New research on the Pacific Northwest portion of the Dungeness crab fishery, which spans the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada, projects how this crustacean will fare under climate change. Results show that by the end of this century,
  2. Oceanic measurements collected during a scientific cruise on NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown last week confirmed that a large area of poorly oxygenated water (known as hypoxia) is growing off the coast of Washington and Oregon. Oxygen-depleted bottom waters occur seasonally along the continental shelf of Washington and Oregon when
  3. Nina Bednaršeka, Jan A. Newton, Marcus W. Beck, Simone R. Alin, Richard A. Feely, Natasha R.Christman, Terrie Klinger Abstract Estuaries are recognized as one of the habitats most vulnerable to coastal ocean acidification due to seasonal extremes and prolonged duration of acidified conditions. This is combined with co-occurring environmental stressors
  4. S. Fisher Gonski, Micah J. Horwith, Skip Albertson, Julia Bos, Allison S. Brownlee, Natalie Coleman, Carol Falkenhayn Maloy, Mya Keyzers, Christopher Krembs, Greg Pelletier, Elisa Rauschl, Holly R. Young, Wei-Jun Cai   Abstract The Washington State Department of Ecology conducted a large-scale ocean acidification (OA) study in greater Puget Sound
  5. Samantha A. Siedlecki1, Darren Pilcher2,5, Evan M. Howard3, Curtis Deutsch3, Parker MacCready3, Emily L. Norton2, Hartmut Frenzel3, Jan Newton4, Richard A. Feely5, Simone R. Alin5, and Terrie Klinger6 1Department of Marine Sciences, University of Connecticut, Groton, CT 06340, USA 2Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University