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  1. C-CAN 05 2019 Environmental Cost of Dinner Presented by Dr. Ray Hilborn, School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences, University of Washington. This webinar is hosted by Brad Warren, Global Ocean Health, National Fisheries Conservation Center and Teri King, Washington Sea Grant on May 14, 2019. Visit: https://c-can.info/c-can-oar-15-may-2019/  
  2. Abstract Future studies with HAB species should consider incorporating multiple climate change stressors. Marine and freshwater ecosystems are warming, acidifying, and deoxygenating as a consequence of climate change. In parallel, the impacts of harmful algal blooms (HABs) on these ecosystems are intensifying. Many eutrophic habitats that host recurring HABs already
  3. Bodega Harbor, near where UC Davis Bodega Marine Lab is located. (Photo credit: Tessa Hill)   As human activity increases carbon dioxide emissions, the oceans absorb more and more carbon as a result. “The ocean can take up an amazing amount of carbon,” says Tessa Hill, Professor of Earth &
  4. Watch the new video released by Scripps Oceanography Scripps scientists measured a record level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere: 415 parts per million, on Sunday, May 12, 2019. This daily record, the Keeling Curve, is considered the foundation of modern climate change research. Geochemist Charles David Keeling joined Scripps
  5. A PDF of this may be viewed/downloaded here.     Join us for our C-CAN Roundtable discussion on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 1pm PST (4pm EST) The Environmental Cost of Dinner Presented by Dr. Ray Hilborn, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington. This webinar will be