C-CAN News

California Current Acidification Network
  1. The September C-CAN OAR Workshop/Webinar How ocean acidification works hand-in-hand with warming and other global change stressors to promote toxic Pseudo-nitzschia harmful algal blooms along the West Coast C-CAN OAR September Workshop/Webinar page: https://c-can.info/c-can-oar-18-september-2019/ September Webinar YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PaHoTTO_Q8   Visit the C-CAN OAR Workshops and Webinars page for information
  2. Visit the C-CAN OAR Workshops and Webinars page for information on upcoming events and a weblink to recorded webinars. The August C-CAN Roundtable discussion: Understanding Acidification Risks Across Habitats
Through a 10-site Intertidal Network https://c-can.info/c-can-oar-7-august-2019/ YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeA_cDOzftg
  3. The new IPCC Special Report, released today,  is the first IPCC Report to focus on the role of the ocean in the global climate and the effects of climate change on the ocean. Ocean acidification is extensively covered throughout the report. A few OA-relevant excerpts from the Summary for Policymakers
  4. CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon has a new roadmap for addressing rising ocean acidification and hypoxia – two climate change-induced conditions that could have widespread consequences for the state’s ocean ecosystem and the economy. Ocean acidification and hypoxia are significant threats to a wide range of marine mammals, from crabs to
  5. Coastal upwelling ecosystems around the world are defined by wind-generated currents that bring deep, nutrient-rich waters to the surface ocean where they fuel exceptionally productive food webs. These ecosystems are also now understood to share a common vulnerability to ocean acidification and hypoxia (OAH). In the California Current Large Marine