Ocean Acidification News

Director's Corner CeNCOOS Winter Meeting December 5th and 6th in Moss Landing October Governing Council Call Minutes 2016 Experssion of Interest Update Connecting the Dots on Ocean Acidification
Collaborating to monitor ocean acidification at Hog Island Oyster Co

This story illustrates how a unique science industry partnership is changing the way we monitor ocean acidification and how monitoring can benefit research, business, and our understanding of the ocean.

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Cal Poly Assistant Professor Ryan Walter discusses impacts of prolonged warm water on seagrass in central California and local efforts to assess marine ecosystem changes.  This year’s El Niño is among the strongest ever recorded. Combined with the “warm blob” persisting throughout the northeast Pacific Ocean, the last two years have...
ocean acidification and hypoxia coastal california beach photo with waves
Permanent and alarming changes to ocean chemistry along the West Coast require immediate, decisive action, warns the 20-member West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel in a report unveiled Monday. 
CeNCOOS is proud to announce the release of our new Humboldt Bay Oyster Conditions dashboard. The result of a science-industry collaboration, the new dashboard provides easy access to ocean information for the region’s mariculture groups.
 
Large, Persistent Algal Bloom Triggers Health Advisories 2015 Call for Nominations NYT Video Features OA Monitoring Partnership Observing Systems Assist with Refugio Spill Response Trinidad Glider Data Accessible through CeNCOOS Website
The New York Times, as part of the "California Matters" series, posted a video exploring our science-industry partnership to monitor ocean acidification and water quality in Tomales Bay.
West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel publishes article describing potential management actions and science needs for addressing local acidification.

CeNCOOS OA expert John Largier joined Terry Sawyer of Hog Island Oyster Company (a CeNCOOS Partner), Congressman Jared Huffman, and others to discuss the impacts of ocean acidification on Northern California.

New ocean acidification sensors were recently deployed at Hog Island Oyster Company in a project to test newly developed sensors in partnership with shellfish growers along the West Coast.  The information from this sensor will directly benefit local shellfisheries and will be