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Ceri Lewis Nov 14
Applications still open for our super cool (pun intended) MRes studying global changes in the
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Coastal Biogeochem 6h
🤩Laura's () first PhD paper is out now in ! Go have a read to learn all about how carbonate precipitation v dissolution fluctuate seasonally in coral reef sands
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Plymouth Marine Lab 16h
Find out more about and its impacts on from PML's Dr in this short film, part of the Climate Video Series 🌊
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Russian Riverkeeper Nov 14
threatens 85% of Californians and the state’s $45 billion ocean economy. Thanks to for coming up with solutions to make our ocean and coast more resilient to and ! .
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U.S. Mission to the UN (Vienna) 14h
The United States is a lead supporter of activities, contributing over $378 million since 2010 to the ’s Peaceful Uses Initiative, which includes therapy, pest control, and research into marine and .
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Ryan Dicks Nov 17
Most local governments in the PNW have 5-100 people working on water quality issues. Today, Climate Change is the biggest threat to water quality. Maybe we should work on Climate Change if we care about water quality.
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The Ocean Foundation 19h
"In a world destined for if you aren’t monitoring it, you won’t know the train is coming until it hits you…" Read the full guest blog written by Steve Paton, a participant at our monitoring workshop in .
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Alaska Sea Grant Nov 19
Skagway Traditional Council is the latest to join a growing monitoring network. Davin Holen, our community resilience specialist, says the work the tribes are doing "is really kind of pioneering a network."
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CSU COAST 14h
impacts " and the billions of who rely on the for their livelihood and sustenance,” says our very own director, Dr. Krista Kamer.
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OCB Nov 18
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CSU COAST Nov 19
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C•I•B Nov 14
Replying to @StellenboschUni
But how will and warming affect it’s growth? Nicole Vorster will find out and tell us next ARM!
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Amy Vierra Nov 14
My colleagues wrote this awesome 3-part series called "Oceans 9-1-1". Relatively quick reads with lots of cool graphics
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Clytha Primary Nov 13
Year Five are very excited to have had a shout out from Jamie at Encounter Education all the way from Curaçao in their Reefs Under Threat live broadcast this morning
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Ruth White Nov 19
"Shellfish such as are critical to health as they filter nutrients and create natural storm barriers"
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Dr. Hilary Palevsky Nov 14
Check out this exciting postdoc opportunity studying in the . Very cool project, excellent city, and fabulous adviser!
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C. Ryan Ono Nov 12
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CSU COAST Nov 13
The published the final portion of their three-part story on entitled “Breaking the (Seafood) Chain.” Read how CSU faculty are researching !
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CSU COAST Nov 18
professor Scott Hamilton is testing a new system to farm and at to see if "growing and seaweeds together will mitigate the effects of ."
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Scott A. Ashford Nov 18
Potential new treatments. A new Global Innovation Center. Collaboration between scientists and fishers to address threatening . Funding for 's innovative has risen 15% in the last year!
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