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Links and resources

Information regarding ocean acidification is an ever-expanding catalogue. Below are selected links for further information as well as for resources for teaching and presentation.

Links

Australian and New Zealand Ocean Acidification Project
For more information email the site. Contact Merinda Nash.

European Project on OCean Acidification (EPOCA)
For more information email the site. Contact Lina Hansson.

Biological Impacts of Ocean Acidification (Bioacid)
For more information email the site. Contact Silvana Gagliardi (Secretary).

United Kingdom Ocean Acidification Programme
For more information email the site. Contact Prof. Philip Williamson.

US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

The Ocean in a High-CO2 World: Ocean Acidification – An international science symposium series

Marine Climate Change: Impacts and Adaptation Report Card Australia 2012

Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry
For more informatio email site. Contact Mary Zawoysky (WHOI).

Ocean Acidification in Google Earth Tour at High CO2 Conference

IPL Cliff Law "Between the sea and the sky: marine microbes, chemistry and climate

Resources

A review and meta-analysis of the effects of multiple
abiotic stressors on marine embryos and larvae

RACHEL PRZESLAWSKI, MARIA BYRNE &CAMILLE MELLIN

The Ocean in a High-CO2 World: Ocean Acidification – An international science symposium series provides a wide variety of fact sheets, statements, film and radio shows, research programme sites, and powerpoint presentations.

SWCO2 -- this is a spreadsheet-based model for calculating seawater parameters associated with the carbon cycle, by theme member Professor Keith Hunter.

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