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Ocean acidification meeting

Ocean Acidification Sentinel Site Symposium

May 10, 2022, 9:30 a.m., Online webinar

Learn about how we are adapting to a changing ocean.

The ocean is becoming more corrosive because of carbon pollution from human activities. This process, known as ocean acidification, is having negative impacts on marine animals, particularly shellfish. We are co-sponsoring the first Ocean Acidification Sentinel Site (OASeS) Symposium to raise awareness about ocean acidification.

We are working with the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, Washington Sea Grant, and the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission to bring together tribal, state, and federal governments; resource managers; researchers; educators; and other interested parties on the Olympic Coast to communicate, collaborate, and coordinate on efforts to address and respond to changing ocean conditions.

At this meeting, we will share relevant information, research, and needs pertaining to changing ocean conditions on the Olympic Coast, and to inform recommended next steps on management and policy, research, education, and outreach relevant to the OASeS work plan.

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May 10, 2022, 9:30 a.m.
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Mugdha Flores
Communications Consultant

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