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Arctic Cruise 2012: Ocean Acidification Research

Ocean acidification (OA) research aboard the USCGC Healy is conducted in cooperation with the Extended Continental Shelf Project as a non-interference science partner

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Ocean Acidification and Climate Change Educational Outreach

The USGS Arctic Ocean Acidification team is proud to bring climate change education to the next generation of problem solvers. ┬áRecently, USGS Arctic Ocean Acidification project educational outreach team member, Sharon Gilberg, spoke with students at Dunedin Highland Middle School … Continue reading

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Q: For how many years have you been doing this?

A: We have been studying Ocean Acidification in the Arctic Ocean since the ... Continue reading →

Arctic Cruise Complete 09/27/2012

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