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GOA-ON is a collaborative international network to detect and understand the drivers of ocean acidification in estuarine-coastal-open ocean environments, the resulting impacts on marine ecosystems, and to make the information available to optimize modelling studies. The network is fundamental to providing early warning of the impacts of ocean acidification on natural ecosystems, wild and aquaculture fisheries, coastal protection, tourism and local economies. The network provides key input to communities, industry and governments seeking to develop action plans, best practices, and mitigation or adaptation strategies to address ocean acidification impacts.

May GOA-ON Webinar: The New SAROA Hub!

On May 19 12:30-1:30 UTC, join Dr. Punyasloke Bhadury, Dr. Amit Kumar, and Dr. Anwesha Gosh for a presentation on the new South Asia Regional Hub on Ocean Acidification (SAROA). South Asia has some of the largest, and biologically rich, marine ecosystems including mangroves, estuaries, coastal lagoons and coral reefs. Ocean acidification (OA) in South Asia can have huge consequences for the coastal blue economy and linked GDP. SAROA intends to bring together early career and experienced scientists with a common interest of documenting geographically distributed data on OA across seas and oceans of South Asia, monitoring OA and effects on coastal bioresources, and engaging in other activities such as involving citizen scientists.

May GOA-ON Webinar: The New SAROA Hub!

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Basic Training Course on Ocean Acidification Held in Sweden

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OARS Featured in ECO Magazine

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GOA-ON Programme Endorsed for UN Ocean Decade

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