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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.

Basic Training Course on Ocean Acidification

The University of Gothenburg, the OA-ICC, and the GOA-ON’s North Atlantic Hub are organizing a basic training course on ocean acidification at the Kristineberg Marine Research Station in Sweden. The course will train early-career scientists and researchers entering the ocean acidification field and will assist them in learning to measure and manipulate seawater carbonate chemistry, set up pertinent experiments, avoid typical pitfalls and ensure comparability with other studies. The course is open to 15 trainees, and priority will be given to early-career scientists beginning to work in ocean acidification.

Basic Training Course on Ocean Acidification

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