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GOA-ON is a collaborative international approach to document the status and progress of ocean acidification in open-ocean, coastal, and estuarine environments, to understand the drivers and impacts of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems, and to provide spatially and temporally resolved biogeochemical data necessary to optimize modeling for ocean acidification.

2018 Galapagos Ocean Acidification School

The 2018 Galapagos Ocean Acidification School was held between 19-28 August 2018. This advanced training course served as an opportunity to train twelve participants from seven countries (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, and Mexico) on both theoretical and practical techniques, using a natural CO2 vent system in the Galapagos Islands as the study site. Participants gained expertise in measuring carbonate chemistry in the lab, collecting seawater and biological samples in the field for isotopic analyses, as well as managing and analysing data. Several GOA-ON partners supported this course, including LAOCA, OA-ICC, IOC-UNESCO, and others.

2018 Galapagos Ocean Acidification School

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Pacific Islands Advanced Ocean Acidification Monitoring Workshop

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GOA-ON Highlighted in Nature Publication

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IOC-UNESCO Executive Council Welcomes SDG Indicator 14.3.1 Methodology

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Fifth WESTPAC Ocean Acidification Workshop Announcement

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GOA-ON Participation in Climate Change Symposium

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GOA-ON Executive Council Holds Annual Meeting in Sopot, Poland

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Invitation to join the new Ocean Acidification Information Exchange

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OceanObs'19 Conference: 16-20 September 2019

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GOA-ON Pier2Peer Program

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