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PI-TOA (Pacific Islands & Territories Ocean Acidification) Network

The term "Toa" means "warrior" in many Polynesian Island languages. The PI-TOA network works collectively to better understand and combat the impacts of ocean acidification in the region. In recent years, there have been several ocean acidification trainings and "GOA-ON in a Box" kit recipients in the Pacific Islands and Territories. As capacity for ocean acidification monitoring increases in the region, there is an increasing need for collaboration and communication among the various islands and territories.

Steering Committee

  • Robert Duncan McIntosh
    The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)
    Samoa
    robertmc@sprep.org
  • Krishna Kotra
    University of the South Pacific
    Vanuatu
    krishna.kotra@vanuatu.usp.ac.fj
  • Antoine N’Yeurt
    The University of the South Pacific
    Fiji
    antoine.nyeurt@usp.ac.fj
  • Kim Currie
    National Institute Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)
    New Zealand
    Kim.Currie@niwa.co.nz

PI-TOA Region

This map does not include New Zealand, which is a part of the PI-TOA network.