For the week of 05 March 2018
Letter from the Editor
Join us Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 1pm US EDT / 10am US PDT / 5pm UTC for a webinar on Managing Global Acidification on a Regional Scale: How the US Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Coastal Acidification Networks (MACAN and NECAN) Are Working to Understand Impacts through Partnerships.
The chemistry of the ocean is changing. Carbon dioxide released through emissions and deforestation is absorbed and dissolved into the ocean. The regional Coastal Acidification Networks of the US Northeast and Mid-Atlantic (NECAN and MACAN) are consortiums of scientists, marine industry, and resource managers with a central goal of sharing information to better understand the impacts of acidification to appropriately manage and adapt to these conditions. Coordinators for NECAN and MACAN will discuss how these regional efforts work towards identifying and pursuing opportunities to understand coastal and ocean acidification in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, building upon the skills and interests of individual members and providing a forum to share best practices in monitoring, sampling collection, and researching effects to collectively meet the challenges of our changing coastal and ocean waters.
Webinar hosted by the EBM Tools Network (co-coordinated by OCTO and NatureServe).
To register, visit: https://oct.to/Webinar168
Thank you for being part of the OpenChannels Community,
- Allie Brown, Raye Evrard, and the rest of the OpenChannels Team
26 News posts this week
Marine charities net more than iconic fishery (https://oct.to/OC1251)
The High Seas Are Being Exploited. Exploration Must Keep Pace. (https://oct.to/OC1252)
The World Has Two Years to Meet Marine Protection Goal. Can It Be Done? (https://oct.to/OC1254)
Why Scientists Should Do It in the Dark (https://oct.to/OC1255)
Scotland’s floating wind farm is showing how powerful offshore wind can be (https://oct.to/OC1256)
The Muslims Who Want to Save Octopuses (https://oct.to/OC1257)
Could cleaning up beaches make Americans better off? (https://oct.to/OC1258)
New Offshore Drilling Analysis Shows What Trump’s Plan Puts At Stake (https://oct.to/OC1259)
20 new Literature items this week
Science of The Total Environment has published, Below the surface: Twenty-five years of seafloor litter monitoring in coastal seas of North West Europe (1992–2017) (https://oct.to/OC1260).
PLOS ONE has issued, Effects of microplastic exposure on the body condition and behaviour of planktivorous reef fish (Acanthochromis polyacanthus) (https://oct.to/OC1261).
- Marine Policy has released, Understanding causes of gear loss provides a sound basis for fisheries management (https://oct.to/OC1262).
1 new Blog this week
- "High" Tide: Aquatic Organisms May be in for a Bad Trip (https://oct.to/OC1263)
1 new Webinar this week
- Conservation Connections: Species and Places, NOAA’s Partnerships for Transboundary Protection Program (https://oct.to/OC1264)
3 new Trainings this week
Introduction to Marxan with Zones Course - Kuching (https://oct.to/OC1265)
Introduction to Marxan with Zones Course - Toronto (https://oct.to/OC1266)
Building the capacity of EU early career marine researchers to operate effectively at the science-policy-society interface. Deadline extended until March 19 (https://oct.to/OC1269)