This page highlights selected informational resources on coastal acidification in the Northeast.
Recordings from past and current NECAN webinar series are available below.
- NECAN Industry Webinar Series (In-Progress): Schedule and Abstracts
- OCA Monitoring for Citizen Scientists Webinar Series: Information and Recordings
- NECAN Webinar Series 2016-2018: Information and Recordings
- NECAN Webinar Series 2013-2014: Information and Recordings
- NECAN Steering Committee Terms of Reference
- NECAN Steering Committee Implementation Plan
- Overview of Coastal Acidification in the Northeast Region (Four-page NECAN outreach piece)
- Ocean and Coastal Acidification off New England and Nova Scotia (Oceanography article)
- NECAN/NROC Ocean and Coastal Acidification Monitoring Workshop Report (December 2017)
NECAN Working Groups
- Education & Outreach Working Group
- Policy Working Group
- Industry Working Group
- Science Working Group
- April to May 2018 - OCA Monitoring for Citizen Science Groups
- December 2014 to January 2016 - OCA for Stakeholder Groups
Archived OA data specific to the Northeast region is available in the NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, which reports measures of alkalinity, dissolved inorganic carbon, pCO2/fCO2-water, and/or pH.
In addition, this link will direct you to archived data specific to laboratory studies in the region.
- EPA Guidelines for Measuring Changes in Seawater pH and Associated Carbonate Chemistry in Coastal Environments of the Eastern United States
- Big Changes Are Here: We Need to Turn on the Headlights (One-page fisheries and aquaculture outreach piece from NECAN)
- Maine Ocean and Coastal Acidification (MOCA) Partnership (Website)
- MIT Sea Grant Ocean Acidification Research Update Seminar June 2017
- Ocean Acidification Information Exchange (Collaborative website)
More resources such as scientific papers and outreach materials are available in the Reference Library. Click on keywords in the blue Reference Library box located at bottom of each web page, or browse the whole Reference Library here.
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