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Acidification and Florida Red Tides: Is there a link?

Atlantic coral spawns for the first time in laboratory

What's at stake in Georgia?

Decadal Scale Acidification Trends in Adjacent North Carolina Estuaries

Who are the stakeholders? SOCAN hits the road.

Acidification...and a less nutritious oyster roast?

The consequences of big storms on acidification

Deep coral reefs discovered off the South Carolina coast

Acidification in the U.S. Southeast: a water quality problem

At tangled web: coastal ocean warming, rotting seaweed and acidification

New acidification monitoring system in Tampa Bay

Join the Ocean Acidification Information Exchange

Acidification trends in Florida shellfish estuaries

Carbon dioxide increases in the South Atlantic Bight

Oyster reproduction is compromised by acidification experienced seasonally in coastal regions

 

Ocean Acidification Information Exchange

Alaska Ocean Acidification Network

The California Current Acidification Network

The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Acidification Network

The Mid-Atlantic Coastal Acidification Network

The Northeast Coastal Acidification Network

Educational resources for the classroom

Access information on monitoring platforms and corresponding data

General ocean acidification information, coral reef monitoring information, OA publications, and educational resources

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SECOORA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Ocean Acidification Program are facilitating the operation of the SOCAN to support and encourage discussions on ocean and coastal acidification in the Southeast region.