Your input needed: biology’s role in ocean carbon storage

You are invited to take part in a community-wide survey to identify knowledge gaps in understanding biology’s role in ocean carbon storage. The survey forms part of the BRICS project which aims to identify the gaps in our understanding, and highlight model limitations, which result in uncertainty in contemporary and future ocean carbon storage. The […]

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The Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) Academy

Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) is a hot topic right now – there have been a flurry of various activities recently1. As a community of practice focusing on carbon cycle science in North America and adjacent oceans, NACP is poised to make significant contributions in this arena as new programs are initiated and existing CDR activities […]

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Call for Members of the Science Definition Team for the Arctic-COLORS Field Campaign

NASA is soliciting applications for members of the Arctic-COastal Land Ocean inteRactionS (Arctic-COLORS) field campaign Science Definition Team (SDT). Arctic-COLORS is a proposed NASA-funded field campaign designed primarily to quantify the biogeochemical response of the Arctic coastal environment to global change and anthropogenic disturbances. Interested applicants should respond to this call by sending a Letter […]

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Building a Cost-effective Coastal Biogeochemical Observing Network in Collaboration with the Commercial Fishing Community

OCB Scoping Workshop: Jan 18-20, 2023 (Woods Hole, MA) This 3-day scoping workshop will initiate a dialog among key stakeholders and collaborators across the commercial fishing community, federal and state governments, technology companies, and academia to focus on building a cost-effective, coastal biogeochemical (BGC) observing network. Existing data coverage often lacks the spatial and temporal […]

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Ocean Carbon Exchange

Find jobs, funding and student opps, read news from the OCB Project Office, community and partner organizations, view upcoming meeting and deadlines and more in the Ocean Carbon Exchange eNewsletter, sent every other Thursday. Read the latest issue and sign up here. Please send announcements to ocb_news@whoi.edu.  

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