Find jobs, read news from the OCB Project Office and OCB Community, view upcoming meeting and deadlines in the Ocean Carbon Exchange eNewsletter, sent every other Thursday. Click to read the latest issue or sign up here. Note, this eNewsletter replaces the ocb-all email listserv. The Ocean Carbon Exchange archive is available here. Please send announcements to […]READ MORE »
The continual flow of organic particles such as dead organisms and fecal material towards the deep sea is called “marine snow,” and it plays an important role in the ocean carbon cycle and climate-related processes. This snowfall is most intense where high primary production can be observed near the surface. This is the case along […]READ MORE »
Call for papers Carbon cycling in tidal wetlands and estuaries of the contiguous United States in an AGU cross-journal special collection Despite the growing recognition of the importance of the coastal zone to the global carbon cycle, an understanding of carbon transport and transformations in large coastal regions is lacking. A special collection of manuscripts, […]READ MORE »
The 2018 OCB Summer Workshop will be held June 25-28, 2018 in Woods Hole, MA. workshop website We have added most presentation slides and recordings are coming soon to the agenda page. Follow and tag #OCB2018 on twitter. 2018 Plenary Sessions Monday, June 25 9:30 AM-12:00 PM Evolutionary insights on marine organism response to climate […]READ MORE »
We have put together a new page on how to promote your science, with tips and resources for ways to give your research, lab, and publications a greater reach. See the new page here and if you have things to add please send them to us! Thanks to Mike DeGrandpre (Univ. Montana) for spearheading this […]READ MORE »
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