Moore Foundation to co-sponsor OCB workshop Oceanic Methane and Nitrous Oxide: The present situation and future scenarios! Apply soon…application deadline is June 1! This three-day workshop will address chemical analysis, microbial metabolism, and our observational and predictive capabilities. The workshop will take place October 28-31, 2018 at the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Conference Center (California, USA). […]READ MORE »
The application is open for the new OCB Workshop: Synthesis and intercomparison of ocean carbon uptake in CMIP6 models. The workshop will take place December 8-9, 2018 in Washington, DC. PIs include John Dunne (NOAA/GFDL), Scott Doney (Univ. Virginia), Matthew Long (NCAR), Anastasia Romanou (NASA/GISS), Galen McKinley (Columbia/LDEO). Apply here by July 13.READ MORE »
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There are vast unknowns about the future oceans, from what species or habitats may be most under threat to the continuity of earth system processes that maintain global climate. Modeling can be used to predict future states and explore the impacts of climate change, but several key uncertainties such as carbon-climate feedbacks hamper our predictive […]READ MORE »
The new OCB Working Group “Towards a better understanding of fish contribution to carbon flux” now has 14 members and is getting started on the following goals: 1) Synthesize the existing research on fish carbon flux; 2) Recognize challenges in measuring fish carbon flux and discuss approaches to resolve them; 3) Develop research priorities to […]READ MORE »
Thank you to all members of the SOLAS and OCB communities who submitted such high-quality nominations for the new subcommittee on Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions. We received a total of 28 nominations. A small committee of scientists from the OCB and SOLAS scientific leadership independently reviewed all of the nomination packages and then engaged in an open […]READ MORE »
Registration is now full! Please contact Mary Zawoysky to be placed on a waiting list. Please visit the workshop website for registration, and details about plenary sessions and logistics. The 2018 OCB Summer Workshop will be held June 25-28, 2018 in Woods Hole, MA. 2018 Plenary Sessions: Phytoplankton physiological engines of biogeochemical models (Chairs: Andrew […]READ MORE »
OCB is providing early career support for the Ocean Optics XXIV Conference, October 7-12, 2018 in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Are you an early career scientist looking for a perfect place to present your latest discoveries (and you need some travel support to do so)? Look no more – Ocean Optics XXIV conference registration is open, and OCB is offering […]READ MORE »
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