The following materials are from the Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) Program (www.us-ocb.org).
- FAQs about Ocean Acidification
- Ocean Acidification Twenty Talking Points
- Web based Carbon Interactive Tool
- OCB teaching/outreach slide deck (December 2015) & Explanatory notes
OA e-Lecture series in Limnology and Oceanography:
- Baumann, H. (2016). Combined effects of ocean acidification, warming, and hypoxia on marine organisms.
- Feely, Richard A. and Doney, Scott (2011). Ocean Acidification: The Other CO2 Problem.
- Ocean Acidification Lab Kit for Teachers.
- Special issue on Emerging Topics in Ocean Acidification Science (2015). Oceanography 28(2).
There is at present no universally accepted model for calculating speciation, particularly of key trace metals, the carbonate system, and including the various definitions of pH in oceanic and estuarine environments. Consequently, chemical speciation calculations are often of uncertain accuracy, and are neither traceable nor repeatable by others. SCOR Working Group 145 aims to (i) develop an universally accepted speciation model based on the Pitzer equations to address these problems, and (ii) make this model available through a user-friendly web tool. For more information, please visit http://www.scor-int.org/SCOR_WGs_WG145.htm.