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Pacific Region Ocean Acidification Data Explorer

Integrated Ocean Observing System

An educator might use this resource to:

navigate the different data collected at ocean observing sites in San Francisco bay and along the Pacific coast. Some platforms measure pH and other ocean acidification variables.

Resource type: Data visualization

Ocean Acidification Education Implementation plan 2014

NOAA

An educator might use this resource to:

read the national and regional plan for ocean acidification education by NOAA and their partners, which includes resources for educators.

Resource type: Research papers and reports

Sea Change: The Pacific's Perilous Turn

The Seattle Times

An educator might use this resource to:

provide an example of credible climate change and ocean acidification reporting in the news. The series includes engaging articles, videos, and activities.

Resource type: Web page

Exploring Deep-Sea Coral Communities

West Coast National Marine Sanctuaries

An educator might use this resource to:

view a short video that connects ocean acidification to human behaviors; demonstrates its threat to unique coral; and provides solutions all in the marine sanctuaries on the West coast.

Resource type: Multimedia

California Climate Investments Map

State of California

An educator might use this resource to:

examine the various climate change mitigation efforts by the State of California in each region.

Resource type: Multimedia

CalEnvrioScreen 3.0

Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment

An educator might use this resource to:

view and compare environmental health hazards in different Bay Area communities.

Resource type: Data visualization

Ocean Acidification Hotspots map

NRDC

An educator might use this resource to:

explore the impacts of ocean acidification on water chemistry, shellfish, and economics in different coastal communities.

Resource type: Data visualization

Bay Area Green Print Dashboard

Bay Area Green Print

An educator might use this resource to:

compare the location and amount of protected areas across Bay Area counties and to use graphs to understand the benefits of open space.

Resource type: Data visualization

The Ocean's Carbon Problem: Investigations in San Francisco Bay

Exploratorium

An educator might use this resource to:

understand ocean acidification by comparing the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air with the concentration in the water near Pier 15 and to view a buoy that collected this data.

Resource type: Multimedia

Monitoring for Acidification Threats in West Coast Estuaries: A San Francisco Bay Case Study

San Francisco Estuary Institute workshop on October 19th and 20th, 2016

An educator might use this resource to:

have a list of the expected impacts of ocean acidification on San Francisco Bay and to know the priority in research for studying the impacts.

Resource type: Research papers and reports