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Why you should care about ocean acidification and what you can do about it
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Kristineberg Talk: Why you should care about ocean acidification and what you can do about it

Sustainability and environment

Ocean acidification is another consequence of our carbon dioxide emissions. It is an invisible threat but with real consequences for the ocean but also for us. This talk will answer a few questions: What is ocean acidification? How will ocean acidification affect the ocean? How is ocean acidification affecting things we care about? How do we know? What can we do about it? And finally, what can YOU do about it?

Lecture
Date
24 Jan 2022
Time
10:00 - 10:30

Organizer
Kristineberg Marine Research Station
Video (00:59)
Sam Dupont presents his talk

About the speaker

Sam Dupont is a marine biologist working on the effect of human impacts on marine life. He is also working on the development of innovative science communication and education strategies to tackle global challenges. The third aspect of his work aims at building capacities for marine science in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

 

About Kristineberg Talks

Kristineberg Talks are live broadcasted talks where researchers at Kristineberg Marine Research Station talk about the sea and their research in an easily accessible and exciting way. The talks are aimed at anyone who is interested in the sea, its organisms and the latest research in the field.

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