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Demystifying Ocean Acidification & Coastal Hypoxia- Public event on Oct 23, 2012

A public forum about ocean health in Oregon

Event Flyers for Posting:  Black/white.  Color.

What are the phenomena of ocean acidification and coastal hypoxia? What is causing them? What are their likely impacts on marine species and coastal communities, and what can be done to minimize these impacts?

Rockfish recruitment and Upwelling

New European Science of Marine Reserves Booklet

The European version of the Science of Marine Reserves is the fourth educational booklet in a series published by PISCO. This booklet provides the latest scientific information about no-take marine reserves, reporting peer-reviewed research from throughout Europe and globally.

Watch PISCO talks at CWO (California and the World Ocean Conference) 2010

PISCO personnel were recently selected to present at the California and the World Ocean conference 2010. The talks focused on a range of topics from PISCO's science communication to work conducted with California's MLPA and the science surrounding MPA's.

PISCO PI Mark Carr

Ocean Impacts of Climate Change: Science, People and Policy

Friday, September 10, 2010
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Room 175, Knight Law Center
1515 Agate Street

Pre-registration strongly encouraged

PISCO PI Mark Carr interviewed for KQED Radio (MPA)

PISCO Principal Investigator Dr. Mark Carr

PISCO PI Steve Palumbi talks for TED

PISCO Principal Investigator Dr. Stephen Palumbi has been invited to talk for the TED non-profit organisation.


There's a tight and surprising link between the ocean's health and ours, says marine biologist Stephen Palumbi. He shows how toxins at the bottom of the ocean food chain find their way into our bodies, with a shocking story of toxic contamination from a Japanese fish market. His work points a way forward for saving the oceans' health -- and humanity's.

PNAS Marine Reserves Special Edition

Monitoring MPAs by SCUBA in waters off Central California

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