The 11th annual New Zealand Ocean Acidification Workshop is happening this week in Hamilton.
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The 2018 NZ Ocean Acidification workshop is coming up shortly on Feb 13th and 14th.
Two PhD opportunities on ocean acidification are currently on offer at the University of Otago.
We recently celebrated 10 years of New Zealand ocean acidification research at a workshop.
The progamme for the 2016 NZOA workshop, being held July 8th in Wellington at Victoria University of Wellington, is now available here. It promises to be a fun and interesting day with presentations from Professor Sean Connell (University of Adelaide), Miles Lamare, Mary Sewell, Sally Carson and many more. There's also plenty of discussion time built into the day.
Professor Cliff Law, of NIWA, delivered his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on the 16th of February, including content on ocean acidification. Professor Law holds a joint appointment between Otago and NIWA, exploring the chemical interactions at the interface between the sea and the sky.
Scroll down the list of lectures until you get to Professor Cliff's name- you can choose between an audio or video version of the lecture. Ka pai Professor Cliff.
The 9th Annual New Zealand Ocean Acidification workshop will be held on Friday 8th July at Victoria University Wellington, following the AMSA/NZMSS conference. Scientists, policy makers and stakeholders are all welcome. The workshop this year includes a plenary speaker, short talks, updates from OA projects, and short discussion sessions on OA research coordination, directions and value to management, mitigation and adaptation. Please submit abstracts for talks and posters by the 16th May (template available from Helen.Bostock@niwa.co.nz). We also encourage people to present talks at the OA session at the NZMSS on the 7th July.
Planning is currently underway for the 2016 NZOAC workshop, which this year will be associated with the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society (NZMSS) conference 4-7 July in Wellington.
Watch this space for more details.