5/10/18 National Geographic is supporting our work with Thai colleagues on carbon storage in mangroves.
2/23/18 Maine Sea Grant has funded our work to establish historical baselines of seawater chemistry in Gulf of Maine waters.
2/17/18 Branwen presented a short plenary at the 4th OA PI Meeting. Details found here: web.whoi.edu/ocb-oa/.
2/12/18 – 2/16/18 It’s the Ocean Sciences Meeting! Come see our session OC41A: Changing Ocean Biogeochemistry in a High CO2 World: Observations Across Time and Space. Posters are Wednesday 4 – 6 pm and Talks are Thursday 8 – 10 am in Oregon Ballroom 203. We are presenting our recent results measuring the impact of Arctic environmental change on the skeleton of coralline algae.
2/2/18 Branwen gave a TEDx talk on the future of the Arctic Ocean. She discussed how ocean acidification and warming temperatures might impact a plant that grows in the Arctic Ocean under winter sea ice.
1/15/18 Skeletal heterogeneity in proteinaceous corals impacts geochemical reconstructions: see our new paper in Chemical Geology: www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0009254117307003.