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Ocean Acidification & Hypoxia Science Panel

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by California Ocean Science Trust on 31 October 2013

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Transcript of Ocean Acidification & Hypoxia Science Panel

Panel Overview
In 2012, the California Ocean Protection Council (OPC) charged the OPC Science Advisory Team (OPC-SAT), under the leadership of the California Ocean Science Trust (OST), with convening an Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel.

Recognizing the West Coast-wide nature of ocean acidification, the membership includes the States of California, Oregon and Washington.
Alexandria Boehm,
Stanford
Panel Chair
Gretchen Hofmann,
UC Santa Barbara
Andrew Dickson,
UC San Diego
John Largier,
UC Davis
Liz Chornesky,
Independent
George Somero,
Stanford
Tessa Hill,
UC Davis
Liz Whiteman,
Ocean Science Trust
Martha Sutula,
SCCWRP
Francis Chan,
Oregon State University
Steve Weisberg,
SCCWRP
Skyli McAfee,
Ocean Science Trust
Richard Feely,
NOAA PMEL
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Steve Weisberg Presentation Here
Dick Feely Presentation Here
Liz Whiteman Presentation Here
Francis Chan Presentation Here
Convener
The Panel is composed of scientists from California, Oregon, Washington State and British Columbia.
The OAH Panel held its inaugural meeting March 26, 2013.

Future meetings will be held as needed throughout the 24 month term to fulfill the charge. Meeting summaries will be made available on Ocean Science Trust's website at www.calost.org.
Meetings
Products will be developed with the Panel as informed by managers' science needs.

Products will build off the work of the Washington State Blue Ribbon Panel on Ocean Acidification.


Products
The Ocean Science Trust and Institute for Natural Resources will guide and staff the panel using their expertise in understanding manager needs and stewarding cross-disciplinary groups to generate new knowledge.
Assess managers' science needs
Provide administrative support
Link Panel to management
To inform decision-makers at multiple levels, OST and INR will work with appropriate state, regional and federal decision-makers, including water quality, fishery and wildlife managers.
Convening the Panel
Panel Audiences
The Panel will arm decision-makers with the tools and knowledge they need to evaluate ocean acidification and hypoxia, the potential consequences for West Coast ecosystems, and develop the appropriate strategies to respond.
Outcome
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Burke Hales,
Oregon State University
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Jack Barth,
Oregon State University
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George Waldbusser,
Oregon State University
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Waldo Wakefield,
OSU, NOAA NMFS
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Terrie Klinger,
University of Washington
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Jan Newton,
University of Washington
The West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel
24 Month Term
Meetings
Products
Debby Ianson,
Institute of Ocean Sciences
Panelist
Thomas Pederson,
Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions
Panelist
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