Interview of former legislator and lifelong fisherman Clem Tillion of Halibut Cove, Alaska

Clem Tillion of Halibut Cove, Alaska, a former legislator and lifelong fisherman, voices his thoughts on ocean acidification and the human role in changes to air and water chemistry. This interview is part of the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and Cook Inletkeeper project to share information on ocean acidification.

Alaska resident Kim Williams shares her concerns towards ocean acidification

Lifelong Dillingham, Alaska resident Kim Williams is the Executive Director of Nunamta Aulukestai (Caretakers of Our Land). Here she shares her concerns for how ocean acidification may impact species throughout the ecosystem and the communities that rely on them. This interview is part of the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and Cook Inletkeeper project to share information on ocean acidification.

Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios

Gattuso J.-P., Magnan A., Billé R., Cheung W. W. L., Howes E. L., Joos F., Allemand D., Bopp L., Cooley S., Eakin C. M., Hoegh-Guldberg O., Kelly R. P., Pörtner H.-O., Rogers A. D., Baxter J. M., Laffoley D., Osborn D., Rankovic A., Rochette J., Sumaila U. R., Treyer S. & Turley C., 2015. Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios. Science 349: aac4722. BACKGROUND Although the ocean moderates anthropogenic climate change, this has great impacts on its fundamental physics and chemistry, with important consequences for ecosystems and people. Yet, despite the ocean’s critical role […]