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Ocean acidification week: Some marine organisms may respond positively to ocean acidification

Did you know? Some marine organisms may respond positively to ocean acidification, such as plant and algae that may benefit from increased dissolved CO2. The uptake of CO2 by plants and algae may buffer against ocean acidification in coastal waters and…

Ocean acidification week: The current rate of acidification is over 10 times faster than any time in the last 55 million years

As part of the Ocean Acidification Week (13-17 Sept), the Pacific Community Centre for Ocean Science (PCCOS) is highlight facts, research, and initiatives on ocean acidification.

The last miles…

Napo'opo'o native, Giulia Anderson, is an SPC fisheries molecular geneticist embarked on the 2021 6-week research expedition to monitor the health of the world’s largest tuna fishery, an activity no other SPC scientist was able to do this year, for the…

New Ocean Acidification Training Hub launched to tackle growing threat

Pacific Islands scientists during an ocean acidification training workshop in Suva, Fiji Image credit: The Ocean Foundation   A new Suva-based Regional Ocean Acidification Training Hub launched today will combat ocean acidification and its effects in the…

Did you know? The ocean has become 30% more acidic over the last 250 years

As part of the Ocean Acidification Week (13-17 Sept), the Pacific Community Centre for Ocean Science (PCCOS) is highlight facts, research, and initiatives on ocean acidification.

Do you know what is ocean acidification?

Today starts the Ocean Acidification Week (13-17 Sept). Throughout the week, the Pacific Community Centre for Ocean Science (PCCOS) will highlight facts, research, and initiatives on ocean acidification.

Market survey training for Tonga Fisheries

Predicted Ocean Virtual Lab - Vaka Moana

We invite you to continue on this virtual journey on the Vaka Moana: Weaving traditional and modern science to understand current and future ocean conditions Register here: https://bit.ly/VakaMoana

Hello from the Pacific tuna taggers!

Photo credit: SPC/Chris Stoehr By Giulia Anderson SPC scientist, on board of the Gutsy Lady 4 Napo'opo'o native, Giulia Anderson, is SPC fisheries molecular geneticist embarked on the 2021 6-week research expedition to monitor the health of world’s…

Fête de la science en Nouvelle-Calédonie : "Dans ma pirogue"

​Dans ma pirogue, un événement labélisé « Fête de la science » porté par le CRESICA. La CPS accueillera 3 classes pour une visite des locaux et des ateliers interactifs sur ses sujets d’expertise.  
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