Emerging understanding of seagrass and kelp as an ocean acidification management tool in California

Modeling Tools: Summary of Needs to Enhance Understanding of Ocean Acidifi cation and Hypoxia in Coastal Oceans

Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Monitoring Network: Tracking the Impacts of Changing Ocean Chemistry to Inform Decisions

Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Research Priorities to Inform Decisions and Develop Solutions

The West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel: Major Findings Recommendations and Actions

Water quality criteria for an acidifying ocean: Challenges and opportunities for improvement

What Changes in the Carbonate System, Oxygen, and Temperature Portend for the Northeastern Pacific Ocean: A Physiological Perspective

Snapshot of Decision-maker Needs: Organismal Physiology

How California is mobilizing boundary chains to integrate science, policy and management for changing ocean chemistry

Multiple Stressor Considerations: Ocean acidification in a deoxygenatingocean and a warming climate

Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia: Envisioning a Future Science Landscape

Ocean Acidification Science Needs for Natural Resource Managers of the North American West Coast

Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia: Today’s Need for a Coast-Wide Approach

Snapshot of Decision-maker Needs: Ecosystems and Food Web Impacts

Snapshot of Decision-maker Needs: Ocean and Coastal Dynamics