Catalyzing response to ocean acidification through collaboration and information sharing

The Ocean Acidification Information Exchange and its members advance understanding of ocean acidification through collaboration and information sharing to better prepare communities to respond and adapt to acidification.

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  • Alaska


    Focuses on understanding ocean acidification process, consequences, and adaptation strategies in Alaska.

  • California Current

    California Current

    Focuses on understanding the effects of ocean acidification on biological resources of the U.S. west coast.

  • Gulf of Mexico

    Gulf of Mexico

    Focuses on building collaboration and strategies to address coastal and ocean acidification in Gulf of Mexico ecosystems.

  • Mid Atlantic

    Mid Atlantic

    Focuses on coastal and ocean acidification in the waters south of Long Island, including the coastal waters of New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.

  • Northeast


    Focuses on coastal and ocean acidification in the waters from Long Island Sound to the Scotian Shelf, including the coastal wasters of New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.

  • Pacific Islands

    Pacific Islands

    Focuses on coastal and ocean acidification in Hawaii and other U.S. Pacific Islands

  • Southeast


    Focuses on how coastal and ocean acidification affects estuaries and coral reefs in coastal waters of the Southeast U.S. states.


  • Education and outreach

    Education and outreach

    Focuses on sharing and developing materials and strategies related to ocean acidification education and outreach.

  • GOA-ON Kits

    GOA-ON Kits

    Focuses on collaboration to develop standard, low-cost kits for measuring ocean acidification, to collectively troubleshoot problems, and to share updates on how kits are being utilized.

  • Local response and action

    Local response and action

    Targets industry (aquaculture, wild fisheries, tourism, etc), resource managers from all levels of government, technology developers, and scientists whose efforts advance ways to protect and enhance marine resources and the ecosystems that support them.

  • Observation and detection of impacts

    Observation and detection of impacts

    Focuses on scientific efforts from all relevant academic disciplines.

  • Policy and resource management

    Policy and resource management

    Brings together discussants working on policy and resource management from all levels of government and non-governmental organizations.

Latest news

Welcome to OAIE
We are excited to announce the launch of this new collaboration tool.
February 1, 2018

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Upcoming events

  1. Mar 30 Ocean and Coastal Acidification Monitoring: Training Webinar #1 for Citizen Scientists 7 AM - 8 AM Pacific Daylight Time
  2. Apr 8 European Geosciences Union General Assembly
  3. Apr 9 Marine Ecosystem Assessment for the Southern Ocean