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Document Type: Report
Center: NWFSC
Document ID: 4695
Title: Rationale and Strategy for a National Ocean Acidification Program
Author/Editor:
Contributing Author: Paul McElhany, D. S. Busch (contributing authors)
Year: 2010
Theme: Ecosystem Approach to Management for the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
Foci: Describe the interaction between human activities and ecosystem status and resilience.
Characterize linkages between climatic conditions and biotic responses.
Official Citation:

R. A. Feely, C. Sabine, R. Wanninkhof, S. R. Alin, E. Jewett, D. K. Gledhill, J. Dunne, P. McElhany, A. J. Sutton, D. S. Busch, F. Arzayus, B. Sunda, J. Geubtner, J. Hare, O. Vetter, and S. Hankin (2010). Rationale and Strategy for a National Ocean Acidification Program in NOAA Ocean and Great Lakes Acidification Research Plan, Feely, R. A., R. Wanninkhof, J. Stein, M. F. Sigler, E. Jewett, F. Arzayus, D. K. Gledhill, and A. J. Sutton (eds.) NOAA Special Report, pp. 1-29.