Acid Bath: The Impact of Increased Carbon on the Oceans

November 9, 2009, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
AAAS Auditorium

Sponsors

ACS Science & the Congress Project,

Participants

AAAS Photo

Richard Harris, Moderator National Public Radio Bio

Ken CaldeiraCarnegie Institution
Caldeira Lab
Web Photo

Ken Caldeira Sr. Scientist, Department of Global Ecology Carnegie Institution for Science Bio

NOAA Web Page Photo

Steve Murawski Chief Science Advisor and Director of Science Programs National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

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