13 - 16 September 2022

Lima, Per˙.

Universidad Nacional Pedro Ruiz Gallo



The program will be finalised in April, when all abstracts will be available. It will cover all themes of the symposium:

A - Changing carbonate chemistry in coastal to open ocean waters.

B - Organism responses and consequences of living in a High CO2 World in a multi-stressor framework.

C - Ecological effects of Ocean Acidification and stressors in a changing ocean.

D - Insights from natural Ocean Acidification analogues.

E - Ocean Acidification and society.

F - Global to regional policy, actions, communication and capacity building for Ocean Acidification, e.g. research networks, communication and outreach.



Hans-Otto P÷rtner
Marine biologist at Alfred Wegener Institute. GERMANY. Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, is both co-coordinator of BIOACID and co-chair of Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).


Richard Feely
Chemical Oceanography, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory. USA. The research interests lie in carbon cycling and ocean acidification, specifically mechanisms controlling sources and sinks of anthropogenic CO2 in the oceans, and impacts of CO2 on marine ecosystems.

James Orr
Senior scientist at LSCE/IPSL - Climate & Envornmental Sciences Lab (Paris). FRANCE. Oceanographer who studies the ocean carbon cycle. Chair of the SOLAS-IMBER Ocean Acidification Working Group (SIOA) & Co-chair of the Ocean Model Intercomparison Project (OMIP).

Minhan Dai
Xiamen University, CHINA. The research interests include ocean biogeochemistry of carbon and nutrients and geochemistry of radioactive elements in surface and ground waters.

Richard Bellerby
Norwegian Institute for Water Research. NORWAY. Marine Biogeochemistry and Oceanography. Carbon Biogeochemical Cycles. Assessing Ocean Acidification.

Kristy Kroeker
University of California, Santa Cruz. USA. The research interest include the drivers of community and ecosystem dynamics. Through syntheses and experimentation, she strive to increase our understanding of the potential emergent effects of environmental change on marine ecosystems.

Cathy Pfister
University of Chicago. USA. Her research activities have been centered along coastal Washington state and involve understanding the response of species to the multiple aspects of global change.

Gretchen Hofmann
She is a Professor at UC Santa Barbara. USA. As a marine biologist, her research focuses on the responses of marine species to future ocean change such as ocean acidification and ocean warming.

Jan Newton
Serves as co-director of the Washington Ocean Acidification Center. USA. Her mission is to improve forecasts of where and when corrosive waters may occur and to create mitigation strategies.




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