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Oceanography

Programs Tagged with "Oceanography"

Changing Seascapes Program
Coastal Sand Ecosystems
Exploring ecological and geomorphic form, process, and interaction at the land-sea junction
Forage Fish Food Webs
Kwakshua Watersheds Program
With this program we seek to understand and model the flux of terrestrial materials from land to sea.
Microbes-to-Macrophytes
Oceanographic Monitoring

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Latest Blog Posts Tagged with "Oceanography"

A Swell to Quell the Dissolution of Shell
Oceans are typically favorable for animals to build their skeletons. But as the ocean absorbs more carbon dioxide, it becomes increasingly difficult for creatures to make shells. Here are five ways the Hakai Institute contributes to tracking ocean acidification in the North Pacific.
Hakai Partners with the Smithsonian Institution to Better Understand the World’s Oceans
The Hakai Institute is the first Canadian partner in the Smithsonian-led Marine Global Earth Observatory—or MarineGEO. This partnership represents the natural next phase for the Hakai Institute, coordinating our research with like-minded organizations locally and around the world.

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