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Oceanus magazine

Sampling on the Missippi

December 15, 2022

Looking to the Mighty Mississippi for climate solutions
Researchers measure alkalinity flowing into the Gulf of Mexico to assess a potential carbon dioxide removal strategy

Ocean of Opportunity

December 7, 2021

An ocean of opportunity
Ocean experts explore the potential risks and rewards of ocean-based solutions to climate change

antacid pill

July 1, 2021

The ocean has heartburn. Is relief on the way?
Researchers investigate the use of alkalinity enhancement to quell ocean acidification and help maintain the sea’s role as a carbon sink