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NOAA Ocean Acidification Webinar for Communicators & Educators

NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries and Ocean Acidification Program is holding a webinar series starting March 19 through June on the topic: "Sharing Ocean Acidification Resources for Communicators and Educators."

ISB's Claudia Ludwig, the Education Program Manager in the Baliga Lab, will present:

Ocean Acidification: A Systems Approach to a Global Problem

When: Wed., April 23, 2014, 3 p.m. PST (6 p.m. EST)

Primary Audience: Teachers, Formal Educators

Project Website: http://baliga.isbscience.net/drupal/education/?q=content/ocean-acidification-systems-approach-global-problem

For more details about the webinar, please visit the NOAA OAP site.

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