Comment for the: Interim Report of the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force. September 10, 2009. The White House Council on Environmental Quality




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  • Comment for the:  Interim Report of the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force. September 10, 2009. The White House Council on Environmental Quality.


Literature Review on Ocean Acidification/Climate Change addressing: Page 7, Nine Priority Objectives. Implementation Strategy-Resiliency and Adaptation to Climate Change and Ocean Acidification - Resiliency and Adaptation to Climate Change and Ocean Acidification: Strengthen resiliency of coastal communities and marine and Great Lakes environments and their abilities to adapt to climate change impacts and ocean acidification. Page 34, Areas of Special Emphasis-In addition, ocean acidification is expected to have significant and largely negative impacts on the marine food web, ocean ecosystems as a whole and biological diversity in general. Since climate change and ocean acidification may have widespread impacts, increased coordination of monitoring efforts and improved understanding of the changes in the ocean is vital to minimizing these impacts on our marine and Great Lakes ecosystems and coastal communities.


Attached is a Word Doc. (1997-2003), OceanAcidificationComment_10162009_S.A.Marston_PMNM, a bibliography of a current literature search of ocean acidification/climate change consisting of peer-reviewed scientific articles and other pertinent reports with an emphasis on the U.S. sub-tropical large marine ecosystems.


Provided by: Sally Ann Marston, Data Integration Group, Clancy Environmental Consultants, Inc. for the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, Honolulu, HI, (808 394 6902) submitted on: 10/16/2009.


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