It is long known that the ocean’s physical and biological processes influence Earth’s weather and climate. But changes are occurring: ocean acidification, sea level rise, flooding and extreme weather, climate change; which are impacting countries and communities, as well as ocean’s processes and ecosystems themselves. There is a need to work together to better understand and predict climate variability to ensure humankind’s well-being and build a sustainable blue economy.
We are gathering relevant content related to climate variability and ecosystems approaches of relevance for the All Atlantic Ocean Research Community.
Soon you will find a variety of information on Why is Climate Variability research important, Whar has been achieved so far and What is the All Atlantic Ocean Research Community currently working on, including information on past and present relevant initiatives.
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