Ocean Carbon Cycle Outreach Resources

  • Interactive Global Carbon Cycle Exhibit (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
  • L&O e-lecture series: A great way to address broader impact requirements (letters of support from the editor and download statistics on e-lectures are now available to collect metrics and assist scientists with reports, promotion/tenure, etc.)
  • L&O e-lecture on the biological carbon pump: Neuer, S., M. Iverson and G. Fischer. 2014. The Biological Carbon Pump as part of the global carbon cycle. Limnol. Oceanogr. e-Lectures, doi:10.4319/lol.2014.sneuer.miversen.gfischer


James (Jim) McClintock recently published a popular book Lost Antarctica Adventures in a Disappearing Land. Written for the general public and with excellent reviews in Nature, Smithsonian Magazine, Kirkus Reviews, and strong endorsements by E.O. Wilson, Sylvia Earle, Bill Gates, among others, an entire chapter of Lost Antarctica is devoted to explaining ocean acidification and its current and potential impacts on Antarctic marine life. Jim was also recently interviewed on NPR's On Point show.






New children's book published: A new children's book on phytoplankton, photosynthesis, and the marine food web is now available. Click here for more information. View interview with the author and illustrator.