Linking Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions with Climate and People

The global and multidisciplinary research project Surface Ocean - Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS) was established to provide international science coordination and capacity building.

Initiated with a first Open Science Conference in 2000 and formally launched in 2004, SOLAS research aims to understand the key biogeochemical-physical interactions and feedbacks between the ocean and atmosphere. Achievement of this goal is important to understand and quantify the role that ocean-atmosphere interactions play in the regulation of climate and global change.

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SOLAS Seminar IV (Part 2)
14:00-16:00 UTC-5, 10th February 2023, Online

The 4th seminar of the series focuses on "The ABC's of the sea surface microlayer: Aerosols, Bubbles, and Composition". The seminar is hosted by the United States Ocean Atmosphere Interaction Committee (OAIC) and Ocean Carbon Biogeochemistry (OCB).

In this second part of the seminar, we will hear from our other two presenters Andrew Wozniak and Sarah Brooks.

Browse through the newly launched SOLAS Seminar Series

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