This role is based in Alaska and works with the AOOS Executive Director and staff, the AOOS board and committees, the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network, partners, and stakeholders to advance the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network through science collaboration, outreach and engagement.


  • Working with scientists to improve research coordination on ocean acidification (OA) in Alaska (identifying gaps, highlighting priorities, communicating across disciplines)
  • Engaging with stakeholders to identify OA information needs around the state and develop strategies within the network to best meet those needs.
  • Forming and facilitating connections between OA researchers and Alaska stakeholders

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