Latest issue! Climate Change and the Ocean

” … global average temperature (the famous 2°C “limit”) is not a useful indicator of the ocean’s role in either mitigation or adaptation to climate change. In large part because of the ocean, global average temperature does not reflect real temperature rises where people live, nor does it capture the myriad real impacts of climate change. Although focusing the world’s attention on global average temperature has played a role in driving intergovernmental negotiations and setting national targets, it is not enough. First and foremost, sustaining ocean health, and building resilience to climate change, must be built on local awareness and monitoring of the changing ocean and coasts coupled with local leadership and actions.”

[Dr. Keith Alverson, Guest Editor]

Read more by clicking on the cover image above.

Call for Content

Would you like to share your research and experiences in the areas listed below with our readers? We are inviting the submission of technical papers, essays, and short articles for these issues. Contact info@thejot.net for details.

2022

Winter – Ocean technology: the future

2023

Spring – Energy from the ocean

Summer – Aquaculture

Fall – Vehicles

Winter – Smart ships

Click on PUBLISH for more information on how to publish in the JOT.

Special Issue! Blue Economy Virtual Symposium Proceedings

Check out the symposium presentations! Download the full issue here or click on cover image below to access individual sessions.

We’d love to hear from you. Help us continue the conversation. Share your thoughts or provide feedback by sending an email to connect@mi.mun.ca.

 

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