Advancing our scientific understanding of climate change is critical to the sustainable use of marine resources in a warming ocean. Even in a perfectly observed and modeled ocean, however, building effective sustainable management and adaptation strategies will depend on how well climate science and research outcomes are integrated into public discourse. As a UC Revelle delegate representing Scripps at several UN climate meetings, and a member of the Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation, I am interested in finding new ways and collaborations to effectively bridge the gap between science and the public, and particularly enjoy working with policymakers, educators, and the media, as they shape our daily discourse on climate change. Below is a selection of some of these efforts.
Tropical Pacific Biogeochemistry and Ocean Physics Observing Needs. Plenary Talk at US CLIVAR TPON 2021
Oceans Out of Breath: Oxygen Minimum Zones in A Warming Climate. Jeffrey Graham Perspectives Lecture at Birch Aquarium, UC San Diego
Observing Climate Change from Global to Regional Scales. Virtual Blue COP 25
Our Changing Oceans and Oxygen Minimum Zones. Climate Curiosities Podcast
KPBS Interview on Ocean’s Role in International Climate Policy
Voyager Q&A with a scientist. Explorations Now
Proﬁles of the ASLO Public Policy Committee. ASLO Science Policy In Person.
Are stars aligned for U.N. climate conference? San Diego Union Tribune
Dr. Yassir Eddebbar
Center for Climate Change Impacts & Adaptation, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego
Address: 9500 Gilman Dr #0206, La Jolla, CA 92093