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... K John Holmes, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Legal and Political Aspects of Ocean-Based CDR William Burns, American University Anna-Maria Hubert, University of Calgary Lisa Suatoni, Natural Resources Defense Council Oliver Geden, German Institute for International and Security Affairs Social Acceptance and Ethical Considerations to Ocean-Based CDR David Morrow, American University Sarah Cooley, Ocean Conservancy Terre Satterfield, University of British Columbia Emily Cox, Cardiff University Bill Collins, Cascadia Seaweed 305
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... Froehlich, University of California, Santa Barbara Olavur Gregersen, Ocean Rainforests Brian von Herzen, Climate Foundation Dorte Krause-Jensen, Aarhus University William Collins, Cascadia Seaweed Ecosystem Recovery: Opportunities and Challenges Carlos Duarte, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Trisha Atwood, Utah State University Nick Kamenos, University of Glasgow Andy Pershing, Climate Central Xabier Irigoien, AZTI-Basque Research Catherine Lovelock, University of Queensland
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... APPENDIX B 307 Nutrient Fertilization: Challenges and Opportunities Francisco Chavez, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Stephanie Henson, National Oceanographic Centre, Southampton Fei Chai, University of Maine Artificial Upwelling and Downwelling: Challenges and Opportunities Ricardo Letelier, Oregon State University David Koweek, Ocean Visions Ulf Riebesell, GEOMAR, Kiel Kate Ricke, University of California, San Diego Ray Schmitt, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Overarching Challenges and Opportunities Joellen Russell, University of Arizona Nicolas Gruber, ETH Zürich Chris Vivian, Retired, ex-Cefas, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science
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