[Coral-List] Looking for a ppt slide on OA

Christine Beggs christinenbeggs at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 12:12:00 EST 2013

Hi John,

For powerpoints, I've had luck with slideshare.net. A quick search for "
ocean acidification" talks on slideshare revealed a number of potential
powerpoints from various organizations and scientists you could present:


Good luck with the talk.


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Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2013 11:57:09 -0700
From: John Ware <jware at erols.com>
Subject: [Coral-List] Looking for a ppt slide on OA.
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Dear List,

I am on the hook to give a short talk on global climate change effects
on coral reefs to a friends undergrad class.

Does anyone have a pretty ppt slide showing CO2 going across air/water
interface, becoming carbonic acid then going to bicarb and then carb
that I could use.

Something simple and sort of pretty.
Thanks, John

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