Fiona McLaughlin

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Fiona McLaughlin is a senior Oceanographer, employed by Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans.[1][2][3] McLaughlin joined government service in 1972. Since 1994 she has concentrated on the ecology of the Arctic Ocean.

McLauglin has an extensive list of publications.[1]

McLaughlin has made field trips on the icebreakers of the Canadian Coast Guard.[4] In November 2009 she was one of the authors of an article in Science about the acidification of the Arctic Ocean that reported that the Beaufort Sea was close to the point where the carbonate shells of plankton would begin to dissolve.