Crossing an ecosystem tipping point creates dramatic change. From collapsed fisheries and coastal dead zones to melting sea ice and dying coral reefs, the consequences are often devastating to both the environment and the people who depend on it. For managers of marine ecosystems, it is critical to identify, understand, and predict ocean tipping points because they change the ecological rules of the game. This webinar will share results of the Ocean Tipping Points project, highlighting the tools and resources developed by project collaborators to help managers use tipping points science to make more effective decisions in the face of ocean change (http://oceantippingpoints.org/portal/otp). Panelists will explore the next frontiers for the science and management of ocean tipping points and engage the audience in discussion. This webinar will be presented by Carrie Kappel (UC Santa Barbara). Carrie will be joined by a panel of ocean science and policy experts and moderator, Ashley Erickson (Stanford University). Webinar co-sponsored by the Ocean Tipping Points research collaborative and the EBM Tools Network (co-coordinated by NatureServe and OpenChannels.org).