An Oregon Sea Grant scholar is creating computer forecasting models to answer that question
Astoria-based OSU grad to address challenges facing fishermen
Laura Ferguson helps NOAA investigate how a changing climate will impact protected species such as whales and sea turtles
Computer model takes into account human behavior and decision-making during emergencies
Free tours in 2016 to take place every Friday from July 15 to Aug. 19 in Newport
A narrow offshore shelf, a dredged ship channel and fresh river water combine to keep the bay flushed, but that could change as the climate warms
More than 80 percent of respondents from the west coast shellfish industry are convinced that ocean acidification is having consequences.
A University of Oregon law professor and his students looked at case studies involving the transportation of liquefied natural gas and coal in Coos Bay and Boardman, respectively.
Laura Ferguson concluded that scientists should not only ask stakeholders for feedback but also involve them in the research from the beginning
New videos from Oregon Sea Grant show how certain business practices, farming techniques, and riparian management strategies can help ease the impacts of drought on the coast, in southeastern Oregon, and on Mt. Ashland.
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