Quest book on rock
This new edition contains 30 Quests along the Oregon coast, including four that are completely new to the book.
Photo of bridge in Coos Bay, Oregon.
An Oregon Sea Grant Extension Agent authored a chapter in this unique textbook that explores the interdisciplinary field of marine studies, exploring the dynamic relationship between people and the marine environment.
hand holding hundreds of small Pacific oyster larvae
The results of this study provide insight into how the microbiome of Pacific oysters may affect their early development, which can inform hatchery and nursery practices.
A large Chinook salmon with a red under belly and sides swims with smaller Omykiss in the background.
This research proposes a method to assess the distribution of environmental resistance of stream ecosystems to biological invasions by coupling multi-stage habitat potential models for non-native species.
This chapter reports on findings from studies of family talk at touch tank exhibits containing marine vertebrate and invertebrate animals located on the West coast of the U.S. and at a diorama-based exhibit of marine animals on the East coast of Brazil.
A gray whale forages off the Oregon coast.
By collecting and assessing microparticle loads in zooplankton prey and fecal samples of gray whales, researchers estimate their consumption rate of microparticles.