Arial view of flooding in Tillamook, Oregon
This website documents living with flooding in the lower Tillamook Bay basin on the Oregon coast.
This paper explores the variability of extreme water levels within the Quileute Indian Reservation on the Washington state coast to better understand the risk of the compounding impacts of various environmental forcing.


Students deploy equipment
Confluence is a newsletter of Oregon Sea Grant. Articles feature the supported research and events of the program.
Researchers find seminaphtharhodafluor (SNARF) provides robust measurements of intracellular pH in phytoplankton, constituting a useful tool in investigating the effects of ocean acidification and fluctuations in environmental pH on cellular physiology.
This book chapter presents work by the coauthors related to tsunami evacuation and Oregon preparedness.
Models of coastal hazards, ecosystems, socioeconomics, and landscape management are coupled in conjunction with alternative scenario analysis to provide tools that can allow decision-makers to explore effects of policy decisions under uncertain futures.