An interactive exhibit that demonstrates topographic maps using a sandbox.
This paper introduces and compares a subset of BC methods with the goal of clarifying a “best practice” methodology for application of bias correctionin studies of wave-related processes.
This project focuses on tribal members with ancestral territory on the Oregon coast, there use of marine and coastal species and experience implementing policies for Oregon marine reserves.
The workshop goal was to prioritize research topics from the Oregon Marine Debris Action Plan to help address local marine debris issues.
A novel coastal ocean acidification observing network let researchers uncover a persistent spatial mosaic in the penetration of acidified waters into ecologically-important nearshore habitats across the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem.
This study attempts to better understand how Oregon surfers perceive risk in general, and specifically tsunami risks.