Research suggest predator interactions and temperature affect the consumption of Gulf of Alaska walleye pollock by three groundfish predators.


Acidified waters are impacting commercial oyster production in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, and favorable carbonate chemistry conditions are predicted to become less frequent.
High-resolution wave forecasts are useful for navigational planning, identifying wave energy resources, providing information for site-specific coastal flood models, and having an informed recreational beach user group, among other things.
A project was undertaken to provide stakeholders with recommendations for the continuing development of live shellfish export capacity in Oregon. Findings from this joint investigation formed the basis of this report.
To test the hypothesis that salmon imprint on the magnetic field that exists where they first enter the sea and later seek the same field upon return [2–4], we analyzed a 56-year fisheries data set on Fraser River sockeye salmon, which must detour around
Nearshore and estuarine environments along the U.S West Coast are ocean acidification "hotspots."