This book chapter synthesizes more than two decades of interdisciplinary scholarship by the coauthors related to fishing families and coastal communities in Oregon.
Seacast is an easy-to-use, interactive, online map that lets commercial fishermen check forecasts of ocean conditions off the Pacific Northwest coastline.
In this report, researchers build off of the knowledge and relationships created from the Seacast web forecasting tool to explore the perceptions of uncertainty for both data providers and users.
Newport Harbor on a summer evening
This book chapter explores the connection between working waterfront industries and coastal community resilience and vitality using examples of infrastructure, family and gender, education, and changing demographics.
Image of flyer titled What's Fresh When 2018
This guide is a quick reference for consumers on what is being caught fresh, locally by commercial fishermen and during what seasons.


In this paper, researchers review the methods used to date to study fisheries competition with seabirds, and present “best practices” for future resource competition assessments.