A pile of Pacific oyster shells.
This report summarizes the findings of a survey of individuals working in and around the aquaculture industry to help determine barriers to expanding and current needs.
Mesh panel covered in mature dulse
This study demonstrates how pressurized fluid injection of clonal plantlets onto a mesh surfce and the growth of the shoot tissue.
In this study, measurement protocols and methods are developed in two environmental archives (oyster shells and ice) to improve geochemical analyses of lead.
razor clams
Study deployed passive water samplers and collected riverine and estuarine bivalves from Oregon Coast watersheds to examine forestry-​specific pesticide contamination.
hand holding hundreds of small Pacific oyster larvae
Research evaluates phenotypic and genetic changes during larval development of Pacific oysters reared in ambient and high pCO2 conditions, both in domesticated and naturalized “wild” oysters from the Pacific Northwest.
Chris Langdon holding red seaweed
This study assessed the productivity of the red alga plantlets immobilized on a vertical array of mesh panels in aerated tank culture.