2021

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.
razor clams
Study deployed passive water samplers and collected riverine and estuarine bivalves from Oregon Coast watersheds to examine forestry-​specific pesticide contamination.
Chris Langdon holding red seaweed
This paper is about a novel method for propagating red algae that can be automated and potentially used to scale up production.
Four small sablefish that have been caught lay on a wooden deck.
The researchers developed essential blood monitoring markers for monitoring the health of sablefish, also known as butterfish or black cod.
A piece of yellow rope on the beach among the other trash.
Shellfish growers and scientists discuss the pieces of yellow rope that come from oyster farms and end up on beaches after oysters are harvested.

2020

George Waldbusser, a biogeochemist at Oregon State University, straps a bag of oysters to rebar as a control while doctoral student Sophia Wensman places a bag of oysters on top of empty oyster shells in Netarts Bay.
This webinar features George Waldbusser, a biogeochemist who studies how carbon dioxide is changing the chemistry of the ocean and affecting shellfish.

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