An ocean inlet. Rolling hills and homes are on the river. A bridge crosses over it.
Research explores public opinions about natural gas, its use and export, among residents in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.
Aerial view of Cape Falcon on the Oregon coast
This paper provides a model for understanding the attitudes and beliefs that foster public support for or opposition to marine protections.
Arial view of flooding in Tillamook, Oregon
A unique modeling project developed to address coastal flooding and erosion in Tillamook County, Oregon provides different scenarios based on the uncertainty of climate change and community's potential planning actions.


Aerial view of Cape Falcon on the Oregon coast
Researchers highlight a policy framework to develop terrestrial and ocean-integrated policies that can complement and enhance terrestrial focused initiatives focused on four specific sectors.
A large array of solar panels at the Hillsboro Intermodal Transit Facility
Researchers used a 2019 online survey sample to compare predictors of support for eight fuel sources for electricity generation in British Columbia, Canada, and Washington and Oregon.
Sea otter floats on its back with its paws on its face.
Robert Bailey, the president of the Elakha Alliance, gives an overview of sea otters and efforts to reintroduce them to the Oregon coast.