2021

Close up of Alexandra Avila, a genetic research post doctoral student
Doctoral student, Alexandra Avila talks about her research on genetics of PNW rockfish and her other work. Spanish with English subtitles.
Honor Booth, a Summer Scholar, looks at a sample under a microscope on the beach. In the background are sea stacks.
This paper provides a summary of a few innovative initiatives being undertaken in academic and research to broaden participation and overcome systemic barriers to participation in geosciences.
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.
Line art showing arrows between computer screens going in both directions. The image represents two-way communication.
Emily Mazur's research used a mixed-methods approach to evaluate the effectiveness of West Watch, a bimonthly webinar series, and investigates the possibility of it becoming a useful two-way communication tool.
A laptop comuter is open with the word "webinars" in the screen.
A mixed-methods approach evaluates how NOAA's West Watch can move to a two-way communication tool, facilitating bilateral information exchange between research presenters and their audience.
Oregon dunes with grasses in foreground
This paper reports on genetic evidence that two invasive, dune-building beachgrasses in the Pacific Northwest have hybridized and that the hybrid has been found in Oregon and Washington.

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