An ocean inlet. Rolling hills and homes are on the river. A bridge crosses over it.
This survey investigated Oregonians' perception of the risks and economic benefits of exporting natural gas on the West Coast. It also looks at the role of socio-demographic, political ideology, and place-based factors in shaping these perceptions.
Dune grass in the foregrand and a row of two story homes in the background.
This thesis combines field and numerical modeling studies to quantify the adjustment length scale and its importance to account for numerically simulating landscape changes within sparsely vegetated dune canopies in managed sites.
A drawing of women of different ages and races
This study investigates how women and women of color perceive that their social identities (gender, race, and/or ethnicity) influence their experiences in marine, aquatic and fisheries science-related careers.
A wave monitoring buoy floats in the water. The buoy holds a minature wind turbine, solar panel and other sensing equipment.
Business Oregon funded a study by OSU researchers to answer what ways OSU facilitates wave energy development in Oregon and if there are strategic and specific “feed-in points” to accelerate technology development and the pipeline.
Lush plants grow in water in an area that was restored in the Five Mile Bell project. The area is flanked by trees.
This report describes Stage 0 restoration techniques, summarizes attributes of the projects, and compares monitoring methods for evaluating outcomes.
idy pieces of plastic pollution lay on the beach along the tide line.
This thesis conducted interviews with Oregon stakeholders interested in microplastic pollution and evaluated baseline attitudes towards its management.