2021

Aerial view of Cape Falcon on the Oregon coast
Researchers conducted and analyzed a public participation geographic information system mapping survey of Oregon residents to capture uses and perceived values of coastal and marine areas.
Angee Doerr takes middle school students on a dockside tour of the fishing boats on the Yaquina Bay bayfront. The students are wearing orange life vests and standing on the dock next to a fishing boat.
This document is a summary of an historical review of Oregon Sea Grant's first 50 years.
Adult coho salmon swiming upriver
Study examines whether Oregon coastal coho salmon returning to three tributaries of the Smith River watershed (in the central Oregon Coast Range) responded to the stream hydroregime throughout their spawning period.
Students grades 5-8 perform a dance about warming waters effecting crabs. They are wearing bright red crab costumes and a green screen is in the background.
This video describes a summer camp which used dance and computer coding to teach kids about how low oxygen in the ocean affects crabs.
A gray whale surfaces near a boat.
hrough this website you can learn about the lives of some of our most iconic gray whales that feed along the Oregon coast, including surviving major injuries, finding mates and having calves, and feeding in specialized ways.
Researcher Erin Peck stands in a marshy field holding a long coring tube.
Erin Peck's research quantified and compared morphological changes over nearly 300 years in Oregon salt marshes, providing insights into the tectonic, hydroclimatic, and anthropogenic processes shaping this important intertidal zone.

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