2021

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.
Japanese Shore Crab
This publication provides a briefing of selected serious threats from invasive species and opportunities to address these issues that span jurisdictions in Oregon.
Cover of the guide on invasive jumping worms in the Pacific Northwest. It shows a reddish brown jumping worm with bit of soil on it.
This guide provides information on the invasive Jumping Worm. This includes the background, identification, impacts, prevention, management and reporting of this species.
hand holding hundreds of small Pacific oyster larvae
Research evaluates phenotypic and genetic changes during larval development of Pacific oysters reared in ambient and high pCO2 conditions, both in domesticated and naturalized “wild” oysters from the Pacific Northwest.
Giant pacific octopus presses against the glass on a tank. Its underside and tenticles are on display.
Oregon Sea Grant's Renee Fowler shares fun facts about the giant Pacific octopus as she feeds it at the Hatfield Visitor Center in Newport.
The cover of the Oregon Coast Quest book, 2021 edition
Quests are fun, free-choice learning adventures that use clues and hints to encourage participants to discover the natural, cultural and historical "treasures" of place and community. This edition contains 27 quests along the Oregon coast.

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