Using a simulator, a child steers a research ship through Yaquina Bay in an exhibit at the Hatfield Visitor Center. His father stands near him and points to the screen in front of them.
This video describes outreach and K-12 marine education efforts centered around a new research ship.
A child looks at a display of spider drawings in a display with a hand-held microscope.
Researchers analyze the social interactions of families in an interactive exhibition on biodiversity at the Museum of Science and Life (Brazil), and how the presence of human mediation influenced the experience of family visits to the exhibit.
A sand dune landscape with rolling hills on a clear day. Beach grass is in the foreground.
Oregon State University hosted a meeting about topics related to Oregon's dunes. Oregon Sea Grant was one of the sponsors. Topics included dune management strategies, carbon storage, plover habitat and native plant revegetation.
Oregon Sea Grant funded the creation of the website, which is an outreach component of a study it funded on how groundfish bottom trawling may impact areas of Oregon’s seafloor previously closed to fishing.


Students explore shore crabs.
Seven groups of teachers and marine scientists talk about the lesson plans they created as participants in the Oregon Marine Scientist and Educator Alliance. Oregon Sea Grant organized this online capstone event, which took place Aug. 26, 2021.
A northeast Pacific mudshrimp on a black background. It has a transluent orange-pink extoskeleton with long front claws, a large head, long narrow body and two fan shaped fins at the back.
This paper documents declines of native northeast Pacific mud shrimp due to infestations by two Asian bopyrid isopod parasites.