This project evaluates the use of a habitat model, developed using geospatial raster layers of salinity, substrate, and elevation, in Yaquina Bay, Oregon to predict locations of Olympia oyster presence.
This research looked at the relative importance of local and regional scales in organizing eelgrass communities and the potential of regional oceanography and trophic interactions in regulating patterns of primary producers in this system.
This video describes the Fishermen-Led Injury Prevention Program (FLIPP) and its innovative research that involves commercial fishermen, researchers, extension agents, and coastal community members to understand injuries at sea better.
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