This case study explores how to add value to regional ocean condition forecast information by bringing awareness to the processes that govern decision-making and outcomes within the system.
Crew members on the Delma Ann haul in a crab pot and hit it against a banger bar to force the crustaceans out of the pot. Because of a fisherman's suggestion, researchers are looking for ergonomic banger bars.
This case study finds a need to transform short-term regional ocean condition forecast information into useful data products for a range of end users, considering their perceptions of uncertainty and risk associated with these forecasts.
Sunset at beach in Boardman, Oregon
Scientists’ new research into ocean acidification and hypoxia revealed expression of OAH as coupled environmental stressors, their temporal and spatial variability, and impacts on species, ecological communities, and fisheries.
Questers on the HMSC estuary trail
Climate change impacts on extreme water levels at two estuaries in Tillamook and Coos County are investigated using a multicomponent process-based modeling framework.
Career day participants measure fish captured in seine net.
Researchers aimed to understand the teenagers’ experience in science museums in a visit out of the school context
Adult coho salmon swiming upriver
This article and research use the expressed behavior of Coho salmon to evaluate the vulnerability of upriver migrants under future hydrological regimes. The paper discusses management implications and conservation planning.