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.
By better defining what has impacted Oregon’s small nearshore fleet members, this thesis explores whether the collective experiences of fishermen in the nearshore sector may contribute local ecological knowledge of other groundfish fishery habitatats.
This study provides insight on ways to effectively communicate policy-relevant information about the deep sea to an audience that has little to no prior knowledge of the ecosystem, yet who will be responsible for making use decisions of this habitat.
This pilot study explores some of the requirements for workforce development and the expansion of ocean literacy by introducing fundamental ocean properties through the application of an open source oceanographic instrument.
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