Coastal planners and decision makers need information about the impacts of future hazards in order to apply mitigation and adaptation strategies.
The spread of invasive species into the Pacific Northwest (PNW) of the United States poses a serious threat to the valuable forest resources of the region.
This project evaluates the potential for expanding the existing Oregon State University Fisheries Management Certificate to universities and fisheries management agencies in Africa
In this study, we monitored the movement of PIT tagged juvenile coho salmon throughout the period of freshwater residence in an entire southern Oregon coastal basin to identify the prevalent sedentary and mobile strategies these fish may adopt and to exam
This study investigated long-term (1961-2008) changes in albacore (Thunnus alalunga) abundance and distribution in relation to local environmental and large-scale climate indices in the northeastern Pacific using time series and spatial planning.