The purpose of this study was to investigate the development of an interactive aquarium design motivated by the employment of an innovative technology used in scientific research.
This study confirms the presence of caffeine in Oregon’s coastal ocean and provides laboratory evidence that environmentally relevant concentrations of caffeine can exert an effect on M. californianus gill tissue at the molecular-level.
This study is about understanding the impacts and outcomes of outdoor schools on students, teachers, and the community from the perspective of people who work at these sites.
This study investigated the response of fish assemblages to Ramicrusta overgrowth of the hydrozoan fire coral Millepora complanata.


The social and economic impacts of climate change on the Oregon Coast may be reduced if coastal managers begin planning now to put in place adaptation measures. Oregon Sea Grant conducted a web-based survey of Oregon coastal professionals to target climat