Overall, the findings from this dissertation research demonstrates the complex and interdependent connection between biological invasions and climate change on community structure, ecological processes, and ecosystem services of the U.S. Pacific Northwest
The goal of this project is to fill a critical knowledge gap, and naturally test without complicating variables whether sea level rise or sediment supply primarily control wetland growth.
The objective of this study is to improve understanding of coastal community resilience through examination of the graying of the fleet phenomenon in two fishing communities in Oregon.
This project focuses on tribal members with ancestral territory on the Oregon coast, there use of marine and coastal species and experience implementing policies for Oregon marine reserves.
Researchers consider the relationships between primary producers, epifaunal mesograzers, and fish predators within and across three Oregon estuaries during a spring-summer season.
This study attempts to better understand how Oregon surfers perceive risk in general, and specifically tsunami risks.