2020

Research holds handfuls of pyrosomes that have appeared lately on Pacific Northwest coast
This study examines the unprecedented numbers of pyrosomes in the Northern California Current during 2016-18.
A whale flips its tail amid a red cloud of poop.
Study finds fecal samples are an effective, non-invasive tool for monitoring gray whale reproduction, stress and other physiological responses.
Anna Bolm stands on a boat wearing a pink hard hat.
This career webinar for students features Anna Bloom who studies microplastics in zooplankton.
A western snowy plover chick stands on the sand.
This career webinar is for students grades 6-12 and features Cheryl Strong. She is a wildlife biologist who helps manage the western snowy plover.
A dolphine pops it head above the water.
This webinar is for students in grades 6-12 who want to explore careers in marine science. Erica Fruh and Alexa Kownacki present.
George Waldbusser, a biogeochemist at Oregon State University, straps a bag of oysters to rebar as a control while doctoral student Sophia Wensman places a bag of oysters on top of empty oyster shells in Netarts Bay.
This webinar features George Waldbusser, a biogeochemist who studies how carbon dioxide is changing the chemistry of the ocean and affecting shellfish.

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