2018

Students deploy equipment
Confluence is a newsletter of Oregon Sea Grant. Articles feature the supported research and events of the program.
juvenile salmon
Researchers show that the upward movement of young Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) emerging from gravel nests is influenced by the geomagnetic field.
Newport Harbor on a summer evening
The objective of this project is to explore perceptions of community resiliency through examination of the “graying of the fleet” phenomenon in Oregon.
juvenile salmon
This research shows nonanadromous Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) can extract map information from the geomagnetic field.
This research explores how the nature of their connection to the sea leads to different perceptions of risk and comfort with uncertainty, and how these differences might be important to consider when one group has information another group needs.
Gray whale breaches
survey and results for a project that sought the input of Oregon's Dungeness crab fishermen and industry representatives on management options to reduce the risk of whale entanglement in Oregon.

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