A project was undertaken to provide stakeholders with recommendations for the continuing development of live shellfish export capacity in Oregon. Findings from this joint investigation formed the basis of this report.
To test the hypothesis that salmon imprint on the magnetic field that exists where they first enter the sea and later seek the same field upon return [2–4], we analyzed a 56-year fisheries data set on Fraser River sockeye salmon, which must detour around
Nearshore and estuarine environments along the U.S West Coast are ocean acidification "hotspots."
"How-to" guide for evaluating tradeoffs in nearshore management decisions.
Research on the effects of Ceratomyxa shasta on salmon in the Klamath River.