In this paper, researchers review the methods used to date to study fisheries competition with seabirds, and present “best practices” for future resource competition assessments.
Gooseneck barnacle in the wild
A newsletter covering selected Oregon Sea Grant research projects and activities.
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.
The researchers conducted two studies designed to evaluate delayed mortality, physical condition,and behavioral competency of yelloweye rockfish, Sebastes ruberrimus, experiencing barotrauma during capture followed by recompression.
This report estimates the number of gooseneck barnacles on jetties in southern Oregon and describes a device that was created to grow the barnacles in a laboratory on a small scale.
Researcher find as more protected species respond positively to recovery efforts, managers should attempt to evaluate tradeoffs between recovery and unintended ecosystem consequences.