“Cold-stunning events are really hard things to explain,” said Selina Heppell, an Oregon State University biologist who has been studying changes in the Kemp’s ridley population for 20 years.
Oregon scientists unlock new clues about how acid oceans kill shellfish, opening doors to potential solutions
Could the solution to ocean acidification and its deadly effects on shellfish lie in a bottle of Tums? New research from Oregon State University scientists suggests it could.
Tropical herbivorous fish are beginning to expand their range into temperate waters.
Two new studies reveal more about humpback whales.
FW 488 Problem Solving in Fisheries and Wildlife students run a scientific debate on wave energy development at Oregon’s State of the Coast conference in Florence.
Corvallis resident Eric Forsman, a research wildlife biologist at the Corvallis Forestry Sciences Laboratory, received a U.S. Department of Agriculture Award earlier this month.
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“Evaluating the effects of spatial structure on the accuracy of age-structured fish stock assessments”
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“Resolving the double-crested Cormorant/Salmonid issue in the Columbia River estuary: Westward migration of large-scale Cormorant culls?”
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