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Ocean Acidification - Part 2, Solutions

This video is a follow up to the inital film on ocean acidification. It explores the effects on the Oregon coast and possible solutions.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Homeless in Metro area, what are my options?

I've been a resident of Clackamas county for the past 30 years and have recently been made homeless. I need help with housing placement on a fixed income of $870.00 per month being on SS Disability. I've not found anyone or any program to help me get off the streets. I've also experienced businesses...

By Teresa Crowley, | Featured Question

Seacast: Ocean Forecasting Website

Seacast is an easy-to-use, interactive, online map that lets commercial fishermen check forecasts of ocean conditions off the Pacific Northwest coastline.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Strength of nicotine dependence tied to violations of campus smoking ban

Oct 10, 2018
Student smokers who appeared to be more dependent on nicotine were more likely to violate Oregon State University’s ban on smoking after the policy was adopted, new research has found.

News Story

Wellness Ink Newsletter

Health and Nutrition Newsletters by Stephanie Polizzi, MPH, RDN, CHES at Coos County Extension Family and Community Health

Newsletter

Seacast: Ocean Forecasting Website

Seacast is an easy-to-use, interactive, online map that lets commercial fishermen check forecasts of ocean conditions off the Pacific Northwest coastline.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

GROW Healthy Food Environments for Oregon’s Rural Communities

The problem of obesity in children is in the forefront of nationwide research efforts. There are documented physical, mental, and social health outcomes associated with childhood obesity that...

By Deborah John, Tammy Winfield | Article

An Oregon Primer on Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science

Slide presentation on ocean acidification and hypoxia science given by Dr. Francis Chan at the 2018 Oregon OAH Council Meeting

OSU Sea Grant Publication

OSU-invented silicone wristbands improve detection of environmental pollutants

May 21, 2018
A new OSU study shows that chemical-absorbing wristbands are very good at linking external chemical exposure—the substances that go into a person’s body—with the chemicals formed inside the body itself as it metabolizes these “parent” pollutants.

By Chris Branam | News Story