This chapter of the OCA report looks at recent assessments and analyses that document increasing rates of sea-level rise and erosion along Oregon’s coasts, and measures are being implemented or considered to adapt to these changes.
With this curriculum, students focus on one marine debris object commonly found on Oregon beaches, research its original purpose, user, and life cycle, and then propose targeted solutions to prevent this particular item from becoming marine debris.
This paper illustrates challenges and opportunities to marine disease management, assesses applications for marine disease outbreak prevention, response, and recovery and recommends multiple actions for future marine wildlife disease emergencies.
Zooarchaeological cutmark analysis of sea otter remains from two Late Holocene archaeological sites in northern Oregon. These results affirm tribal assertions of deep-time human-sea otter relationships and use on the Oregon coast prior to extirpation.