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Caring for Coral at Hatfield Marine Science Center's Visitor Center

This video explains how the aquarists monitor the lighting, water flow, water chemistry and nutrition in tanks with corals to ensure that they grow into colorful colonies.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Caring for new and sick animals at the Hatfield Marine Science Center

This video explains how new and sick animals are quarantined and treated in the behind-​the-​scenes area known as the west wing.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Caring for Octopuses at Hatfield Marine Science Center's Visitor Center

This video explains how the giant Pacific octopus on display is housed, fed, and kept active with toys.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Feeding Animals at Hatfield Marine Science Center's Visitor Center

This video explains how food is prepared and tailored to the needs of each species, including rockfish, pipefish, yellow tangs, skates, ratfish, sculpins and a moray eel.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Propagating Coral at Hatfield Marine Science Center's Visitor Center

This video explains how coral is propagated by snipping pieces from larger corals.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Confluence: Spring/Summer 2018

Confluence is a newsletter of Oregon Sea Grant. Articles feature the supported research and events of the program.

OSU Sea Grant Publication

Megachilid Bees in the Pacific Northwest: An Introduction

This publication is an introduction to the Megachilidae family of bees found in the Pacific Northwest. It highlights the characteristics of two important members of this family: leafcutting bees and mason bees, both of which play a major role in pollinating both common garden plants and crops.

By Sandy DeBano | OSU Extension Catalog

Nurturing Mason Bees in Your Backyard in Western Oregon

An overview of mason bee basic biology and life cycle, and detailed descriptions of what is needed to start keeping mason bees, including desirable plants, nesting sites and types of nests, and caring for the cocoons over fall and winter. There are many helpful color photos throughout.

By Ramesh Sagili, Brooke Edmunds | OSU Extension Catalog

Field Guide to Common Fish of the Willamette Valley Floodplain

This book contains descriptions of 15 native and 16 nonnative fish (including origin, distribution, key characteristics, size, distinguishing features, color, diet, and other remarks) found in the Willamette River Basin's seasonal watercourses, with over a hundred photos to aid in identification. It...

By Brad Withrow-Robinson, Guillermo Giannico | OSU Extension Catalog

Spatial and Temporal Changes of Sage Grouse Habitat in the Sagebrush Biome

This paper describes the spatial diversity of sage grouse range, short- and long-term dynamics and disturbance regimes across this ecosystem, and potential management implications related to sage grouse habitat.

OSU Extension Catalog