The Hatfield Marine Science Center offers unique opportunities to study and experience the coast. The instruction, research, and internship opportunities at the Center make OSU an excellent place to pursue the study of the coastal and ocean environments and coastal communities.
Oregon stands out for its mixture of unparalleled access to the beach and ocean and the natural beauty of its coastline. It is a source of inspiration, reflection, and repose. In this setting, we are poised to create solutions to sustain the diverse ecosystems, communities and economies at the confluence of the continent and sea.
As a leading marine laboratory in the Pacific Northwest, Hatfield Marine Science Center has the expertise, technology, and responsibility to address important issues of high economic, scientific, and aesthetic value in marine and coastal systems. Its locality, ready access to the ocean and richness of partners—agencies, industry, and constituencies—create a physical and intellectual campus known for multidisciplinary research, education, and outreach that is world-class and international in scope. Hands-on educational opportunities train the marine science leaders of tomorrow, and outreach transfers knowledge to the public sector using new and compelling approaches.
Pacific Northwest Coastal Ecosystems (BI 353)
Coastal Oceanography (OC 332)
Aquatic Biological Invasions (FW 421/521)
Photographic Field Studies (ART 399/499/599)
Ecology of Marine Estuarine Birds (FW 331)
Marine and Estuarine Invertebrate Zoology (Z 461/561)
Field Methods for Marine Research (FW 493)
Biological Oceanography (OC 440)
Aquaculture Laboratory (FW 498/598)
Coastal Ecosystems and Fish Health (NR/ENV/BI 401)
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