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Marine Studies Initiative is committed to share and support various print and video topics that reflect the MSI mission: Create a healthy future for our ocean and the planet through transdisciplinary research and teaching that emphasizes collaboration, experiential learning, engagement with society and problem solving.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Dungeness crab is Oregon’s leading commercial seafood product, bringing in an estimated $75 million in 2018, yet little is known about how far crabs will venture in search of food. Oregon State University marine ecologist Sarah Henkel is hoping to change that.
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Oregon State Productions (OSP) creates multimedia content university-wide including broadcast television footage, commercials, feature documentaries and web video. MSI has partnered with (OSP) to create content for web and social media covering various aspects of marine studies at OSU, from academic programming to research that reflects the MSI mission. With targeted media campaigns, we hope to engage the public and inspire prospective students to explore the many opportunities that the MSI has to offer at the coast and across disciplines in the humanities and sciences.
This 3-part video series will be covering varying topics related to the construction of a building dedicated to marine learning. The entire series is due to be published shortly after the completion of the building in Spring 2020.
The Fishermen-Led Injury Prevention Program (FLIPP) is an innovative research project that involves commercial fishermen, researchers, extension agents, and coastal community members to better understand injuries at sea. The project is lead by the OSU College of Public Health and Human Sciences and Oregon Sea Grant... (cont on youtube)
Hidden below the surface, 35 miles offshore from Cape Perpetua, there is a submerged feature that has a huge impact on Oregon's coastal habitats. This is the story of one of the least known but most important natural features on the West Coast.