Some Oregonians are reporting purchasing cooked shrimp at the coast that actually glow in the dark, but the luminescence - which comes from marine bacteria - is actually harmless.
A growing colony of murres at Yaquina Head is drawing the interest of predators - and scientists, who are studying the bird they call an "indicator species" for climate change.
A new study led by OSU's Bryan Black has found that mini-pulses of February upwelling have an amazingly strong correlation with rockfish growth and seabird nesting success.
The recent closure of razor clamming along much of Oregon's coast has cast a spotlight once again on "harmful algal blooms," which scientists say are increasing globally.
Weather conditions shifted abruptly to summer in recent days, but not until Portland had set an all-time record for June rainfall, and several cities logged one-day records June 2-3.
A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy finds that penguins will indeed march - when environmental change throws their preferred habitat into disarray.
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