Our coasts are changing. Seas are rising and warming. Storms are intensifying. Fisheries are in jeopardy. Waves offer a potential source of energy for the future. Underlying these global trends are a changing climate and a growing coastal population.
The Oregon coast is the ideal laboratory to study these trends. And scientists from Oregon State University - whose oceanography program is ranked third in the world - are the ideal experts to talk about the natural and human factors affecting our oceans.
You’re invited to join researchers from Oregon State University, state and federal organizations and a community of people on the Oregon coast, for an in-depth, three-day program covering major coastal ocean topics.
The three-day fellowship program includes sessions at Oregon State’s main campus in Corvallis and its Hatfield Marine Science Center on the coast in Newport.