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    Visiting Kanton Atoll

    The science crew of the R/V Falkor summarize their first week at sea with this fascinating video about the Kanton Atoll.

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    PIPA: Right Next Door In the Middle of the Ocean

    Dr. Randi Rotjan blogs about the long journey to the Phoenix Islands and why this area of the ocean is so special to the world and her personally.

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    Setting Sail for the Phoenix Islands

    Cruise filmmaker and journalist Thom Hoffman discusses the cruise and goals of the Phoenix Islands expedition.

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    Phoenix Islands Chain Deep Dive

    They are one of the deepest, most pristine coral reefs on Earth. Venture to the Phoenix Islands Chain with Schmidt Ocean Institute for a first glimpse at these unseen ecosystems.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Celebrate Your New Favorite Holiday: Sea Otter Awareness Day

    What “otter” place is better to celebrate International Sea Otter Awareness Day than the Oregon Coast Aquarium?

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    A Second Chance at Life for Two Endangered Western Snowy Plovers

    A pair of Western snowy plover chicks are released back into the wild after being rehabilitated by the Oregon Coast Aquarium.

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    A Beautiful Tide Pool Gem

    An Oceanscape visitor shares this gorgeous photo of a tide pool resident.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Coastal Learning Symposium 2017: Focus on the Ecosystems

    The Coastal Learning Symposium is an annual professional development opportunity for educators.

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    How Science Aids Shark Conservation

    In her final blog, Dr. Michelle Heupel of the Australian Institute of Marine Science shares her thoughts on the importance of sharks to the ocean ecosystem and what the species' future may hold.

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    New Educational Programs from Hatfield Marine Science Center

    The Hatfield Marine Science Center announces of new educational programs for schools and families.

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    Time to Move? Sharks and Environmental Drivers

    What motivates sharks to change move about the ocean? How far do they swim and how do they know where to go? Dr. Heupel explores the mysteries of shark migration in today's blog.

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    Let's All Get Along: How Sharks Share the Reef

    How do sharks share a tropical reef without swimming into constant conflict? Dr. Heupel's research has uncovered the secret.

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    Tracking Sharks with Sound

    In her second blog, Dr. Heupel explains how she uses high tech sound monitoring to track sharks on the Great Barrier Reef and how this allows scientists to assess the effectiveness of marine protected areas.

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    My Dream of Working with Sharks

    For her first blog, Dr. Michelle Heupel describes her background growing up in the American midwest and how her fascination with the oceans lead to her work with sharks on Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

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    Tracking Sharks on the Great Barrier Reef

    Join Dr. Michelle Heupel of the Australian Institute of Marine Science for this week-long look at her research tracking sharks on the Great Barrier Reef. Features include daily blogs, videos, slideshows, downloadable educational materials and much more.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Track Sharks on the Great Barrier Reef via Aquarium’s Oceanscape Network

    This new virtual exploration, in partnership with the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), let's you experience online how sharks are being tracked, studied and protected on the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    To Keep Coastal Wildlife Safe, Fly Drones With Care

    Drones offer a new and exciting way to photograph wildlife, but it’s important to be aware of the rules and regulations surrounding their use.

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    Eating My Way Through the Fruit Loop

    The Hood River County Fruit Loop is just one of many driving tours in Oregon that help promote and educate about sustainable agriculture.

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    Devil’s Punchbowl State Natural Area

    This iconic feature of the Central Coast is located to the north of Newport and was probably formed when two sea caves partially collapsed.

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    Otter Rock

    Otter Rock is a small offshore island located north of Newport. It is part of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge and a common refuge area for marine mammal and sea birds.

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    Marine Reserves: Sanctuaries for Science

    Oceanscape Youth Correspondents join Oregon Surfrider at a local marine reserve to learn more about these somewhat controversial sanctuaries set aside for conservation and scientific study.

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Sea Otters That Recycle, “Better Bags” and More at World Oceans Day

    World Oceans Day at the Oregon Coast Aquarium will focus on the problem and practical, everyday solutions to plastic pollution in the oceans.

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    Year of the Vaquita 2017 Summer Update

    New updates on efforts by the Mexican government and its conservation partners have organized a live capture effort to try to save the vaquita from extinction.

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    Guided Nature Walk: Lost Prairie and Bog

    Experienced hikers are welcome to join this free nature walk to experience the headwaters of the Salmon River on June 17, 2017.

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    Annual Marbled Murrelet Citizen Science Survey

    Join the 12th annual citizen science survey of this endangered seabird a spectacular stretch of Oregon's coast near Yachats, Oregon.

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