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    Oregon Coast Highway 101

    Take a journey along the Oregon Coast Highway and enjoy 363 miles (584 km) of unmatched beauty through forests, meadows and sand dunes with breathtaking views of islands offshore.

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    Marine Science Day 2017

    Get behind-the-scenes to experience the research, education and outreach in marine sciences that makes the HMSC marine laboratory unique in the Pacific Northwest

  • Aquarium Announcement:

    Oregon Coast Aquarium to host Volunteer Recruiting Day

    The Oregon Coast Aquarium is hosting a Volunteer Recruiting Day on February 4, 2017.

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    Sea Star Dance: Melding Music with Nature

    Moved by the outbreak of sea star wasting disease that ravaged the Oregon Coast in 2015, educators and students at Lane Community College came up with a musical way to raise awareness about the plague.

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    Music and Dance

    For centuries, composers, musician and choreographers have looked to nature for inspiration. Here's why and how you can follow in their footsteps.

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    Expedition Highlights Review

    With this virtual exploration concluded, the team of the R/V Falkor offers some final thoughts on their 3 amazing weeks under the sea.

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    Hydrothermal Hunt: From Wow to Why?

    Amazment is balanced with scienctific curiosity as the crew and science team of the R/V Falkor head into the final leg of their exploration.

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    Mighty Microbes of the Deep Ocean

    Dr. Julie Huber of the Josephine Bay Paul Center for Comparative Molecular Biology & Evolution

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    Week 2 Highlights: First Views

    Thom Hoffman and the team of R/V Falkor provide us with some of the most spectacular updates from their second week at sea.

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    A Look Into Chimneys

    The Falkor team provides a new video which explains how hydrothermal "chimneys" are formed on the ocean floor.

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