Adaptive ESP to look deeper into Columbia River Estuary microbesField Campaign Crimson Tide – Red algae research in the Columbia River estuary2015 Geoscience Alliance ConferenceHonorable Elizabeth Furse speaks on Tribes, Treaties and Natural Resources ManagementObservation Network - View real-time data being collected from our specially equipped kayak in Baker Bay.

Adaptive ESP to Look Deeper into Columbia River Estuary Microbes

Field Campaign: Mooring recovery, deployment and baseline sampling

Crimson Tide – Red algae research in the Columbia River estuary

2015 Geoscience Alliance Conference hosted by Nievita Bueno Watts

Honorable Elizabeth Furse - Tribes, Treaties and Natural Resources Management

Observation Network - View real-time data being sent from our specially equipped kayak in Baker Bay.

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May 4 2015 - 8:00am
Sep 25 2015 - 8:00am

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So cool, I wear sunglasses
Undergraduate intern Nathan Hinkle performed research with a solar simulator to determine the rate at which components of crude oil are degraded by sunlight.

Recent Publication

Publications
Authors: C. McNeil; E.A. D’Asaro
Journal Title: Limnology and Oceanography: Methods