Archive of featured images of CMOP research and educational activities.
Take a tour of the R/V Oceanus.
Formation of Mesodinium rubrum (previously known as Myrionecta rubra) blooms in the estuary.
Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)
CMOP uses autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) to study plankon blooms in the estuary.
CMOP team deploying moorings off the Oregon coast.
Phoebe is a Slocum 200m underwater glider equipped with a variety of sensors.
Summer Undergraduate Internship
Undergraduates from around the country spent the summer performing research at CMOP.
Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory (LOBO)
The test launch of LOBO, a high quality, long-term, biogeochemical monitoring device stationed in the Columbia River estuary.
Ocean FEST (Families Exploring Science Together)
A night of students and their parents participating in hands-on ocean sciences.
Oceans, Climate and Human Health Event
Alan Parker honored for his efforts to bring people together around river-to-ocean ecosystems, climate change effects, and indigenous knowledge systems.
Oceanography Camp 2009
Students experience the latest in ocean science research and technology during a week long camp.
Ocean Observatories Camp
Students explore the inner workings of one of the world’s leading ocean observatories: SATURN.