What do you do if you happen across a carcass or an animal that seems to be in distress? Call the Stranding Network at 541-270-6830.
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The OSU Marine Mammal Institute integrates research, graduate education, and public outreach to advance our knowledge of marine mammals, train the next generation of professionals, and engage with stakeholders to ensure that these animals and their ecosystems are always healthy.
"Zoop to Poop: a collaborative effort to assess the caloric value and microparticle load in zooplankton prey of Oregon gray whales"
Thursday, May 5, 2022
3:30–4:30 PM, Pacific Time
HMSC Gladys Valley MSB Auditorium
The Coastal Oregon Zooplankton Investigation is a cross-college collaborative effort that aims to improve our understanding of the quality of zooplankton in coastal Oregon that are primary prey of gray whales in this region.
The Whale Habitat, Ecology, and Telemetry Laboratory focuses on studying whale movements and their relationship to their complex and changing environments.
The Cetacean Conservation and Genomics Laboratory explores the genomes of whales and dolphins to understand the past, assess the present, and conserve the future.
The Geospatial Ecology of Marine Megafauna Laboratory focuses on the ecology, behavior and conservation of marine megafauna including cetaceans, pinnipeds, seabirds, and sharks.