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OCOIN Newsletter Volume 1 : Issue 1

First e-newsletter for the Oregon Coastal and Ocean Information Network (OCOIN): Embarking on a New Chapter
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June 17, 2019
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Analysis Reveals Northwest Communities Most Threatened By Wildfire

Oregon Public Broadcasting article on an analysis of the 100 communities most threatened by wildfire in Oregon and Washington done by the U.S. Forest Service and Pyrologix. In Washington, the cities of Leavenworth, Ellensburg, Selah, Spokane and Wenatchee top the list. In Oregon, the list is headed by Merlin, Redwood, Medford, Bend and Warm Springs.
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November 14, 2018
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What's in an OCOIN Partnership

Article on what to expect when you begin a partnership with the Oregon Coastal and Ocean Information Network (OCOIN).
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December 2018
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Do You Know Your Coast

OCOIN article that describes the 3 easy steps to help decision-makers understand how to utilize the Coastal Research Explorer tool.
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December 2018
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OCOIN Workshop Agenda 2018

Agenda for the 2nd Annual Oregon Coastal and Ocean Information Network (OCOIN) workshop held on October 26, 2018 in Coos Bay, Oregon.
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October 26, 2018
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Connecting Coastal Researchers and Policy-Makers: How OCOIN Bridges that Dangerous Gap

Article on the value of the Oregon Coastal and Ocean Information Network (OCOIN) and the Coast Research Explorer tool for connecting coastal researchers and policy-makers.
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September 2018
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Reducing fire risk on your forest property

A Pacific Northwest Extension publication that describes how forest landowners can reduce wildfire risk on their property. 

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October 2010
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Can 'Moneyball' Fix The West's Wildfire Management Problem?

Oregon Public Broadcasting article about the current flaws in fighting wildfires and offers alternative approaches and benefits to letting more wildfires burn based on interviews with government and independent scientists who study fire management and ways to improve it. The story features data from the Advanced Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer map viewer.

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July 16, 2018
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Study Shows It Pays To Treat Invasive Grass On Your Ranch

Article presented by the Sage Grouse Initiative that shows how it pays to treat invasive grasses on your ranch land. The study was conducted by the NRCS in 2017.
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2018
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2017 Wildfire Season

Executive Summary of the 2017 Wildfire Season in the Pacific Northwest presented in a story map format. Created by the U.S. Forest Service.
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2017
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