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Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Action Plan

Video recording of a presentation made by Dr. Caren Braby, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, at the OCOIN 3rd Annual Webinar Meeting on the Oregon OAH Action Plan developed by the Oregon Coordinating Council on Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia that was finalized in August 2019. Caren was one of three panelists addressing prominent marine issues. 21 minutes long.
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September 4, 2019
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Marine Ecotoxicology: Measuring the Impacts of Environmental Stressors in Fish and Invertebrates

Video recording of a presentation made by Dr, Susanne Brander, Department of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Oregon State University at the OCOIN 3rd Annual Webinar Meeting. The research encompasses the fields of toxicology, endocrinology, and ecology integrating molecular approaches with the measurements at the organism and population level. Susanne was one of three panelists addressing prominent marine issues. 23+ minutes long.
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September 4, 2019
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Perceptions of a Changing Ocean: Resilience and Oregon's Commercial Fishing Community

Video recording of a presentation made by Brianna Haugen, Oregon State University, at the OCOIN 3rd Annual Webinar Meeting. Brianna was one of three panelists addressing prominent marine issues. 16 minutes long.
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September 4, 2019
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Why Care about America's Sagebrush?

A US Fish and Wildlife Service video to find out more about how unprecedented conservation partnerships and good stewardship of the land is helping to protect the sagebrush ecosystem and a traditional way of life in the western United States.
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Voices of a Warming Planet

Oregon State University (OSU) website focusing on climate change and featuring oral history interviews with 12 leading figures from OSU: Dominique Bachelet, biological and ecological engineering; Jeff Bethel, biological and population health sciences; Hilary Boudet, sociology; Peter Clark, earth, ocean and atmospheric sciences; William Jaeger, applied economics; Beverly Law, global change biology and terrestrial systems science; Philip Mote, Oregon Climate Change Research Institute; Peter Ruggiero, geology and geophysics; Andreas Schmittner, earth, ocean and atmospheric Sciences; Allen Thompson, philosophy; Jason Hanauska, an undergraduate senior in environmental engineering; and Brandon Trelstad, OSU sustainability officer. Created by the OSU Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center.

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2018
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Your Home Can Survive a Wildfire video

In this National Fire Protection Association video, Dr. Jack Cohen, Physical Research Scientist, offers his insight as he assesses a home and its vulnerability to a wildfire. Decades of research shows that there are little things that can be done to keep your home from igniting during a wildfire. 13+ minutes long.
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How to Make Your Home And Property Fire-Safe

Video produced by Oregon Forest Resource Institute (OFRI) on creating defensible space. This 5 minute video features Kris Babbs (Keep Oregon Green) and Tom Fields (Oregon Department of Forestry) and shows you the treatments necessary to help make your home and surrounding property more resilient from a possible wild fire.
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Feb 2018
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OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center

This collection is an online repository for all Oregon Digital items that have been digitized out of the Oregon State University Libraries Special Collections & Archives Research Center (SCARC). Home to Oregon State University's rare and unique materials, SCARC builds distinctive and unique collections in four signature areas: natural resources, the history of science, university history, and Oregon's multicultural communities. These collections encompass manuscripts, archives, rare books, oral histories, photographs, ephemera, audio/visual materials, electronic and born digital records.

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OSU Extension Faculty and Staff Oral Histories

The Oregon State University Extension Service Faculty and Staff Oral History Collection consists of digital recordings of oral history interviews with retired and emeritus Extension Service faculty and staff, transcripts, photographs, and related documentation. These oral histories document the programs and activities of the Extension Service in Oregon from the 1940s through the 1990s.

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Governor Kate Brown on Secretary Jewell's Sage Grouse Announcement

Video of Governor Kate Brown's response to Secretary Jewell's Sage Grouse Announcement
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9/22/2015
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