Webinar REPLAY:  Oregon’s Black Oystercatchers and Rocky Habitats: Revealing its Mysteries to Help Protect a Species of Conservation Concern

Webinar REPLAY: Oregon’s Black Oystercatchers and Rocky Habitats: Revealing its Mysteries to Help Protect a Species of Conservation Concern

This presentation is part of the Cape Perpetua Speaker Series, hosted by the Cape Perpetua Collaborative. DESCRIPTIONThe Black Oystercatcher is a unique shorebird of conservation concern that depends on rocky shoreline habitats. During this presentation, Joe Liebezeit...
Webinar REPLAY:  A New Kid on the Dune: The Unlikely Hybridization Between Two Non-native Beachgrass Species in the PNW

Webinar REPLAY: A New Kid on the Dune: The Unlikely Hybridization Between Two Non-native Beachgrass Species in the PNW

This presentation is part of the Cape Perpetua Speaker Series, hosted by the Cape Perpetua Collaborative. DESCRIPTIONThe two dominant beachgrasses of the U.S. Pacific Northwest, Ammophila arenaria (European beachgrass) and A. breviligulata (American beachgrass), build...
Webinar REPLAY:  Interaction of Climate & Human-driven Changes in PNW Estuaries: Perspectives From Seagrass and Macroalgae

Webinar REPLAY: Interaction of Climate & Human-driven Changes in PNW Estuaries: Perspectives From Seagrass and Macroalgae

This presentation is part of the Young Scientist Webinar Series, hosted by the Cape Perpetua Collaborative featuring graduate students and postdocs sharing their ocean research. DESCRIPTIONSeagrass and macroalgae provide many important services to coastal communities....

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