local | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Aug. 8, 2017 noon
We learn more about the newly named Portland police chief, talk to a woman trying to address a culture of sexual violence on social media, and listen back to our interview with "Tides" author Jonathan White.
local | Pacific Ocean | Science | Climate change | NewsOPB | July 19, 2017 1:19 p.m.
Cannon Beach Police advised beachgoers this week of shark dorsal fin sightings in the Cannon Beach area, but such sightings are not uncommon this time of year.
local | Fish & Wildlife | Environment | NewsAP | July 13, 2017 1:11 p.m. | Corvallis, Oregon
Oregon State University received nearly $122 million from the National Science Foundation to lead construction of the first of three ships for the U.S. Academic Research Fleet.
The more carbon dioxide in the air, the more acidic oceans become – preventing oysters and tiny marine snails at the base of the food chain from forming shells.
A Man, A Plan, A Canal: What's a Palindrome? Also today, we learn about the science and mystery of ocean tides. And we hear about a bill that would include pre-paid postage for Oregon's mail-in ballots.
The sound had not been identified previously because of the way scientists analyze acoustic data from the ocean.
California's governor wants his Oregon and Washington counterparts to join in seeking a permanent offshore oil drilling ban ban before the Trump presidency begins.
local | Pacific Ocean | Science | Environment | NewsNorthwest News Network | March 2, 2016 4:59 p.m.
Have you ever wondered about life in the deepest depths of the ocean? Oregon-based oceanographers did, so they dropped a microphone seven miles down.
A conversation with Oregon State University professor Jane Lubchenco. On Tuesday she was given the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
The Pacific Northwest faces a higher risk of economic harm from ocean acidification than other parts of the country, according to a new study.
What do Smurfs, sonar and rockfish have in common? All are being used to see if Oregon's marine reserves actually protect the fish they're designed for.