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Changing patterns of precipitation and drought will dramatically influence the distribution and persistence of lentic habitats.Pond-breeding amphibians can often respond to changes in habitat by plastically shifting behavioral and developmental trait response. Climate change is hurting migrating waterbirds across the West.Scarlett Arbuckle is extremely deserving of recognition of Advisor of the Year. Pacific Seabird Group Thanks, Adrian Gall, Pacific Seabird Group Past Chair for letting us know that in 2019, the PSG Student Research Grant will fund 4 grants worth

Changing patterns of precipitation and drought will dramatically influence the distribution and persistence of lentic habitats.Pond-breeding amphibians can often respond to changes in habitat by plastically shifting behavioral and developmental trait response. Climate change is hurting migrating waterbirds across the West.Scarlett Arbuckle is extremely deserving of recognition of Advisor of the Year. Pacific Seabird Group Thanks, Adrian Gall, Pacific Seabird Group Past Chair for letting us know that in 2019, the PSG Student Research Grant will fund 4 grants worth $1,000 each, to: Undergraduate - Ray Martin (OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife) "Reproductive success and nest attendance comparison between urban and colonial breeding Western Gulls" Masters - Jacqui Glencross (University of Tasmania) "Breeding success of Little Penguins and Short-tailed Shearwaters on Huon Island, Tasmania" and Jill Tengeres (OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife) "The foraging niche of Aleutian Terns foraging in the Kodiak Archipelago" Ph D - Jaime Ojeda (University of Victoria) "Triangular biocultural interactions among Austral hake, seabirds, and fishers: looking for reciprocal contributions in the sub-Antarctic Channels" Many thanks to the students who applied for the awards and to their mentors for encouraging innovative proposals.πŸ†πŸ† #fwclub #osufwclub #clubadvisor #advisoroftheyear #award #specialaward @osufw The votes are pouring in! We look forward to presentations from these awardees at #PSG2020 in Portland or #PSG2021 in San Diego!You can read more about his research in the Student Stories section of our website.🐒🐒🐒 Hillary Thallman, grad student, and professors Scott and Selina Heppell show off their life raft and fashionable survival suits at the Newport Rec Center during their Sea Safety Training in April #TBT Do you still need Sea Safety training? Learn about the sea and the importance of geographic literacy in this article featuring FW Postdoc David Trimbach.Alan Dennis from Oregon State University Extension Service created a supplemental animation that illustrates the methods used in this study, and the visual storytelling is amazing!Want to contribute to the Fisheries and Wildlife department directly on Dam Proud Day?

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Changing patterns of precipitation and drought will dramatically influence the distribution and persistence of lentic habitats.

Pond-breeding amphibians can often respond to changes in habitat by plastically shifting behavioral and developmental trait response. Climate change is hurting migrating waterbirds across the West.

Scarlett Arbuckle is extremely deserving of recognition of Advisor of the Year. Pacific Seabird Group Thanks, Adrian Gall, Pacific Seabird Group Past Chair for letting us know that in 2019, the PSG Student Research Grant will fund 4 grants worth $1,000 each, to: Undergraduate - Ray Martin (OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife) "Reproductive success and nest attendance comparison between urban and colonial breeding Western Gulls" Masters - Jacqui Glencross (University of Tasmania) "Breeding success of Little Penguins and Short-tailed Shearwaters on Huon Island, Tasmania" and Jill Tengeres (OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife) "The foraging niche of Aleutian Terns foraging in the Kodiak Archipelago" Ph D - Jaime Ojeda (University of Victoria) "Triangular biocultural interactions among Austral hake, seabirds, and fishers: looking for reciprocal contributions in the sub-Antarctic Channels" Many thanks to the students who applied for the awards and to their mentors for encouraging innovative proposals.

πŸ†πŸ† #fwclub #osufwclub #clubadvisor #advisoroftheyear #award #specialaward @osufw The votes are pouring in! We look forward to presentations from these awardees at #PSG2020 in Portland or #PSG2021 in San Diego!

,000 each, to: Undergraduate - Ray Martin (OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife) "Reproductive success and nest attendance comparison between urban and colonial breeding Western Gulls" Masters - Jacqui Glencross (University of Tasmania) "Breeding success of Little Penguins and Short-tailed Shearwaters on Huon Island, Tasmania" and Jill Tengeres (OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife) "The foraging niche of Aleutian Terns foraging in the Kodiak Archipelago" Ph D - Jaime Ojeda (University of Victoria) "Triangular biocultural interactions among Austral hake, seabirds, and fishers: looking for reciprocal contributions in the sub-Antarctic Channels" Many thanks to the students who applied for the awards and to their mentors for encouraging innovative proposals.πŸ†πŸ† #fwclub #osufwclub #clubadvisor #advisoroftheyear #award #specialaward @osufw The votes are pouring in! We look forward to presentations from these awardees at #PSG2020 in Portland or #PSG2021 in San Diego!You can read more about his research in the Student Stories section of our website.🐒🐒🐒 Hillary Thallman, grad student, and professors Scott and Selina Heppell show off their life raft and fashionable survival suits at the Newport Rec Center during their Sea Safety Training in April #TBT Do you still need Sea Safety training? Learn about the sea and the importance of geographic literacy in this article featuring FW Postdoc David Trimbach.Alan Dennis from Oregon State University Extension Service created a supplemental animation that illustrates the methods used in this study, and the visual storytelling is amazing!Want to contribute to the Fisheries and Wildlife department directly on Dam Proud Day?

The Fisheries and Wildlife Club πŸ†πŸ†We need to take a moment to share exciting news and dedicate this as an appreciation post to our club advisor, @ Scarlett Arbuckle, who was name Advisor of the Year in the College of Agricultural Sciences last week!When it comes to sharing space, humans and wildlife don’t see eye to eye.Increasingly, deer and other animals pose a problem for homeowners.https://fw.oregonstate.edu/fisheries-and-wildlife/make-gift-department-fisheries-and-wildlife Today is Oregon State's 2019 Dam Proud Day, which is a 24 hour fundraising event focused on raising money for student success and support.College of Agricultural Sciences - Oregon State University is matching donations made the Global Experience Fund, which provides resources for students and faculty engaged in global experiences related to the work and research at the College.

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