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Stories related to water
Descending Crater Lake
Reflections from Deep Rover.
Cleaning Up the Hood
Hood River growers help tackle the problem of non-point pollution.
Genetically Pinpointing Pollution Sources
Now we can tell who’s pooping in the pool.
Measure for Measure
New tools allow scientists more precision in measuring water quality.
Uniting the Umatilla
Twenty years of negotiations among tribes and irrigators have created a plan to sustain both salmon and crops, and OSU researchers and graduates help make it happen.
The Docs of the Bay
Marine Team students provide the fundamentals of research in the Yaquina Bay.
The Ocean Next Door
The mighty Pacific Ocean shows its power—and its vulnerability—in recent OSU research.
Water, Water Everywhere?
Coastal communities are running short of water, where and when it’s needed the most.
A basin sculpted by prehistoric floods faces the challenge of protecting its groundwater.
The Life Aquatic in Flooded Fields
Flooded grass fields offer refuge to fish and wildlife more associated with streams than fields.