Dr. Ric Brodeur

May 11, 2016

Jellyfish Blooms: Beyond the Slime

A talk by Dr. Ric Brodeur, Fish Ecology Division, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center at HMSC

@Rogue Ales Brewer's on the Bay in Newport’s South Beach 



Dr. Dan CoxApril 13, 2016

Preparing for the Big One: Tsunami Evacuation Scenarios for Newport's South Beach Peninsula

A talk by Dr. Dan Cox, Professor, OSU Civil and Construction Engineering

@Rogue Ales Brewer's on the Bay in Newport’s South Beach 



Laura Brophy

February 4, 2016

Laura Brophy, Wetlands Scientist

Where will our future wetlands be? Predicting the impacts of sea level rise in our estuaries

Co-hosted by the MidCoast Watersheds Council and the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center

@Rogue Ales Brewer's on the Bay in Newport’s South Beach 



AlbatrossJanuary 20, 2016

Dr. Rob Suryan, Seabird Ecologist in the OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

Seabird and Commercial Fishery Interactions: Local Solutions With Global Implications

@Rogue Ales Brewer's on the Bay in Newport’s South Beach 


Poster of "Unframable"

June 10, 2015


A talk and book signing by Ari Friedlaender, Assistant Professor with the OSU Marine Mammal Institute at HMSC. 

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Science On Tap poster - Kelp

November 5, 2014


A talk by artists and seaweed aficianados Heather Fortner and Becky Miller, and Sea Grant marine educator Bill Hanshumaker, in celebration of the revival of SEATAUQUA

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February 19, 2014

Predation by bears on salmon: Behavior, ecology and evolution

A talk by Dr. Tom Quinn, University of Washington

Hettinger poster

January 29, 2014

The reach of ocean acidification into Oregon waters: lessons from the lab to the shore

A talk by Dr. Annaliese Hettinger, OSU Department of Zoology

Ralph poster

October 7, 2013

Creatures from Japan via tsunami docks, floats and boats – and how to identify them

A talk by Dr. Ralph Breitenstein, HMSC Volunteer Researcher

science on tap citizen science


May 29, 2013

Bridging the Gap: Current and Future Citizen Science on the Oregon Coast

A panel discussion celebrating citizen science with Oregon Sea Grant, Surfrider, COASST, and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

science on tap by catch

April 12, 2013

Scientists and Fishermen Collaborating to Reduce Bycatch in West Coast Fisheries

A talk by Waldo Wakefield, Northwest Fisheries Science Center National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA and Mark Lomeli, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission

science on tap bottom

March 13, 2013

Celebrating Diversity: Sustaining Salmon in a Changing World 

A talk by Dan Bottom, NOAA Fisheries, Editor of Pathways to Resilience: Sustaining Pacific Salmon in a Changing World

science on tap batten

September 18, 2012

Ocean Energy: The Wave of the Future?

A talk by Dr. Belinda Batten, Director, Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center, Oregon State University

science on tap black

August 7, 2012

Of fish, birds, trees, and bivalves: linking diverse ecosystems of western North America

A talk by Dr. Bryan Black, OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center (currently Assistant Professor, Department of Marine Science, University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute)

science on tap noakes

June 4, 2012

Slime bags, smolts, and others salmon stories

A talk by Dr. David Noakes, Professor, OSU fisheries and Wildlife, and Senior Scientist, Oregon Hatchery Research Center

science on tap rowe

April 13, 2012

Learning about Science Outside the Classroom

A presentation by Dr. Shawn Rowe, Assistant Professor, OSU College of Education and Oregon Sea Grant with Nancy Steinberg, Biologist, Public Outreach Specialist and Science Writer

science on tap horning

March 15, 2012

The secret lives of seals: Using high-tech marvels to pry into distant ocean depths.

A talk by Dr. Markus Horning, Associate Professor of Wildlife, OSU Marine Mammal Institute, Hatfield Marine Science Center

science on tap barth

January 24, 2012

New Eyes on our Changing Ocean: Underwater Robotic Gliders and the Ocean Observatories Initiative 

A talk by Dr. Jack Barth, Professor and Associate Dean for Research, Oregon State University, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences