Below you will find a listing of the current scientific reports produced by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office on a variety of environmental and species-related topics.
Assessment of Impacts to Aquatic Organisms from Pesticide Use no the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex (Mar. 2007)
Changes in Productivity and Environmental Contaminants in Bald Eagles Nesting Along the Lower Columbia River, USA (Aug. 1999)
Read the Published SETAC Article (January 2005)
Environmental Contaminants in Aquatic Resources from the Columbia River (May 2004)
Exploratory Evaluation of Nutrient Enrichment and Frog Response at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge (Aug 2005)
Investigation of the Distribution of Organochlorine and Plycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds in the Lower Columbia River Using Semipermeable Membrane Devices (1999)
Investigation of Persistent Seabird Mortalities Along the Oregon Coast (Dec. 2011)
Organochlorine Contaminants in Double-crested Cormorants from Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge in the Columbia River Estuary (Oct. 1999)
A Preliminary Investigation of Nutrients and Isotopic Nitrogen in Oregon Chub Habitat Adjacent to Oakridge Sewage Treatment Plant (Mar. 2003)
A Guide to Freshwater Fishes of Oregon by Douglas F. Markle is now available. It is the first authoritative guide to native and non-native freshwater fishes found in Oregon. This book combines the rigorous science of Oregon State University's Dr. Markle with beautiful illustrations by renowned artist Joseph R. Tomelleri.