The Oregon Coordinating Council on Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia was created by the Oregon Legislature in 2017 to ensure a coordinated and effective response to the threats of ocean acidification and hypoxia to Oregon’s cultural and commercial ocean resources. The council is co-led by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Oregon State University and is comprised of representatives from Oregon State agencies, the Governor, the Oregon Ocean Science Trust, Oregon Sea Grant, a conservation organization, shellfish mariculture interests, fishing interests, the academic research community, and Oregon tribes. The council will review activities advancing knowledge of and adaptation to the impacts of ocean acidification and hypoxia on Oregonians and make recommendations on additional measures that Oregon should take to prepare for further future impacts.

 

Call for Applications - Shellfish and fishing interest seats

The Oregon Coordinating Council on Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia (OCCOAH) is currently filling council seats representing shellfish and fishing interests. Interested individuals can find more details about the OCCOAH, the commercial shellfish and fishing interest seats, and the application process in the links below.

 

Scan and send applications to:

Caren Braby
Marine Resource Program Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
2040 Marine Science Drive Newport, Oregon 97365
(541) 867-4741
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 Applications must be received via email or other delivery by the posted deadline of November 6th, 2017 in order to be considered for the position.