Burrowing worm skulls, new measurement tools & coupled human-natural systems – This week’s CoEnv published research

Each week we share the latest publications coming from the College of the Environment. This week, five new articles published by members of the College of the Environment were added to the Web of Science or published online:   1. Title: Is solid always best? Cranial performance in solid and fenestrated caecilian skulls (abstract; subscription required for full article) Authors: Kleinteich, Thomas1,2; Maddin, Hillary C.3; Herzen, Julia4; Beckmann, Felix4; Summers, Adam P.2 1. 

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Wave energy moves forward - Earth techling

The Oregon Wave Energy Trust is seeking a consultant to help develop the Pacific Marine Energy Center, which will be undertaken within the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center, a collaboration between OSU and UW. Read more here! 

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