The Coho Salmon Field Studies program is a 9-week project-based course and internship experience. In the summer of 2012, ten incoming and current SWOCC students are joining an interdisciplinary research team with expertise in biology, engineering, computer science, and social sciences. Led by faculty and staff from the Coos Watershed Association, SWOCC, and OSU, students design and deploy a network using mobile communications technology to track coho salmon during their migratory life cycles. Students attend a weekly seminar, “Ecology and Communications Technology,” and intern full-time at the Coos Watershed Association.
How to use this Blog
For Students: Students enrolled in the Coho Salmon Field Studies program post to the blog on a weekly basis. Their posts are reflections about their experiences in the field and in the program in general.
For Public: Stay updated on CoosWA’s Coho Life Cycle Monitoring project and the activities of the student interns by reading the blog posts. Click on the “Follow” button on the sidebar to receive e-mail notifications whenever there is a new post. We welcome a community dialogue about this project and encourage you to comment on the posts and share them with family, friends, and neighbors via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.