RESILIENCE

Our path
to the future


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Featured Research Projects

October 11, 2017

“The Blob” with Dr. Rob

This new film explores “The Blob,” a warm water anomaly that started in the Gulf of Alaska and later spread up and down the coast of […]
June 21, 2017

Copper River Salmon & Climate Change

Prince William Sound Science Center researchers work on the front lines of climate change to address the most pressing salmon issues of our time.  
June 7, 2017

2017 LOWER COPPER RIVER SONAR STATION FISH PASSAGE COUNTS

    2017 LOWER COPPER RIVER SONAR STATION FISH PASSAGE COUNTS Fish passage summaries: Daily Counts of Salmon Passage Hourly Counts of Salmon Passage *Note: Some browsers […]

Recent News

October 16, 2017

Cordova Sea Squirts

Our education team is excited to announce a new, monthly series: CORDOVA SEA SQUIRTS! Join us for some hands-on adventuring that is sure to get your […]
October 11, 2017

“The Blob” with Dr. Rob

This new film explores “The Blob,” a warm water anomaly that started in the Gulf of Alaska and later spread up and down the coast of […]
September 22, 2017

Copper River Stewardship Lessons in Haiku

By Robin Mayo, for The Cordova Times As the school year begins, Copper River Stewardship Program participants are completing their final projects inspired by their summer […]

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Research

Research

We approach our research in ways that lead to positive impacts, sustainable use of resources and resilience — here and everywhere.

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Education

Education

For over 27 years, our educators have developed theme-based education programs for all sectors of society, from K-grey.

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OSRI

A cleaner
& safer future

The Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) was established by Congress in response to the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill. OSRI was created to identify and develop the best available techniques, equipment and materials for dealing with oil spills in the Arctic and sub-Arctic marine environment; and, to complement federal and state damage assessment efforts and determine, document, assess and understand the long-range effects of Arctic and sub-Arctic oil spills on the natural resources of Prince William Sound, and the environment, the economy and the lifestyle and well-being of the people who are dependent on those resources.

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