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What Does Sea Level Rise Look Like?

Every year in early winter, high tides in Oregon are higher than usual. These extreme high tides, commonly called “King Tides,” occur when the moon is closest to the Earth. These unusual tides are a great tool to understanding how estuaries may respond to rising sea levels and setting restoration goals for TWC estuarine preserves

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Beaver Creek Marsh

The Beaver Creek Natural Area Partnership consists of a series of conservation actions among multiple partners in the Beaver Creek watershed, which is about seven miles south of Newport on the Central Oregon Coast. Beaver Creek is a tributary to the Pacific Ocean situated between the larger Yaquina and Alsea River estuaries. The Beaver Creek

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Alsea Estuary

The Alsea Estuary is located near the town of Waldport, Oregon on the central coast. The Estuary drains the western slope of the Coast Range. The Alsea basin was once rated first in Oregon in importance for coho spawning. The Alsea watershed is now being managed for wild coho salmon following closure of the Fall

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