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History of the Oregon State University's Hatfield Marine Science Center. Volume II, 1988-2001

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  • "The MSC was created through the impetus of three needs. Wayne Burt of the newly formed Oceanography Department needed dock and ship support facilities for his NSF-funded research vessel on the coast. Roland Dimick of the Fisheries and Wildlife Department needed to expand his small bay research lab located at Sally's Bend on the Yaquina Bay. Thirdly, concerned citizens and legislators were searching for a way to revive the sagging coastal economy. All three came together when an opportunity arose to obtain a grant from the federal Area Redevelopment Administration." (From Brief Historical Review of the Hatfield Marine Science Center 1965-1988)
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  • Brief Historical Review of HMSC 1965-1988....1Overview of 1988-2002....4Undergraduate and Graduate Education After 1988....8Public Education/Outreach....16Physical Plant and Residency Changes....22University Research....23Cooperating Agencies....33Conclusion....43
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