The Valley Library 3D Printers are for the use of OSU students, faculty, and staff and were paid for by donations.We have 4 printers that use PLA or ABS filament to build 3D models from digital files. Andrews Experimental Forest (map) Program is dedicated to long-term study of complex forest and stream ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest, development of innovative and collaborative approaches to management of forests and watersheds, and communication of findings to land managers, researchers, policymakers, teachers, students, and the public.
Start your morning off with beautiful slopeside mountain views at Dodge Ridge, offering delicious full breakfasts with fresh eggs, juice, cappuccinos and mimosas.
The link below will take you straight through to the Bonneville Fish Camera.
This is when logjams are built and destroyed, boulders are tumbled, and the stream bed rearranged.
Most of the wood in the current log jam was deposited in a flood in 2011, but the old-growth anchor log was in place many years before that. Check out the Andrews Forest website for additional cameras and streaming environmental data.
There will be a multipurpose building containing teaching classrooms and laboratories, a farm shop and an animal research facility at the site. Andrews Forest Flood Cam The Andrews Forest is focused on a logjam on a section of Lookout Creek approximately 2 miles upstream from its confluence with Blue River.
The camera is centered on the site of the old sheep barn and will essentially be the center of the new complex of buildings. During periods of heavy rain in the winter, Lookout Creek is transformed from a clear stream to a muddy torrent.
This site shows what species of fish are migrating through the fish ladder of Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River.
The lines you see are used by fish counters to determine if a fish is a jack salmon or an adult salmon.
The Canadian population featured on this live seal cam breeds from mid-December to February.