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Researcher of the Week: Kate Coupland

Kate Coupland is a graduate researcher in her fourth year of PhD work at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center (DMC) in Walpole, ME. In collaboration with her graduate studies, Coupland works as a SEANET Research Fellow in Theme 1: Carrying Capacity. Coupland’s research interests include the chemistry of Maine estuaries, ocean acidification and […]

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Researcher of the Week: Olga Bredikhina

Olga Bredikhina is a SEANET Research Fellow currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Economics at the University of Maine. Her interests in this field lie in behavioral economics, consumer decision-making, resource economics, and sustainability and econometric modeling, working under SEANET Theme Four, Human Dimensions. Bredikhina is originally from Moscow, Russia, and moved to the […]

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Researcher of the Week: Andrew Goode

As a part of a new social media initiative to connect you with our researchers, we are introducing the Maine EPSCoR and SEANET Researcher of the Week. Each week we will feature a graduate researcher on our social media and our website. If you would like to have your work featured, please contact us at […]

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Researcher of the Week: Emma Taccardi

As a part of a new social media initiative to connect you with our researchers, we are introducing the Maine EPSCoR and SEANET Researcher of the Week. Each week we will feature a graduate researcher on our social media and our website. If you would like to have your work featured, please contact us at […]

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Getting Your Feet Wet: A Summer of Science at the Maine Discovery Museum

Have you heard the old saying about selling seashells by the seashore? Well, what about telling sea stories about the seashore? If you haven’t yet, don’t worry, it’ll catch on soon. This summer, the Maine Discovery Museum will host SEANET education outreach assistant Jordan Houdeshell for a weekly Seaside Stories hour in downtown Bangor. The series, which started […]

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2018 Request for Proposals: SEANET Research Mini-Grants

The SEANET program invites proposals for research mini-grants that will result in research projects that create industry/academic partnerships and contribute to the performance metrics of the SEANET/EPSCoR program and the National Science Foundation. The proposals may be submitted by Principal Investigators from academic institutions, governmental agencies, aquaculture related industries or nonprofit research institutions. It is expected that […]

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2018 SEANET Student Spotlight: Tyler Van Kirk

Did you catch our most recent SEANET research spotlight? If not, hop on over to our Vimeo page and meet Tyler Van Kirk, a research fellow at the University of Maine who is “Examining the Threat of an Invasive Species on Shellfish Aquaculture.” Green crabs are the model species for an invasive organism. Green crabs have […]

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Darling Marine Center: Undergraduate Student is “Diving into Aquaculture”

Melissa Britsch shares her reflections on her recently completed Aquaculture Internship at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center in Walpole. Melissa’s internship and the research she conducted was supported by the US National Science Foundation, the US Department of Agriculture through theNortheast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, Maine EPSCoR through the SEANET Research Intensive Farm Program, […]

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Original Research Article: Roche & Rickard

To address gaps in knowledge and to tackle complex social–ecological problems, scientific research is moving toward studies that integrate multiple disciplines and ways of knowing to explore all parts of a system. Yet, how these efforts are being measured and how they are deemed successful is an up-and-coming and pertinent conversation within interdisciplinary research spheres. […]

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