Videos

Spotlight Video: Wabanaki Youth in Science (WaYS) Program

Learn more about the Wabanaki Youth in Science (WaYS) program in our latest Spotlight Video! The WaYS program was developed to provide long-term engagement opportunities for Wabanaki students (6-12 grades) and to encourage persistence in STEM fields through college and into career placements. Together, WaYS and Maine EPSCoR are collaborating with SEANET researchers and tribal […]

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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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SEANET Faculty Spotlight: Brian Beal, Part 1

Dr. Beal is a professor of marine ecology at the University of Maine at Machias. In this latest SEANET Spotlight Video, Dr. Beal describes his work and the balance he’s established between teaching and research, including at the Downeast Institute. Dr. Beal’s research is mostly concentrated on soft-shell clams, but his most recent work includes growth and […]

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SEANET Stakeholder Advisor Spotlight: Ann Boover

Ann Boover is an aquaculture and marine science teacher at the Herring Gut Learning Center. In this latest SEANET Spotlight Video, Ann explains how she teaches children, adolescents, and adults about science and environmental education to create awareness about the world we live in.

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SEANET Stakeholder Advisor Spotlight: Nell Halse

  Watch the latest SEANET Spotlight Video featuring stakeholder advisor, Nell Halse. Nell is the VP of Communications at Cooke Aquaculture, a family-owned aquaculture company based on the East Coast of Canada with facilities all over the world. As a stakeholder, Nell is interested in R&D innovations that can help finfish aquaculture grow in a sustainable […]

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SEANET Stakeholder Spotlight Video: Sebastian Belle

Watch the latest SEANET Spotlight Video featuring one of our stakeholders, Sebastian Belle, executive director of the Maine Aquaculture Association. Belle shares his thoughts on the aquaculture landscape in Maine and how SEANET is contributing to the research occurring in this ever changing field.

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SEANET Spotlight Video Highlights Coupland’s Work

Our latest SEANET Spotlight video highlights the work of Katie Coupland, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center studying oceanography.  Her research focuses on collecting data by using buoy and handheld sensors in the Damariscotta River to collect water samples to better understand the potential for climate impact on aquaculture. By […]

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