Videos

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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SEANET Spotlight Video Highlights Quigley’s Work

Our latest SEANET Spotlight video highlights the work of Charlotte Quigley, a PhD student in marine biology. Charlotte is studying alaria (a kelp) and ways to make it more viable with changing temperatures. Watch the video on our Vimeo site.

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SEANET Spotlight Video Highlights Gorse’s Work

Our latest SEANET Spotlight highlights the work of Libby Gorse, a PhD student in civil engineering. Libby is studying the the effects aquaculture farms have on the sediment which lies below the farms. View the video on Vimeo.

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