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Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions

Master’s Thesis Defense

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Engaging through valuation: Investigating citizen attitudes impacting program support and exploring ecosystem services values in stakeholder engagement SPEAKER: Emma Fox, EES

SEMINAR – When Stories Leave the NEST: Online Archives for Stakeholder Engagement in Sustainability Science

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Presenters: Tyler Quiring, Research Associate, New England Sustainability Consortium, UMaine Bridie McGreavy, Communication & Journalism, UMaine Sustainability science is an innovative field that relies on collaborative connections among a broad range of academic disciplines, community partners, and public stakeholders. But how can sustainability science produce outputs that tap into the diversity of these connections to […]

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SEMINAR: Fish, Dams and Resilience: Dam(ned) tradeoffs between nature and technology

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

SPEAKER: Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine * See below a list of suggested readings to accompany this seminar. Alewife are small prey fish that spawn in lakes but spend much of their lives in the marine environment and are the subject of restoration efforts throughout Maine. Many alewife today access their spawning habitat through […]

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Ph.D. Proposal Seminar – Jared Homola

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Eco-evolutionary implications of environmental change across heterogeneous landscapes Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Conservation Biology

Seminar – Richard Merrick – Cancelled

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Marine Resource Management in a Changing Climate Richard Merrick, NOAA Seminar: 3pm-4pm Reception and informal discussion: 4pm-5pm Dr. Merrick began serving as Director of Scientific Programs and Chief Science Advisor with NOAA Fisheries in 2011. In this capacity, he leads efforts to provide the science needed to support sustainable fisheries and ecosystems and to continue […]

Black Ash Symposium

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Sharing Traditional and Scientific Knowledge Registration is now open for the Black Ash Symposium to be held at the University of Maine November 5th - 7th, 2014. The unifying theme of the symposium will focus on the biology and ecology of black ash throughout North America. We will be bringing together researchers, state and national […]

Seminar – Dave Owen

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Trading Dams: The Penobscot River Restoration Project and the Future of Dam Law Dave Owen, University of Maine School of Law Professor Owen is the Associate Dean for Research at […]

SSI SEMINAR – Connecting Science with Television with Frank Ferrel

202 Winslow Hall Mitchell Center - UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Desperate Alewives And Culvert Operations: Connecting Science with Television Frank Ferrel, Independent Film ProducerBrett Plymale, Videographer As a scientist or researcher, how do you tell your story? What you present in a peer conference may be very different from how you tell that same story to a television audience. Frank Ferrel, awardwinning writer, producer and […]

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