shares release about St. Amand’s matrix that IDs at-risk archaeological sites ran a University of Maine media release about Frankie St. Amand’s trial risk-assessment matrix that identifies southern Maine municipalities likely to experience rapid increases in population and infrastructure development related to climate-driven resettlement. If urgent, unplanned climate-driven migration overwhelms state and local protections, the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. student says archeological sites containing artifacts of pre-European, Native American life in Scarborough, Saco, Portland and South Portland are at high moderate risk of being destroyed. St. Amand says that the framework, with some modifications, would be applicable nationwide.