National Parks Traveler highlights UMaine role in dragonfly research

In an article about research about dragonflies and mercury in Acadia National Park, National Parks Traveler noted that the Dragonfly Mercury Project was started in 2009 by researchers at the University of Maine and Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park, as well as Maine students and teachers. It has since expanded to more than 450 sites in 100 National Park Service units and other public lands, engaging thousands of citizen scientists in collecting dragonfly larva.