Graduate Student Wins Video Competition

Bess Koffman, a University of Maine Ph.D. student who works with Karl Kreutz, a UMaine professor in the School of Earth and Climate Sciences and the Climate Change Institute, recently won the “Lights, Camera, Science” student video contest sponsored by the American Geophysical Union. Koffman and Thomas Bauska of Oregon State, who made the 4 […]

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Mapping the empire

Mapping the Empire

A geography professor’s historical research traces Britain’s ambitious efforts to survey its North American holdings.

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Stancioff, Bisson Present at Phenology Conference

Esperanza Stancioff, climate change educator for the University of Maine Cooperative Extension/Maine Sea Grant, and Beth Bisson, assistant director for outreach and education for Maine Sea Grant, recently presented at the 2012 International Phenology Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. The presentation, “Signs of the Seasons: A Maine Phenology Program — Linking Research, Climate […]

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UMaine-based Maine EPSCoR “Sustainable Maine” Episodes to Air

Three new episodes in the “Sustainable Maine” series will premiere beginning on Sept. 27 and in the coming weeks on the Maine Public Broadcasting Network (MPBN). The Season 2 episodes are part of a continuing partnership between Maine EPSCoR at the University of Maine and MPBN. The series takes a look at Maine’s involvement in […]

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