Tag Archives: Climate change

Brown Bag: Birds, trees, and seaweed: What studying history might tell us about the future

Long-term data are imperative to understanding the ecosystems of Acadia and how they are changing over time. On Thursday, November 21, 2019, the Schoodic Institute Science and Education team shares stories of historical studies from the sea, land, and air and their work at Schoodic Institute. Bring your questions for the Q&A session and help […]

Earthwatch – Climate Change: Sea to Trees at Acadia National Park Team 8

Help keep Acadia National Park healthy for the animals that call it home and the millions of people who come to visit it each year. The granite mountains and craggy coasts of the islands that make up Acadia are famous for their beauty and their wildlife. This is classic, unspoiled New England. Schoodic Institute at […]

Earthwatch – Climate Change: Sea to Trees at Acadia National Park Team 7

Help keep Acadia National Park healthy for the animals that call it home and the millions of people who come to visit it each year. The granite mountains and craggy coasts of the islands that make up Acadia are famous for their beauty and their wildlife. This is classic, unspoiled New England. Schoodic Institute at […]

Earthwatch – Climate Change: Sea to Trees at Acadia National Park Team 6

Help keep Acadia National Park healthy for the animals that call it home and the millions of people who come to visit it each year. The granite mountains and craggy coasts of the islands that make up Acadia are famous for their beauty and their wildlife. This is classic, unspoiled New England. Schoodic Institute at […]

Earthwatch – Climate Change: Sea to Trees at Acadia National Park Team 5

Help keep Acadia National Park healthy for the animals that call it home and the millions of people who come to visit it each year. The granite mountains and craggy coasts of the islands that make up Acadia are famous for their beauty and their wildlife. This is classic, unspoiled New England. Schoodic Institute at […]

Earthwatch – Climate Change: Sea to Trees at Acadia National Park Team 3

Help keep Acadia National Park healthy for the animals that call it home and the millions of people who come to visit it each year. The granite mountains and craggy coasts of the islands that make up Acadia are famous for their beauty and their wildlife. This is classic, unspoiled New England. Schoodic Institute at […]

Earthwatch – Climate Change: Sea to Trees at Acadia National Park Team 1

Help keep Acadia National Park healthy for the animals that call it home and the millions of people who come to visit it each year. The granite mountains and craggy coasts of the islands that make up Acadia are famous for their beauty and their wildlife. This is classic, unspoiled New England. Schoodic Institute at […]

Brown Bag: Maple Trees and Changing Weather: Is Climate Change Affecting the Maple Industry?

Weather changes are affecting many agricultural industries.  Are forest ecosystems affected by changes in temperature and precipitation trends?  Is the maple syrup industry going to change as a result of changing weather?  Kathryn Hopkins of the Maine Cooperative Extension Service explores the suspected long-term effects of climate change and the strategies that producers may employ […]

Sierra Magazine Reports on Schoodic Institute Forest Research

  “We are working with forests at Schoodic Institute to understand how climate change will affect trees, and what measures we can take to foster healthy forests in the future,” said Schoodic Institute’s Director of Science, Dr. Nick Fisichelli in response to a recent story by Madeline Ostrander of Sierra Magazine. The article published this […]

Convergence 2018: The Economic & Biodiversity Values of Conservation in Downeast Maine

CONVERGENCE 2018 The Economic and Biodiversity Values of Conservation in Downeast Maine Friday, November 2, 9:00 – 3:00 • Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute campus, Winter Harbor Maine. A day to share two new tools developed by DCN and partners – “The Value of Conserved Lands in Downeast Maine” economic study and the Biodiversity Resiliency Mapping […]