Institute Staff and Techs Attend 2018 ANP Science Symposium

  The Acadia National Park Science Symposium was held on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Over 100 people attended the event held at The College of the Atlantic – many being students with an interest in research and science in Acadia National Park. Schoodic Institute staff and field technicians were attendees and presenters. Diana Gurvich (pictured below)

2018 Acadia National Park Science Symposium

Save the date and join us for the annual Acadia National Park Science Symposium on Saturday, October 20th, 8:45-4:30! The symposium will provide a forum to hear about science taking place in the region and to interact and build collaborations with scientists, students, park staff, and others working in a range of fields. Sessions include:Engaging

Guest Blog: A Climate Scientist Reflects

  By Anne Kozak. Anne is a Professor at the College of the Atlantic’s Writing Center, and member of Schoodic Institute’s Advisory Council.   At a recent gathering of Schoodic Institute’s board and members of its advisory council, climate scientist Paul Mayewski discussed how awareness of climate change has progressed, how it could affect Maine’s

In the weeds: thoughts on Ascophyllum nodosum

By Hannah Webber, Schoodic Institute Research and Education Projects Manager Back in late August, I had the opportunity to observe seabird behavior with a group of incoming freshman from UMaine. We watched birds—eiders, mostly—bobbing up, and down, and up, and down, eyes glued to binoculars… and I quickly became seasick. Thankfully, another company of birds