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  • NEWS
    In Age of Trump, Scientists Show Signs of a Political Pulse [New York Times]
    As the Trump administration pushes climate science out of the spotlight, scientists such as Jacquelyn Gill ’05 prepare to throw their hats into the political ring.
  • NEWS
    What It’s Like to Travel By Sailboat Through the Arctic [VICE]
    TOPto TOP, a historic, global sailing expedition documenting the erosive effects of climate change, stops by College of the Atlantic to drop off ocean water samples and temperature data collected during their trip to the Northwest Passage.
  • NEWS
    Changing So what? to Aha!

    As deputy chief of interpretation at Acadia National Park, Christie Denzel Anastasia ’92, seeks to ensure that every visitor intersecting with the park has the best experience possible. What this means is that Christie spends a lot of time behind a computer so that the seventy-odd rangers, volunteers, interns, and partnership program staff she oversees can be outside, doing their jobs.

Events:

March 31st, 2017

April 28th, 2017

  • Apr
    28

    Seminar in Climate Change Speaker Series

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Dr. Daniel Sandweiss, Professor of Anthropology and Quaternary and Climate Climate Studies at University of Maine, Orono, offers a talk on the prehistory of El Niño and its implications for interpreting Andean prehistory.

May 5th, 2017

  • May
    5

    Seminar in Climate Change Speaker Series

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Dr. Ellen Enderlyn of the University of Maine Climate Change Institute visits College of the Atlantic to offer a talk on ice sheet dynamics.

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