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|2374||College of the Atlantic Land Use Planning and GIS Class Spring 2020|
An Examination of the Bar Harbor Land Use Ordinance
|2366||Toxic Manufacturing Plants in the United States|
This story map explores toxic manufacturing plants within the United States and how these plants affect the human communities that surround them. It was created in collaboration with Material Research , a low profit organization which provides affordable contract research to mostly non-profit organizations.
|2365||Additions to the Arboretum of Eden|
Developing our arboretum creates more records for future students to refer to, to analyze our campus inventory over time. Our current arboretum contains around 150 different species of woody specimens
Natural Resource Management for Biodiversity. Understanding Scotland's protected habitats and their inhabitants.
|2363||Life on a Barren Rock (Mount Desert Rock)|
Introducing the "Photosynthesizers" of Mount Desert Rock
|2362||Beaver Dam Failure on Mount Desert Island|
Terrain analysis-based risk assessment of beaver-modified wetlands for dam failure during intense precipitation events.
|2361||Leach's Storm-Petrel Distribution on Great Duck Island|
Leach's Storm-Petrels (Hydrobates leucorhous) are Great Duck Island's most cryptic and most populous breeding seabird.
A photo of the Dorr Museum on COA's campus that was the original Acadia park headquarters in the 90's.
A photo of the Gates auditorium taken in spring to show the difference between the old Auditorium and Gates.
|1752||COA Viewbook, 2020-2021|
College of the Atlantic viewbook for the 2020-2021 academic year.
|2295||Quarries in Southwestern Maine|
Some selective quarries and mineralogy of southwestern Maine
|2293||Tracking Great White Sharks in the Gulf of Maine|
Acoustic Receivers are monitoring devices that listen for specific sound wavelengths. When these soundwaves are detected a data point is stored and categorized under a unique ID.
|2292||Tailings Dams in Brazil|
Past, present, and future risks associated with mining dams
|2291||Intense Precipitation in Acadia National Park|
The damage caused by increasingly strong storms because of climate change.
|2290||An Insight into Crime Incidents of Los Angeles|
Crime Analysis of Los Angeles
|2289||Ecovillage Suitability Analysis|
A case study of the most suitable land parcels for an ecovillage development in the Val d'Espoir region of the Gaspé peninsula.
|2288||Hancock County's Fragmented Farmland|
An exploration of current and possible agricultural land on this coastal county in Maine.
|2287||How to Shred Without Getting Shredded|
Avalanche Awareness in the Washington Backcountry
|2286||On Track of the Pale Clouded Yellow Butterfly|
Where it lives and how we might save it
|2285||Bar Harbor Housing Development Potential|
A Reference for the Island Housing Trust
|2284||Mount Desert Rock Oceanography Survey|
A look at oceanographic data around Mount Desert Rock for the 2019 and 2021 seasons
|2283||Where Do Gulls Go?|
Herring gulls are found around the world, not only by the sea, despite often being called "seagulls". There is debate over the herring gull's taxonomic status. American ornithologists lump herring gulls in North America and Europe, while European ornithologists split them. They are often described as scavengers, though there is evidence that individual herring gulls specialize on particular food sources (intertidal, aquaculture, ocean, anthropogenic, freshwater). [show more]
|2282||MDI Intertidal Species Relation with Sediment Types|
Intertidal species set themselves on sediment types based on feeding patterns and protection coverage from predators.
|2281||Algal Blooms and Common Loons in Maine|
Maine has over 6,000 lakes and ponds. These waterbodies are home to a wide range of wildlife and plant species. Maintaining high water quality in Maine’s lakes and ponds is essential to protect the health of these habitats and the species that use them.
|2280||Finding the Birds of Mount Desert Island|
The goal of this project was to identify birding hotspots on Mount Desert Island. To do this, I used data from eBird to determine which birds are most common in each sector. The sectors are areas used by birders during the annual Christmas Bird Count . Birding hotspots are areas that birders go to frequently