News of Maine's Coast and Islands
“We spent four years gathering social data to match the scale of the ecological data.”—Heather Leslie
Gulf of Maine temperature trends and variability during the past 11,000 years will be the focus of a five-year study led by a University of Maine paleo-oceanographer
“Bones!” a student exclaimed. “More bones!” another echoed.
Today, Gammelin employs about 60 people in fabrication, architectural stonework, construction, and quarrying.
The building—to house science laboratories, flexible lecture halls, faculty offices, art and design studios, a teaching greenhouse, and gathering spaces within a two-story space enclosed by glass façades—is designed to passive house standards.
The network will strive to offer customers with internet, television, voice services, and fulfill an increasing demand for telehealth services.
Kendra Jo Grindle
In art class, some studied scrimshaw and carved their own version in bars of soap.
Jacquelyn Gill stood entranced inside a permafrost cave in Siberia. Woolly mammoth tusks protruded through glistening walls. A lion cub, dead for 30,000 or more years, appeared as if it was napping.
The Penobscot Marine Museum has rehoused and cataloged four collections documenting quintessential 19th and 20th century Maine industries...