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  • NEWS
    How one Tiny Maine Island Prepares Budding Scientists for a Warmer World [BDN]
    Though it has been consistently occupied for nearly 200 years, this small, treeless island 20 miles off the coast of Maine has never been all that habitable to humans and is expected to become even less so. With the Gulf of Maine warming faster than most oceans around the world, College of the Atlantic’s remote research station is on the front lines of climate change.
  • NEWS
    Mapping the Outer Islands: Geology Project Digs Deep
    Geological explorations bring College of the Atlantic senior Spencer Gray to regional scientific conferences to discuss new findings made near COA’s offshore research stations on Great Duck Island and Mount Desert Rock.
  • NEWS
    Island Journals: Mount Desert Rock

    Battered by waves, coursed by wind night and day, Mount Desert Rock’s location—twenty-one miles out to sea—makes it an excellent platform for studying whales, seals, and other marine life.

Events:

August 6th, 2018

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    Students use a rigid hull inflatable to travel from College of the Atlantic’s MV Osprey to the COA Edward McC. Blair...

    Osprey: John Bapst Trip To Mount Desert Rock

    All Day, College of the Atlantic Pier At 25 miles out to sea, Mount Desert Rock is home to the most remote lighthouse along the east coast of North America as well as College of the Atlantic’s Edward McC. Blair Marine Research Station.

August 9th, 2018

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    Edward McC. Blair Marine Research Station on Mount Desert Rock

    Osprey: Mount Desert Rock

    All Day, College of the Atlantic Pier Osprey transports people, supplies, and equipment to and from the Edward McC. Blair Marine Research Station, 25 miles out to sea, on a weekly basis during the summer.

August 23rd, 2018

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    Mount Desert Rock, home to COA’s Edward McC. Blair Marine Research Station, is a remote, treeless island approximate...

    Osprey: Mount Desert Rock

    All Day, College of the Atlantic Pier Osprey transports people, supplies, and equipment to and from the Edward McC. Blair Marine Research Station, 25 miles out to sea, on a weekly basis during the summer.