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    Rising Seas | New England Climate Change (Yankee Magazine)
    In the morning fog the captain moors his boat, Osprey. We can’t see Great Duck Island, which is only 250 feet away. The 46-foot boat, which belongs to College of the Atlantic, is bringing professor John Anderson and four students back to the island this morning, 16 miles from Bar Harbor, Maine, to continue their bird research.
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    2017’s Most Popular Content [American Scientist]
    Coming in at #3, College of the Atlantic W. H. Drury Professor of Ecology and Natural History John G.T. Anderson’s “Why Ecology Needs Natural History” argues that most theoretical breakthroughs are preceded by the kind of deep observational work that has fallen out of vogue in the past half century.
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    Why Ecology Needs Natural History [American Scientist]
    We must incorporate more natural historic observation into modern scientific inquiry, says John G.T. Anderson, the W.H. Drury Professor of Ecology and Natural History at College of the Atlantic.

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