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    How Listening to Right Whales Could Prevent More Deaths of the Imperiled Species [BDN]
    Using sound to track the presence of North Atlantic right whales could help protect the critically endangered creatures from further deadly interactions with humans, College of the Atlantic Steven K. Katona Chair in Marine Sciences Dr. Sean Todd tells the Bangor Daily News.
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    Research Paints New View of Tropical Forests
    A global study of the deep evolutionary history of tropical forest plant species that includes research by College of the Atlantic plant sciences professor Dr. Susan Letcher is providing a new perspective on the major divisions between tropical forests around the world.
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    Acoustic Techniques Point Toward Better Whale Protection
    Data from a massive study using sound-based ocean monitoring methods could help make the case for enhanced protections for endangered North Atlantic right whales, according to whale researcher Dr. Sean Todd, the College of the Atlantic Steven K. Katona Chair in Marine Sciences.