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    Historical ecology and intertidal algae at Acadia
    College of the Atlantic students explore and update century-old research on Acadia National Park’s most miniscule inhabitants to see what new patterns might be emerging as the Maine Coast feels the effects of climate change.
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    Assessing Plankton Populations in Frenchman Bay

    Tiny plankton, the powerhouse of the Atlantic Ocean, are the focus of a year-long water quality monitoring study designed by Analise Wittenberg ’20 as part of her College of the Atlantic senior project. The data can tell us a lot about the health of local waters.

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    The Gulf of Maine is warming, and its whales are disappearing [NPR]
    Whales face a perilous situation as rapidly rising water temperatures affect their food sources, habitats, and migration patterns, College of the Atlantic Steven K. Katona Chair in Marine Sciences Dr. Sean Todd tells National Public Radio as part of their series, From Miami To Maine: Adapting To a Changing Climate.