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  • NEWS
    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 new series, From Miami To Maine: Adapting To a Changing Climate.
  • NEWS
    Learning the Ropes: Students Build Boating Skills in Real Time
    Working as crew members aboard College of the Atlantic’s marine research boat M/V Osprey, Jenny Reichart ’20 and Uakevelua “Nice” Munekamba ’20 experience the highs and lows of life on the ocean.
  • NEWS
    The Skeletons Are Out of the Closet
    An exhibit at the Smithsonian-affiliated Abbe Museum highlighting the relationship of Maine’s indigenous Wabanaki people to their environment utilizes a rich collection of marine mammal bones curated by Leah Rubin ’19 during her work with the College of the Atlantic George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History.

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