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|2377||Northern Pacific Sound Pollution|
The longest distance a human shout has been heard from is just over 10 miles, and that scream happened over a lake. Researchers have estimated that a whale scream, or more so a song, can be heard from over 10,000 miles away! Though we can't always hear these songs because of their low frequencies, whales can listen and respond to each other from oceans away.
|2375||Pancho Cole shooting a television|
Student, Pancho Cole putting a color TV out of it's misery with an unloaded revolver in the old student lounge.
|2374||College of the Atlantic Land Use Planning and GIS Class Spring 2020|
An Examination of the Bar Harbor Land Use Ordinance
|2373||Town Hill Hannaford Proposal-Digital fly-through model|
During May 2008, students taking a class in Land Use Planning taught by Isabel Mancinelli and Gordon Longsworth at College of the Atlantic identified some major planning issues for Town Hill.
|2372||Working with the Ellsworth Green Plan|
Land Use Planning and GIS 2018 College of the Atlantic
|2371||Ellsworth Culverts and Stormwater Management|
Inventory of existing infrastructure Impervious Surface and Hydraulic Analyses “Pinch Points” Culvert prioritization system Emergencies Maintenance Stream and stream crossings survey Potential growth area analysis Stormwater management strategies
|2370||Land Use Analysis for New COA Properties: Peggy Rockefeller Farm and Cox Protectorate|
A study by the COA Landuse Planning Class
|2369||Salisbury CoveOptions and Alternatives for Future Development|
A Report by College of the Atlantic Advanced Land Planning Studio Winter 2009
|2368||Geographic Information Systems for Comprehensive Planning:Town of Mount Desert|
An inventory, analysis and illustration addressing Growth Management Goals
|2367||Shaping the Future of High Street in Ellsworth|
A study conducted by The College of the Atlantic Watershed Planning Class on behalf of the Town of Ellsworth November 2002
|2366||Toxic Manufacturing Plants in the United States|
This story map explores toxic manufacturing plants within the United States and how these plants affect the human communities that surround them. It was created in collaboration with Material Research , a low profit organization which provides affordable contract research to mostly non-profit organizations.
|2365||Additions to the Arboretum of Eden|
Developing our arboretum creates more records for future students to refer to, to analyze our campus inventory over time. Our current arboretum contains around 150 different species of woody specimens
Natural Resource Management for Biodiversity. Understanding Scotland's protected habitats and their inhabitants.
|2363||Life on a Barren Rock (Mount Desert Rock)|
Introducing the "Photosynthesizers" of Mount Desert Rock
|2362||Beaver Dam Failure on Mount Desert Island|
Terrain analysis-based risk assessment of beaver-modified wetlands for dam failure during intense precipitation events.
|2361||Leach's Storm-Petrel Distribution on Great Duck Island|
Leach's Storm-Petrels (Hydrobates leucorhous) are Great Duck Island's most cryptic and most populous breeding seabird.
|2300||Oral history of Ann Peach, transcript|
Interviewed by Annette Dreier on October 13, 1982 in Bar Harbor, Maine.
|2360||COA Newsletter, January 1, 1975|
|2359||COA Newsletter, November 1, 1974|
|2358||COA Newsletter, August 15, 1974|
|2357||COA Newsletter, April 12, 1974|
|2356||COA Newsletter, 1974|
|2355||COA Newsletter, October 1, 1974|
|2354||COA Newsletter, April 1973|
|2353||COA Newsletter, March 15, 1973|