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|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.
|2362||Beaver Dam Failure on Mount Desert Island|
Terrain analysis-based risk assessment of beaver-modified wetlands for dam failure during intense precipitation events.
|2292||Tailings Dams in Brazil|
Past, present, and future risks associated with mining dams
|2291||Intense Precipitation in Acadia National Park|
The damage caused by increasingly strong storms because of climate change.
|2290||An Insight into Crime Incidents of Los Angeles|
Crime Analysis of Los Angeles
|2287||How to Shred Without Getting Shredded|
Avalanche Awareness in the Washington Backcountry
|1758||Oral history interview with Vanessa Taylor, May 16, 2020|
In this interview, alumnx Vanessa Taylor, College of the Atlantic class of 2019, shares her experience of leaving Bar Harbor, Maine to return to her home country of Colombia. Taylor speaks about working to complete her OPT (Optional Practical Training) abroad, quarantining with her father in a new apartment, all while navigating emotions around being apart from her partner, friends, and family, as well as the emotional toll of the pandemic. Use link in Web Resource field to access audio file. [show more]
|1755||Oral history with Sara Wagner, October 1, 2020|
In this interview, student Sara Wagner, College of the Atlantic class of 2023, discusses her experience during the COVID-19 pandemic living in her home country of Italy. Use link in Web Resource field to access audio file.
|2112||Oral history with Micaela Sueldo Glattli, November 18, 2020|
In this interview, student Micaela Sueldo Glattli, College of the Atlantic class of 2021, discusses her experiences during the early months of the COVID-19 global pandemic moving from Bar Harbor back home to Bolivia, while continuing classes virtually, and eventually finding a flight to Colombia to be with her partner. Use link in Web Resource field to access audio file.
|1759||Oral history with Vanessa Taylor, November 18, 2020|
In this interview, alumnx Vanessa Taylor, College of the Atlantic class of 2019, returns for a 6-month follow up interview where she discusses finding work in Colombia, moving into an apartment with her partner, and continuing to navigate the pandemic. Use link in Web Resource field to access audio file.
|2114||Oral history with Vonnie Love, April 21, 2021|
In this interview, student Vonnie Love, College of the Atlantic class of 2021, discusses her experience during the COVID-19 pandemic living in Florida and Washington, D.C. while attending remote classes. Use link in Web Resource field to access audio file.
|2113||Oral history with Micaela Sueldo Glattli, April 16, 2021|
In this follow-up interview, student Micaela Sueldo Glattli, College of the Atlantic class of 2021, discusses navigating the holidays and graduation from college during the pandemic, as well as feeling about the vaccine. Use link in Web Resource field to access audio file.
|2040||Planning for Climate Change in Denmark|
This GIS story map introduces you to Denmark and the current climate politics in the country. We will then have a look at Denmark in a global context and finally, examine how GIS can help us when we are "Planning for climate change in Denmark".
|1733||Getting ready for Hillary Rodham Clinton at the Champlain Institute|
A set stage in Gates Auditorium is ready to virtually host Hillary Rodham Clinton, the keynote speaker of the Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
|1734||Tent on the north lawn|
One tent among many being put up around campus to provide the communtiy covered outdoor gathering spaces, as well as spaces for conducting COVID-19 testing.
|1747||The 4th of July, 2020|
A short personal reflection on the fourth of July during Stephanie's summer internship on a farm at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale, CO.
|2007||Pandemic diary excerpts from Susan G. Letcher, Professor of Plant Biology|
A transcription of Susan's journal entries from March 17-April 8, 2020.
|1756||A Human Ecology Film, November 11, 2020|
"This piece is a commentary on the many different and shifting facets of our life in 2020. In short, we try to create this commentary by juxtaposing all the things that are happening at this moment in time. To do this we’ve overlaid videos that we’ve taken around College of the Atlantic campus and Acadia with found footage, poetry we wrote, and piano improvised for this specific video." -Isaiah Osborn
|1760||COVID-19 Testing Sign at Deering Common, October 5, 2020|
COVID-19 testing sign outside of Deering Common where COVID-19 testing was conducted weekly during the 2020-2021 academic season.
|1764||Class Gathered Around a Fire, March 11, 2021|
A group of students and faculty member John Anderson gather around a fire on the college's front lawn.
|1763||Meal Delivery Van, October 7, 2020|
COA van departing Take-A-Break (the college dining hall) filled with bins of pre-packaged meals to be delivered to the college dorms.
|1762||COVID-19 Coordinator Deb DeForest, October 5, 2020|
COVID-19 Coordinator Deb DeForest placing a sticker on a nose swab test tube during routine COVID-19 testing conducted on campus.
|1761||Nose Blowing Station Sign inside Deering Common, October 5, 2020|
Nose blowing station sign inside of Deering Common where COVID-19 testing was conducted weekly during the 2020-2021 academic season.