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|1750||Cutting down 21 European Black Pine trees|
21 European Black Pine trees being cut down along the edge of COA campus and Route 3 during the Route 3 expansion project.
|2142||Rockweed in Frenchman Bay|
Rockweed is a brown algae found on rocky shores. The most common types of rockweed are within the genus Ascophyllum spp. and Fucus spp. (the latter is shown to the left). They grow slowly and can live from 3 to 15 years before breakage. Rockweeds have fronds that bear air bladders. These 'airbags' help the algae to stand up straight under water. Rockweed lacks true roots, stems, and leaves, and because they lack a vascular system, absorb dissolved nutrients directly through the blades. Rockweed attaches to rocks with a disc-like “holdfast”, and regenerate fronds from remaining holdfasts after a natural disturbance that removes upright fronds. [show more]
|2156||Warbler Sightings on MDI from 1993-2011|
Warbler Sightings on MDI from 1993-2011. Source data from Michael Good via EBird
|2057||Studying Land Features using Drone Imagery|
Studying Chlorophyll Concentration and Land Classification using Drone Imagery
|2062||Nest Site Selection of the Black Guillemot on Great Duck island|
Nesting sites along the rocky berm of Great Duck Island.
|2063||College of the Atlantic Seaside Garden Map|
A map based on a DJI Phantom drone flight.
|2064||Finding Travel Distances of Snakes to Islands on the Coast of Maine|
These maps show attempts to find the shortest distances across the water makes would have to travel from the mainland to various islands.
|2072||Distribution of Four Ground-Dwelling Arthropod Families|
Distribution of Four Ground-Dwelling Arthropod Families in Traps Across Pine Hill and Settlement Quarry, Deer Isle, Maine
|2081||Maine Oyster Trail Pilot Project, Damariscotta River|
A Map showing land use, waterfront access, and other factors important to Oyster aquiculture.