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|2400||College of the Atlantic Introduction to Journalism Class, Picturing Community, Fall 2023|
Every year, the COA Intro. to Journalism class spends a few days toward the end of the term practicing photojournalism. In this unit, we strive to find the news around us and present it in eye-catching ways. This PDF contains a sampling of student work from the Spring 2023 class.
Link is to the ESRI home page
|2399||Aroostook Renewable Gateway GIS|
A Geographic Information System designed to enable the public to make their own maps of interest along the proposed Gateway corridor
|2398||River Herring Co-management in Downeast Maine|
a final project for College of the Atlantic's Fisheries, Fishermen, and Fishing Communities course 2023
|2397||River Herring at Wight's Pond|
an outreach piece from College of the Atlantic's Fisheries, Fishermen, and Fishing Communities course 2023
|2396||Lead in taps from public water sources|
This story map provides a brief presentation and discussion of the water quality data collected from 43 taps on the COA campus during 2022. While 28 elements were included in the test, the report focuses mainly on lead levels from various campus taps.
|2395||Reduction of Arsenic in Groundwater by Filtration Systems|
32 private wells in Mount Desert Island were used for this study to analyze the effectiveness of different water treatment systems.
|2394||Housing Inventory and Usage Analysis of Bar Harbor, ME|
High number of tourist every summer and the popularity of Bar Harbor are raising the prices of housing on Bar Harbor making it difficult to find affordable houses; especially for people who want to live in Bar Harbor year round, as the incentives to rent out housing to tourists are high. To understand better how to tackle this housing crisis it is important to understand the housing situation in Bar Harbor better, to later be able to find the right locations for future housing development. [show more]
|2390||Leach's Storm-Petrel Distribution on Great Duck Island|
Great Duck Island (GDI) is a 91-hectare island lying 13 kilometers south of Mount Desert Island in the Gulf of Maine. GDI has a long history of human occupation, and has been farmed, grazed, and lived upon since the early 19th century. Today, approximately 85 hectares of the island are co-owned by TNC and the state of Maine and has been managed as a preserve since 1985. There is a small private inholding on the north end of the island, and the remaining five hectares are owned by the College of the Atlantic (COA). COA manages the Alice Eno Field Station out of the light station on the south end of the island, where students have conducted regular research on the ecology of the island since 1999 (Anderson 2018) [show more]
|2392||College of the AtlanticLand Use Planning and GIS ClassSpring 2020|
An Examination of the Bar Harbor Land Use Ordinance
|2391||Multi-Use Paths on Mount Desert Island|
Nynke's project included conversations with community members and leaders, fieldwork to find abandoned paths, designs of multi-use paths, and map-making in GIS. This project flowed out of an earlier class focused on Active Transportation (Bicycle and Pedestrian) in Bar Harbor in the Spring of 2022. However, this project is not supposed to be about me; I am far from a neutral player that collected information to revitalize Active Transportation advocacy on MDI. [show more]
|2389||North Woods Ways|
North Woods Ways Academic and Recreational Uses
|2388||Hancock County Maine Aerial Image, 2020|
A 2020 leaf-off aerial image with 45cm resolution. From Maine GIS.
|2385||The Geology of National Parks Class, Winter 2023|
'Grand Teton National park is located in Northwestern Wyoming and is home to an abundant variety of flora and fauna, lakes, rivers, and the striking Teton range. The Tetons are the youngest of all the mountain ranges in the Rocky Mountain chain yet are made up of the continent's oldest rocks that date back 3 billion years.'
|2384||River Herring in the Concord River Watershed|
Since long ago, each spring the River Herring swam up the Concord, Sudbury and Assabet Rivers (SUASCO) in unfathomable numbers to spawn. Their numbers turned the sluggish river turbulent with movement, and their masses colored the water black. Nipmuc, Pawtucket, and Massachuset people, their ancestors before them, and later English colonists, treasured these runs for food and fertilizer, and many seasonal communities were once situated at ideal fishing places. The industrial revolution came with largely little heed to the fish or those that used them. [show more]
|2383||The Bale National Park: Harenna Forest, Ethiopia|
The Harenna forest is the largest cloud forest in Ethiopia, located in the southern region of the Bale mountain range. 60⁰ 20' and 60⁰ 50'N
|2382||Lost Trails of Mount Desert Island|
The history of the trail system on Mount Desert Island is complex, dense, and vast. There were many people who were vital to the creation of the hundreds of trails that exist and have existed on Mount Desert Island. Both organizations and individuals contributed to the planning, building, and maintenance of the trails that make up Acadia National Park.
|2381||Nesting Sea Turtles on a Changing Caribbean Island|
The Buck Island Sea Turtle Research Program (BISTRP) is a long-term sea turtle monitoring project that focuses on nesting sea turtles in the Caribbean. BISTRP was initiated by the National Park Service in 1988 after Buck Island was identified as an important nesting beach for sea turtles, in particular for the critically endangered Hawksbill sea turtle. Since 1988, the program has conducted annual monitoring of the nesting sea turtles on Buck Island with the goal of identifying each nesting female, collecting biological data, and tracking nest success on the island. [show more]
|2380||From Lake to Sea: Winter Habitations of Common Loons|
The Common Loon (Gavia immer) has historically been used as an indicator species during it's summer breeding season. More specifically, loons have been used as an indicator for heavy metals, biocontamination, and acidity (Canadian Lakes Loon Survey).
|2379||Interpreting the Songbirds of Great Duck Island, Maine|
Songbirds use islands for breeding and migrating. Great Duck Island is located 10 miles from Mount Desert Island, Maine; it is about 200 acres large and consists of a variety of habitat types.
|2378||Dutton Maple Lot|
Change in seasons, and Mapping the tap lines
|2376||J-Pod Southern Resident Killer Whale Movement|
How vessel traffic, chinook salmon, water quality, climate, and the navy impact how J-Pod moves throughout the Salish Sea
|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.
|2374||College of the Atlantic Land Use Planning and GIS Class Spring 2020|
An Examination of the Bar Harbor Land Use Ordinance
|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.