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|2006||Where the Wild Things Were|
Human Impacts on Wilderness in the Continental United States
|2049||Standing Stones and other Megaliths of St Just|
A record of the Neolithic and Bronze Age archeological sites and monuments of Saint Just, Brittany.
|2147||Rocks and Minerals in Maine|
The Rocks and Minerals class of Fall, 2021 taught by Sarah Hall has created an exhibit in the Dorr museum showcasing their collections. These collections are samples of a range of rocks and minerals found in Maine which, when viewed, show the incredible and fascinating world of geology. Should you like to learn more about the places the class collected from, this website is a supplement to the map placed in the Dorr Museum.
|2295||Quarries in Southwestern Maine|
Some selective quarries and mineralogy of southwestern Maine
|1713||Mother's Day 2020|
Mother's Day, May 10, 2020. 40 degrees Fahrenheit, 25 mph wind. Our walk at Stone Barn Farm. Stone Barn Farm in the foreground, Peggy Rockefeller Farm in the background.
|2033||Lake Erie Microplastics|
an interactive look at Lake Erie and its watershed using data that Adam collected
|2273||Ground Mounted PV Solar Suitability on Mount Desert Island|
A suitability analysis of open land for ground-mounted solar
An investigation of space taken by Golf
|2050||Geology and Humanity of Oahu|
According to the University of Hawaii’s Honolulu Climate Change Commission, Oahu is the most at risk from sea-level rise compared to all other Hawaiian islands. By the middle of the century, a report assembled by the commission warned that regular high tide flooding with 3.2ft of local sea-level rise would put 18 miles of coastal road and 4000 settlements at risk (Westfall, 2018).
|2289||Ecovillage Suitability Analysis|
A case study of the most suitable land parcels for an ecovillage development in the Val d'Espoir region of the Gaspé peninsula.
|1749||Cēsu Pluriversitāte: (un)learning through the landscape, June 28, 2020|
In the midst of the current climate (COVID) our orbit has become smaller, but not less valuable. Limitations can bring to the surface observations that would not have been visible before. The familiar paths within the neighborhood hold unnoticed details, questions, and knowledge. Landscapes consist of natural and human shaped relics that mark human values and skills. However, the familiar sometimes feels so known that we stop observing the way new landscapes draw curiosity. Can we unlearn the knowledge that clouds our minds for new thinking? When we aim for a deeper connection with the outer we can also better understand the inner landscape. They are inseparable and by changing one - we shape both. [show more]
|2084||College of the Atlantic Main Campus Map, Online|
An online GIS map containing many interesting layers representing the physical campus.
|2374||College of the Atlantic Land Use Planning and GIS Class Spring 2020|
An Examination of the Bar Harbor Land Use Ordinance
|1727||COA Community Garden closure sign|
Gardening in the time of COVID-19. The COA Community Garden gate padlocked with a "garden closed" sign.