Maine-based journalist and author Murray Carpenter kicks off the Spring 2017 Mitchell Center Seminar series on January 23.
Future of Dams researchers in Rhode Island discuss the community issues surrounding their work with ecoRI News.
The problem is rare in New Hampshire and Maine, but will likely become a bigger problem.
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UNH scientists are close to being able to predict when oysters in NH’s Great Bay Estuary may be at risk of being infected with a bacteria that has sickened consumers throughout the Northeast.
The New York Times story "Taking Down Dams and Letting the Fish Flow" features NEST scientist Joe Zydlewski's work on fish movement and migration as part of the Penobscot River Restoration Project.
Learn about how a NEST research team uses storms in Wells, Maine to gain insight on rainfall and water quality patterns.
UMaine Ph.D. student Andrew Newcomb banks his future on the Future of Dams.
Students at the University of New Hampshire teamed up this summer to help protect the Great Bay and its burgeoning oyster industry.
Speakers include Dr. Francis Magilligan, Dartmouth College, and Dr. Arthur Gold, URI.
Mark your calendars for the Mitchell Center's Fall 2016 seminars - this semester's speakers are set to discuss a wide range of engaging topics in natural resources and sustainability.