Tag: Maine

30-Year Bird Study Findings Released

The 30-year Bird Study releases final report!  News from the 2024 Cooperative Forestry Research Unit (CFRU) Spring Newsletter The project team for the CFRU-supported 30-Year Bird Study released their final findings in early March 2024. The study was lead by John Hagan of Our Climate Common and included a number of scientists from the original study. […]

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Hiring: Research Associate-AmeriFlux Site Manager

The Center for Research on Sustainable Forests is seeking a highly motivated Research Associate to manage the AmeriFlux site at Howland Research Forest, central Maine, USA. The position is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Howland Forest aimed at maintaining the site as an active research location. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: (1) Conduct data analyses and […]

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Forests & Forest Products Specialist Opening Announced

The University of Maine recently established an office of climate science information coordination, the Maine Climate Science Information Exchange (MCSIE), which will include three Specialists with expertise in different critical sectors of Maine’s natural resource-based economy. MCSIE will focus on research and science capacity discovery, information coordination, and relationship building to support the implementation of […]

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Weiskittel to Speak at State of AI in Maine Event

The State of AI in Maine Event co-hosted by the The Roux Institute and the Institute for Experiential AI The State of AI in Maine will celebrate the release of a report by the Roux Institute and the Institute for Experiential AI (EAI) at Northeastern University exploring Maine’s early and surprising AI breakthroughs. Leaders will […]

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photo from top of Howland tower

Carbon Flux at Howland Forest Focus of Maine Public Story

Maine Public focuses on Howland Forest as part of their series “Climate Driven: A deep dive into Maine’s response, one county at a time.” Howland Forest is a long-term research site focusing on fluxes of carbon dioxide, methane, water, and energy, as well as other terrestrial processes, to better understand the forest carbon cycle, particularly […]

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