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Environmental Studies

Resources

REPORTS

The Kennebec Estuary Report
A Report researched and written by Slade Moore of Biological Conservation and Jaret Reblin of Bowdoin College in 2010

Kennebec Barrier Survey 2010
Prepared by Charles Baeder, Sheepscot River Watershed Council, Dale Finseth, Kennebec Valley Soil & Water Conservation District, and Carrie Kinne, Kennebec Estuary Land Trust

Amenity Investment and Tourist Destination Development
Policy Insights from Three Rural Maine Regions
David Vail, Bowdoin College
August 2010
A Project of the Maine Center for Economic Policy

Economic Development Investments to Realize Rural Maine's Tourism Potential
MECEP Choices, Volume XI, No. 7
july 21, 2010
David Vail, Maine Center for Economic Policy

SSI, Maine's Sustainability Solutions Initiative
Linking Knowledge with Action: A Different Way of Doing Science
Senator George J. Mitchell Center

Solutions, Maine's Sustainability Solutions Initiative, Issue 01, September 2011
Senator George J. MItchell Center

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Maine Rivers, Estuaries and Coastal Fisheries is a collaborative project which brings together scientists and students from Bowdoin College, Bates College, the University of Southern Maine,  the Penobscot East Resource Center, the University of Maine and stakeholders throughout the two watersheds.

CONFERENCES

Save the Date-- Maine Water Conference 2012
March 14, 2012
Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, ME