Story posted July 31, 2012
Over 75 students, faculty and community members attended the workshop
The Coastal Studies Center and Earth and Oceanographic Studies department hosted a two-day workshop in July, focused on the observed trends and variability in the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of the Gulf of Maine.
Scientists have been making continuous observations of this region for deacdes, from hydrology to circulation, nutrients to fisheries, and have identified notable and portent trends and shifts. The workshop, comprising guest lecturers and Bowdoin’s Collin Roesler, associate professor of earth and oceanographic science, convened experts on the region to share their long-term investigations with other experts, students and interested participants.
To learn more about the workshop, see the webpage.