Marine Ecology

August 24, 2022

Advice for pursuing an ecology career after graduation

story + photos by Erica Roche, Summer 2022 Intern from University of Maine In the spring semester of my senior […]

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sunrise over the ocean with trees and grass in foreground
July 29, 2022

Finding home where land meets water

by Jes Hosch, Summer 2022 Intern from University of Minnesota I was born in Duluth, Minnesota, in a hospital room […]

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June 30, 2022

Public invited to help with rockweed science

Media release Schoodic Institute scientists invite the public to join them in the intertidal zone to collect data about rockweed […]

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May 22, 2022

Schoodic Signals of Biodiversity

by Shannon O’Brien and Catherine Schmitt Today is the International Day for Biological Diversity. Here on the Schoodic Peninsula, we […]

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March 23, 2022

Seaweed Field Guide

Women of Acadia’s Intertidal Zone story + photos by Catherine Schmitt On a bright morning in early February, Jordan Chalfant […]

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March 16, 2022

Sand Beach in Winter

story + photos by Catherine Schmitt Snow covers the sand dune, except for the blond tips of beach grass which […]

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March 14, 2022

Five Years of Crowdsourcing Biodiversity Data

by Seth Benz At Schoodic Institute, we believe that science is for everyone, and that everyone can contribute to science. […]

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January 21, 2022

Job Openings for Ecology Field Technicians

We are looking to fill three temporary, full time Field Technician positions for the upcoming 2022 season starting May 31st […]

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January 14, 2022

New Acadia Early-Career Fellowships

Through the generous support of Catherine and James Gero, the National Park Service, Schoodic Institute, and the National Park Foundation […]

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November 22, 2021

Continued investigation of Jonah crabs on Schoodic Peninsula

story and photos by Shannon O’Brien, 2021 Ecology Technician With the sound of retreating tides, the smell of salt spray, […]

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