Science

Individual rockweeds attached to rocks spread on the floor
February 6, 2020

Answering the question, How much rockweed is there in Maine?

by Hannah Webber On January 28 we assembled a group of people from industry, management, conservation, research, and citizen science […]

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February 3, 2020

Fisichelli named President and CEO

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Nicholas Fisichelli as President and CEO. Fisichelli had been serving as […]

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January 16, 2020

Schoodic Institute Education Update

by Sarah Hooper and Bill Zoellick It’s a new year! In this issue, we bring you up to date on […]

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January 8, 2020

Schedule Updates for the Acadia Winter Festival

Surprise! We’re getting some ice and snow. Weather-related cancellations will be noted on the event page and individual events. Schoodic […]

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January 7, 2020

Gratitude at Year’s Beginning

At the the start of the new year, we look back on the work of our ecology technicians and interns, […]

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rocky shoreline with forest
December 31, 2019

Understory: The Conclusion

Story and photos by Catherine Schmitt Maine is the most forested state in the nation, with more than 90 percent […]

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November 29, 2019

Understory: The Future Forest of Acadia, Part 5

Story and photos by Catherine Schmitt Maine is the most forested state in the nation, with more than 90 percent […]

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Black lines and shapes of a spectrogram– a visualization of sound — of the song of a Winter Wren
November 6, 2019

The Sounds of Schoodic

by Seth Benz As the name suggests, “birdwatching” is heavily slanted toward the visual; less so, toward the auditory. We […]

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two people stand on rocks with wave crashing nearby
October 31, 2019

Communicating Nor’easter vulnerability for three New England parks

by Catherine Schmitt On October 28, 2019, high tide in Acadia National Park was over 12 feet. With a lot […]

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Hallie Daly stands next to spotting scope with tree and ocean i background
October 24, 2019

What’s Flying? at Schoodic Point Sea Watch

Story and photos by Hallie Daly Any morning at Schoodic Point is sure to be serene, with the waves crashing […]

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