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 Photo: A. Kuykendall

Photo: A. Kuykendall

 Photo: A. Kuykendall, UMaine

Photo: A. Kuykendall, UMaine

Market Value - UMaine Today Magazine, Spring/Summer 2017

Jason Bolton is one of UMaine Extension’s go-to resource people. The research and expertise he shares makes the difference in new product development, food companies’ growth and homemakers’ peace of mind...

The company we keep - UMaine Today Magazine, Spring/Summer 2017

Childhood friends are important because they help shape the way we think, the way we see the world and the behaviors we engage in. In many ways, we are the company we keep — the good and the bad...

 Photo: H. Haverkamp

Photo: H. Haverkamp

 Photo: RRUFF project

Photo: RRUFF project

Preserving Maine's ancient coastal heratige - UMaine News, July 26, 2017

Maine’s coastline is dotted with more than 2,000 archaeologically documented shell middens and virtually all of them are eroding into the ocean, some quite rapidly, which is putting valuable records of Maine’s cultural and environmental history at risk...

In a warmer world, expect the wet to get wetter, the dry to get drier - UMaine News, May 31, 2017

As the world warms due to human-induced climate change, variations in the global distribution of rainfall can be expected, impacting water resources in many places on Earth according to a new study published in the journal Science Advances...

Anthropocene mineralogy and the dawn of a new geological epoch - UMaine News, March 1, 2017

There are roughly 5,200 officially recognized minerals on planet Earth according to the International Mineralogical Association (IMA). Two of which — Edgrewite and hydroxyledgrewite — are named after University of Maine mineralogist and petrologist Edward Grew...

 

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