The Muskie School has launched a monthly lunch and learn research hour which showcases the work of our faculty and researchers. These lunchtime sessions have covered a broad range of topics and have been very well attended by folks from across the University. Presentations have included The future of Casco Bay salt marshes: Using coastal restoration and modeling to guide restoration and policy by Curtis Bohlen, Director of the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership; Little Ice Age catastrophic storms and the destruction of a Shetland Island community by Matthew Bampton, Professor of Geography at Muskie; and Modeling changes in the coastal geomorphology of Unst, Shetland: The implications for Norse/Medieval harbor use in the North Atlantic by John Preston, Ph.D. candidate at the School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh, and a visiting scientist at the Muskie School.
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Muskie School Launches Monthly Research Hour Presentations
Posted January 16, 2018