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UMaine Today Magazine 

Features:

War in the North Woods
War in the North Woods

Maine's beech trees are facing a second wave of disease by foreign invaders, leaving landowners and scientists worried that the species may follow in the footsteps of the chestnut and the elm.

 
Hot Spot
Hot Spot

Polar glaciologists Gordon Hamilton and Leigh Sterns are using high-tech equipment, including NASA satellite technology, to better measure the magnitude and distribution of changes in the Greenland ice sheet.

 
Pleasing Palates
Pleasing Palates

Longtime UMaine food scientist Al Bushway and his colleagues receive hundreds of inquires a year about small-scale food production in the state. The scientists are instrumental in helping Maine's artisanal producers succeed in the specialty food industry.

 
Personal Intervention
Personal Intervention

At the heart of effective school dropout prevention efforts are strong personal connections between students and school personnel, according to Bill Davis, who has been doing research on at-risk students in Maine for more than
two decades.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 7 Issue 1

 

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