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Climate Change: In Our Backyard
MPBN: Quest Series, Moving Image, 0:56:45

Using close-to-home examples, the views of leading scientists come alive as they show how climate change can affect almost every aspect of our lives - and in turn, how we affect the climate.

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Climatic changes
Ecology/Energy

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Bioinvasion
MPBN: Quest Series, Moving Image, 00:58:03

As human activity silently globalizes our world, our modern day ecology is under onslaught from spreading alien organisms. These plants and animals are capable of moving aggressively into a habitat and monopolizing resources to the detriment of other species. Can scientists help us win the war against this bio-invasion?

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Invasive species
Ecology

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Gulf of Maine Watershed Map & Gulf of Maine Summit Websites and resources
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Interactive Gulf of Maine Watershed Map : Click on your area on the map and join the discussion; Summit site directs one to the watershed map, Summit information and Summit documents and reports, and to the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment.

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Interactive watershed maps, Gulf of Maine Summit reports and references
Oceanography

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Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment Report Series: Summit Report - Oct. 27, 2004 Fairmont Algonquin Hotel, St. Andrews, New Brunswick
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The 60-page report includes research on the land uses, contaminants and fisheries that could endanger the Gulf of Maine and the Bay of Fundy (from the Bangor Daily News article, 28 Oct 2004)

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Ecology/Energy
Fishing/Fisherman
land uses, fisheries, and contaminants that could endanger the Gulf of Maine and the Bay of Fundy
Oceanography

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Spring
MPBN: Quest Series, Moving Image, 00:58:03

Because spring comes so late to northern New England, things have to happen quickly and profusely. Spring is the time of year that wildlife and plants come to life again and get right to the business of creating new life.

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Spring -- New England
Seasons -- New England
Natural history -- New England
Ecology/Energy

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Underwater video of swimming alewives
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Underwater video of swimming alewives - See following site for background: http://www.gma.org/undersea_landscapes

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Fishing/Fisherman
Underwater video of alewives

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Winter
MPBN: Quest Series, Moving Image, 0:56:43

For those plants and animals that don't migrate south for winter, a lot of preparation goes into getting ready for winter. When it comes to dealing with winter, plants and animals know things we humans don't.

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Winter -- New England
Ecology/Energy
Seasons -- New England
Natural history -- New England

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People of the dawn
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The first and longest lasting period of Maine’s history is the world of the Native American, stretching from the retreat of the last Ice Age, 12,000 years to the present. People of the Dawn tells the story of the dynamic people who’ve inhabited the landscape of Maine.

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Native Americans
Canoes and canoeing
Maliseet Tribe
Micmac Tribe
Penobscot Tribe
Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wabanaki Tribe

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Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System
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Provides information about the Gulf of Maine including current conditions, wave forecasts, views from space, etc.

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Oceanography
Weather -- Maine, Gulf of
Coastal zone management -- Maine, Gulf of
Marine ecology -- Maine, Gulf of

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View Undersea Landscapes
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This innovative website combines three-dimensional computer models of the Gulf of Maine's many landscapes with stunning underwater photography. This website has important background information on the Gulf of Maine, which provides context for first-time "visitors." From here, visitors can learn about three fascinating aquatic species (lobsters, alewives, and brook trout) and two physical environments (the Bay of Fundy and Cashes Ledge).

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Earth Sciences
Oceanography
Geology -- Maine, Gulf of
Maine, Gulf of
Landscape ecology
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