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04.30.2015
In the opening to the GEOTRACES webinar series, Dr. Ben Twining and Dr. Phoebe Lam will invite you in to the world of trace metals and provide a broad look at how these elements are used to understand the ocean's past, present and future.  MORE >>
05.05.2015
This webinar will follow the path of nutrients critical to phytoplankton growth - and explore the question of how that relationship may (or may not) hold a solution to combat climate change.  MORE >>
05.07.2015
This webinar focuses on trace metals and their role in creating oxygen minimum zones - both naturally occurring and influenced by humans.  MORE >>
05.12.2015
Trace metals, such as iron, can travel through the earth's crust and spew into the ocean in gigantic "megaplumes" from hydrothermal vents. Join us as we explore what is being uncovered about the journey of iron around the globe.  MORE >>
05.17.2015 - 05.21.2015
The Keller BLOOM Program provides Maine high school juniors with a hands-on ocean science research experience.  MORE >>
06.08.2015 - 06.19.2015
A short course is being offered at the University of Maine's Darling Marine Center (DMC) for undergraduate and graduate students.  MORE >>
06.22.2015 - 08.14.2015
The Maine EPSCoR program provides Maine high school students with a paid, hands-on opportunity to participate in cutting edge research with faculty, postdocs, and graduate students at the UMaine  MORE >>
07.21.2015 - 07.24.2015
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences is offering a professional development workshop for Maine high school science teachers.  MORE >>
08.23.2015 - 06.06.2016
CSG is now accepting applications from current 9th graders for the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters  MORE >>