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UMaine graduate students share their summer collaborations on AMC conservation projects
Graduate Students Asha DiMatteo-LePape and Valeria Briones, at the University of Maine’s NSF National Research Traineeship Program, will share their experiences collaborating with AMC staff over the summer as part of a partnership between AMC and the University of Maine. Both graduate interns worked on components of larger projects such as focusing on enhancing capacity for stream habitat restoration in the Maine Woods Initiative as well as engaging in active science communication to share how growing degree days can be a useful tool to monitor trends in vegetative phenology and climate.

Nov 4, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Valeria Briones
M.S. Student, Forest Resources @University of Maine
Valeria is a trainee in the National Science Foundation - NRT program in Conservation Science. Her research focuses on remote sensing of Maine forest phenology & climate change.
Asha DiMatteo LePape
M.S. Student, Forest Resources @University of Maine
Asha is a trainee in the National Science Foundation - NRT program in Conservation Science. Her MS research is centered on moose and climate change in Maine.