Presentations

Coming Up

“Androscoggin River and its Relationship to the Gulf of Maine”
Museum L/A, Lewiston, ME
Androscoggin River Watershed Council
December 5

“Who Doesn’t Love Alewives?”
Museum L/A, Lewiston, ME
Beverly Johnson, Bates College
Lynne Lewis, Bates College
December 5 at 6 p.m.

Fall 2013

“Assisting Alewives at Nequasset
Nequasset Meeting House, Woolwich, ME
Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine
Ta Herrera, Bowdoin College
Beverly Johnson, Bates College
Theodore Willis, University of Southern Maine
September 26

“Cafe Scientifique”
She Doesn’t Like the Guthries Restaurant, Lewiston, ME
Theodore Willis, University of Southern Maine
October 3

Spring 2012

“Historical Alewife Predation by Four Gadids, Atlantic Cod, Haddock, White Hake, and Pollock in Muscongus Bay and Penobscot Bay”
Atlantic Salmon Federation Annual Meeting, Bangor, ME
Ted Ames, Bowdoin College
January 1

“Resilience thinking: Ecological recovery in coastal maine”
Bowdoin College Faculty Seminar Series – inaugoral lecture for Samuel S. Butcher chair
John Lichter, Bowdoin College
February 1

“Sustaining a Community Scale Fishery in the Gulf of Maine: Ecological and Policy Issues”
Penobscot East Resource Center Winter Colloquy, Stonington, ME
Ted Ames, Bowdoin College
February 14

“Ecological recovery in coastal Maine”
Univeristy of Maine – Orono, Wildlife Department Seminar
John Lichter, Bowdoin College
February 20

“Studying fish growth: Bioenergetics modeling of Atlantic cod in the Kennebec-Androscoggin marine system”
UROP Fellows Symposium
Undergraduate project by Miguel Barajas
Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine
February 27, University of Southern Maine

“Many goals – one vision for the Androscoggin and Kennebec Rivers. An overview of the status of river restoration projects and programs”
Maine Water Conference
Eileen Johnson, University of Maine
March 3

“Panel Presentation: Linking research to action. An overview of what research can tell us about the potential for the Androscoggin and Kennebec Rivers”
Maine Water Conference
Overview of Bowdoin/Bates/USM SSP project
Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine
March 14

“Studying fish growth: Bioenergetics modeling of Atlantic cod in the Kennebec-Androscoggin marine system”
Maine State House Undergraduate Research Day
Undergraduate project by Miguel Barajas
Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine
March 23

“Resilience thinking: Ecological recovery in coastal Maine”
Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
John Lichter, Bowdoin College
May 12

“River and Marine Ecosystems: An Unexpected Connection”
Waterman’s Hall, North Haven, ME
Ted Ames, Bowdoin College
August 3

“River and Marine Ecosystems: An Unexpected Connection”
Marine Environmental Research Institute, Summer Junior Intern Program
Ted Ames, Bowdoin College
August 8

Fall 2011

“The Changing Population Structure of Gulf of Maine Haddock”
2011 American Fisheries Society Symposium, Seattle, WA
Ted Ames, Bowdoin College
September 11

 “The role of knowledge to action in facilitating engagement among river restoration stakeholders”
Maine EPSCoR Conference
Eileen Johnson, University of Maine
September 23

“Studying fish growth: Bioenergetics modeling of Atlantic cod in the Kennebec-Androscoggin marine system”
SSI Fall Meeting
Undergraduate project by Miguel Barajas
Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine
September 26

“1920s Gadids and Alewives: A Unique Predation Relationship”
The 8th William R. and Lenore Mote 2011 Symposium, Sarasota, FL
Ted Ames, Bowdoin College
November 9

 “Panel Moderator & Presenter: Lessons Learned: Sustainable Partnerships- Researchers and Stakeholders”
Many Rivers, One Estuary Symposium
Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine
November 17

“Tracking Changes in Maine’s Water Classification Program: Following Twenty Five Years of Water Classification Changes on the Kennebec and Androscoggin Rivers.”
Many Rivers, One Estuary Symposium
Eileen Johnson, University of Maine
November 17

“Studying fish growth: Bioenergetics modeling of Atlantic cod in the Kennebec-Androscoggin marine system”
Many Rivers, One Estuary Symposium
Undergraduate project by Miguel Barajas
Karen Wilson, University of Southern Maine
November 17

“Many Rivers, One Estuary”“Ecological Recovery in Coastal Maine”
Lecture for the Appalachian Mountain Club
John Lichter
January 17th, Curtis Memorial Library,  Brunswick, ME

“Ecological Recovery in Coastal Maine”
Lecture fort the Coastal Conservation Association
John Lichter
November 14th, Freeport Maine

Translating Knowledge into Action

A Symposium connecting stakeholders and researchers within the Androscoggin and Kennebec watersheds

Thursday, November 17, 2011
8:30 am-2:00 pm
Daggett Lounge, Thorne Hall
Bowdoin College

This symposium is free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust, Merrymeeting Bay Trust, EPScoR, NSF, Bates, Bowdoin and the University of Southern Maine, and the Sustainability Solutions Initiative at the University of Maine.

 

“The role of Knowledge to Action in facilitating engagement among stakeholders associated with river restoration within the Kennebec and Androscoggin watersheds.”
September 26, 2011
Maine EPSCoR COnference, University of Maine
Eileen Johnson, UMaine and Bowdoin College

Desperate Alwives” on Maine Watch
September 27th, 2011
8:30 PM

Spring 2011

“Ecological recovery in Maine’s waterways and nearshore marine ecosystems”
February 18, 2011
Harvard Forest, Petersham MA
John Lichter, Ted Ames, Bowdoin College

“Connecting healthy rivers to fisheries restoration”
February 23, 2011
Naturalist forum, Maine Audubon, Falmouth ME
Ted Ames

Sustainability Science Workshop: Brown Bag Discussion
March 14, 2011
University of Maine, Orono
presentation by John Lichter

Maine Water Conference
March 16, 2011
Civic Center, Augusta MA

Presentation on Alewives and Groundfish
April 14, 2011
Port Clyde CSF Whole Foods, Brunswick, ME

Wabanaki Conference
April 15, 2011

  • Native American Issues and Academia re. marine fisheries, alewives, and forestry. Presentation by Jon Lichter and Ted Ames.

Eastern Gulf of Maine Sentinel Groundfish Hook Fishery Discussion
April 18, 2011
Woods Hole, MA
Director Nancy Thompson, Fred Serchuk, Richard Merrick, Michael Fogarty, Paul Rago, Frank Almeida, Virginia Reed, Jennifer Mindek, and Ted Ames

Environmental History of Fisheries Workshop
April 28, 2011
Bowdoin College Environmental Science Common Room, Brunswick ME
presentation by Ted Ames and Jay Taylor

Cod and Alewives Discussion
May 19, 2011
College of the Atlantic’s McCormick Lecture Hall, Bar Harbor ME
presentation by Ted Ames

“Analyzing storm surge and sea level rise to determine coastal vulnerability in Brunswick and Harpswell, Maine”
June 23, Burlington, VT
Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences
presentation by Phil Camill

Fall 2010

Kennebec Estuary Land Trust Lecture Series, Maine Maritime Museum

  • Ecological Recovery and the SSP project, John Lichter, Bowdoin College
    Of Time and a River, Franklin Burroughs, Bowdoin College
    September 23
  • Economics of a Healthy Ecosystem
    October 27, 2010
    Lynne Lewis and Zach Ross, Bates College
    Guillermo Herrera, Bowdoin College
  • The Science Behind Restoration of a Fishery
    November 17
    Ted Ames, Bowdoin College and Penobscot East Resource Center
    Theodore Willis, University of Southern Maine

National Ocean Symposium
Bowdoin College
October 18

  • Maine Spatial Planning and Commercial Fishing in the Gulf of Maine, Ted Ames
    Presentation is available on the Bowdoin College iTunesU website

Maine EPSCoR State Conference
November 18, 2011
University of Maine at Orono

Linking Rivers to the Sea: The Cod and Alewife Connection“.
Bowdoin College Faculty Seminar.
Presentation by Ted Ames
November 30, 2010