Nature Moments 2017-2018
Welcome to a weekly video series that we're calling "Nature Moments"! Each video will introduce a different animal or plant, describe something about its natural history, and teach a broader concept about ecology. With support from Bowdoin College, Maine Audubon, and the Davis Conservation Foundation. Produced by Nathaniel Wheelwright, Professor of Natural Sciences at Bowdoin College, and Wilder Nicholson.
Full library of 40+ Nature Moments here
Maine Public Radio on Nature Moments and reconnecting people with nature here
10 Days in Iceland 2017
Twenty students and four faculty members from the Earth & Oceanographic Science Department trek to Iceland for ten days, where they immerse themselves in field research into the earth, the sea, and the atmosphere — and the connections among them. A three part series produced with the Bowdoin Magazine, Fall 2017.
A Day in the Life: Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership 2016-2017
HICSL conducts marine research and offers experiential, science education within an environmentally mindful island community. Supported by Conservation Media Group, four films share the magic of learning amidst Hurricane's scallop research, off-the-grid sustainable systems, and the natural science and outdoor programs on the island. Off-shore, Off-line, Off-the-Grid.
Active Solar Heating System: a viable solution for Ladakh region 2015
"The Ladakh Region of India witnesses a temperature of (+30ºC) during summers (April – September) and a temperature of (-40ºC) during winters (October – March). To overcome such situations the inhabitants of the region utilise several options for heating the living space including burning of fossil fuel, cow dung or woods inside the house to provide sufficient warmth during the days. Such act also leads to the release of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere and also exposes the inhabitants to problems related to lungs and breathing. The replacement of burning fossil fuel with active solar heating systems of appropriate size is a pertinent solution. It employs utilisation of energy available from sun to heat the living space. The entire process is free from the release of gases which are harmful to humans."
Project jointly initiated by Government of India, Government of Federal Germany, and Ladakh Ecological Development Group (LEDeG).
Trails to Build Community 2014
Learn more about how you can help care for Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust trails - all made possible by people like you!