Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to attend all or part of the competition.
|Opening remarks – Jessica Leahy, Interim Associate Dean for Research
|Stream Dynamics in the Headwaters of Postglacial Watershed Systems – Brett Gerard, School of Earth and Climate Sciences
|Exploring Confidence and Social Capital to Engage Maine Landowners in Informed Forest Stewardship – Ian Anderson, School of Forest Resources
|Landscape Pattern and Wild Bee Communities in Maine – Brianne DuClos, Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology
|Incorporating environmental variability into assessment and management of American lobster (Homarus americanus) – Kisei Tanaka, Ecology and Environmental Sciences
|Molecular mechanisms underlying triclosan effects on cellular signal transduction and mitochondrial function – Lisa Weatherly, Department of Molecular and Biomedical Sciences, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Engineering
|Interpreting climate history from glacial geologic landforms in the mid – to high latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere – Courtney King, School of Earth and Climate Sciences
|The effect of wild blueberry (Vaccinum angustifolium) bioactives (anthocyanins and phenolics) on endothelial cell migration and angiogenesis – Panagiotis Tsakirogiou, School of Food and Agriculture
|Forest Products Trucking Industry in Maine: Opportunities and Challenges – Anil Koirala, School of Forest Resources
|Linking Rising pCO2 and Temperature to the Larval Development, Physiology and Gene Expression of the American Lobster (Homarus americanus) – Jesica D. Waller, School of Marine Sciences
|Ecological and Economic Impact of a Native Fungal Pathogen on New England’s White Pine Resource – Kara K.L. Costanza, School of Forest Resources
|The forgotten cousin in freshwater community ecology; Tidal freshwater wetlands – Jack R. McLachlan, School of Biology and Ecology
|Anadromous Sea Lamprey as Vectors of Marine-Derived Nutrients in Atlantic Coastal Streams – Daniel Weaver, Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology
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