1. Pre-Conference Workshop, 24th NSF EPSCoR

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    Building & Evaluating Collaboration Capacity

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    • Summer Science Research 2014 - Environmental Studies

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      Zoe Moskwa '15 and Meg Senack '16 took part in an intensive research study in local watersheds to help determine the effects of macro-invertebrate populations on the drinking water supply.

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      • MUB - Faculty Research Excellence at the University of New Hampshire

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        NH EPSCoR’s Safe Beaches and Shellfish project faculty spoke on the dramatic rise of disease caused by pathogenic Vibrio causing shellfish bed closures in New England and elsewhere as part of the Faculty Research Excellence Seminar Series at the University of New Hampshire.

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        • Research to reality: Doane and EpsCor

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          With Nebraska EpsCor's help, scientists' work at Doane is going from research to reality.

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          • Hawaii EPSCoR's important economic impact

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            The University of Hawaii describes how its EPSCoR program is helping protect Hawaii's environment and secure the state's economic future. The mission of EPSCoR, the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, is to assist the National Science Foundation in its statutory function "to strengthen research and education in science and engineering throughout the United States ..." http://www.epscor.hawaii.edu/ http://www.hawaii.edu/innovation/

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            • A) Coastal Adaptation: Culvert Operations - Proactive Planning

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              Shaleen Jain, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maine, talks about the planning involved with extreme weather and climate change. Extreme weather costs Maine communities millions of dollars in damage, and many experts predict that it’s likely to get worse. Some communities are finding out the hard way that their culverts are no longer big enough to handle the increasing size of floods. It’s estimated that there are hundreds of thousands of culverts in Maine, ranging from small drainages under driveways to moose-size culverts under major highways to keep streams and wildlife moving. Failed culverts can disrupt lives and commerce, threaten fragile ecosystems, and quickly swamp municipal budgets. ’Culvert Operations’ shows how one research team is working with communities to plan for future extreme weather events.

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              • C) Coastal Adaptation: Culvert Operations - Ground Truth Finding Culverts

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                Alex Grey, SSI Post Graduate Researcher, University of Maine talks about the number of culverts in Maine and how to locate them. Extreme weather costs Maine communities millions of dollars in damage, and many experts predict that it’s likely to get worse. Some communities are finding out the hard way that their culverts are no longer big enough to handle the increasing size of floods. It’s estimated that there are hundreds of thousands of culverts in Maine, ranging from small drainages under driveways to moose-size culverts under major highways to keep streams and wildlife moving. Failed culverts can disrupt lives and commerce, threaten fragile ecosystems, and quickly swamp municipal budgets. ’Culvert Operations’ shows how one research team is working with communities to plan for future extreme weather events.

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                • D) Coastal Adaptation: Culvert Operations - Do It Once, Do It Well

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                  Dave Kinney, Lincolnville Town Manager, discusses the importance of planning for replacement of culverts. Extreme weather costs Maine communities millions of dollars in damage, and many experts predict that it’s likely to get worse. Some communities are finding out the hard way that their culverts are no longer big enough to handle the increasing size of floods. It’s estimated that there are hundreds of thousands of culverts in Maine, ranging from small drainages under driveways to moose-size culverts under major highways to keep streams and wildlife moving. Failed culverts can disrupt lives and commerce, threaten fragile ecosystems, and quickly swamp municipal budgets. ’Culvert Operations’ shows how one research team is working with communities to plan for future extreme weather events.

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                  • B) Coastal Adaptation: Culvert Operations - Concern Makes Change

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                    Bob Kates, Presidential Professor of Sustainability Science, University of Maine, Nobel Peace Prize Recipient, 2007 talks about how big changes happen in society. Extreme weather costs Maine communities millions of dollars in damage, and many experts predict that it’s likely to get worse. Some communities are finding out the hard way that their culverts are no longer big enough to handle the increasing size of floods. It’s estimated that there are hundreds of thousands of culverts in Maine, ranging from small drainages under driveways to moose-size culverts under major highways to keep streams and wildlife moving. Failed culverts can disrupt lives and commerce, threaten fragile ecosystems, and quickly swamp municipal budgets. ’Culvert Operations’ shows how one research team is working with communities to plan for future extreme weather events.

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