- Christmas at South Pole a unique event Bangor Daily
News, December 26, 2007.
- UMaine Professor Borns Receives Prestigious Award December
- The Science of Climate Change Science & the City, New York Academy of Sciences, October 19, 2007.
- UMaine team's research becomes a hot topic
Portland Press Herald, September 11, 2007.
Katrina: Thinking outside the banks
Bangor Daily News, August 29, 2007
- Experts: Climate change is effecting Maine's ecosystem
Bangor Daily News, June 14, 2007
- Warming requires action now Ronald
Davis Op Ed, Bangor Daily News, April 12, 2007.
- Glaciologist: Maine Can Expect Dramatic Sea Level Rise WCSH Channel 6 Portland, February 8, 2007
- UMaine researchers welcome new report on climate change Bangor Daily News February 3, 2007
urged to act against global warming Morning Sentinel, February 3,
- Hot Spot UMaine Today, January/February, 2007. (Includes video clip)
- On global warming, cooler minds
prevail Graduate Student Op Ed, Bangor Daily News, December 16, 2006
Elephants in Antarctica UMaine Today, November/December 2006.
- Antarctic elephant seal discovery sheds new light Bangor Daily News,
September 29, 2006
Change in Antarctic Snowfall Since the International Geophysical Year Science,
August 11, 2006
says Antarctic snowfall still scarce, but not for long Portland Press Herald,
Ausgust 12, 2006
Antarctica data may be bad news Bangor Daily News, August 12, 2006
Seal Remains Reveal Warmer Antarctica, Study Says National Geographic
News, June 26, 2006
study: World thawed out at same time azstarnet.com, June 11, 2006
- Secrets of the Irish Coast UMaine Today March/April 2006
Andean maize unearthed, firstname.lastname@example.org, March 1, 2006
Arrowroot Fossils in Peru Change Views on Pre-Inca Culture, March 2, 2006,
National Geographic News
- Snowfall Scale is for wimps
Portland Press Herald, January 31, 2006
Collins Opinion: Antarctica visit reveals much about global warming
Bangor Daily News article, January 24, 2006.
Testing the Mettle of the Sea UMaine Today November/December, 2005
of Glacier Movement Raises Questions and Concerns
View pdf of article from Maine Alumni Magazine, Fall 2005.
Where Ice Sheets Meet
Startling evidence of glacier movement in Eastern Greenland
Discovery of prehistoric quarries in Peruvian highlands could be the key to
understanding how humans first settled South America
for sun-climate reported by UMaine scientists EurekAlert!
- Categorizing Winter Storms
A Sea Change: Discovery of ancient clamshells provides new clues to the connection
between climate and culture
Prehistoric Health: UMaine anthropologist's analysis of biological evidence
offers unprecedented clues to the diets and lives of early Americans