FOMB featured on MSN's Practical Guide to Healthier Living Video for download (wmv; file size 50 MB) Tim Sheahan (Sheahan Productions)
Essay (pdf; file size: 3.7 MB) Ed Friedman
November 17, 2009
Generating Electric Power in the Pacific Northwest; Implications of Alternative Technologies Overview (pdf; file size: 269 KB) Full Report (pdf; file size: 442 KB)
This study takes an in-depth look at current status and future energy scenarios in the northwest focussing on hydro-electricity and natural gas the primary sources of today's power there. The report also looks closely at cost/benefits of multiple dam removals on the lower Snake River and the issue of safe passage for migratory salmon. The overview document homes in on the dam issue.
HISTORICAL EUTROPHICATION IN A RIVER–ESTUARY COMPLEX IN
MID-COAST MAINE (pdf; file size: 334 KB)
DORTE KOSTER, JOHN LICHTER, PETER D. LEA, AND ANDREA NURSE
Biology Department and Environmental Studies Program, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine 04011 USA
Geology Department, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine 04011 USA
Laboratory of Paleoecology and Paleohydrology, Sawyer Research Center, University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04469 USA Ecological Applications, 17(3), 2007, pp. 765–778 by the Ecological Society of America
Kennebec_Abenaki_Historical_Demise (pdf; file size: 3.7 MB)
Prins, Harald E. L. 1984.
"Foul Play on the Kennebec: The Historical Background of Fort Western
and the Demise of the Abenaki Nation."
The Kennebec Proprietor: Magazine of the Fort Western Museum,
Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 4-14.
The Kennebec Estuary Report
Kennebec Estuary Land Trust