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Welcome to the 2017 UMaine Student Symposium: Research and Creative Activity electronic event program. This electronic program includes student abstracts, student presentation style descriptions, and presentation schedules. It also includes a map of the venue layout, schedule of the entire day’s events and programs, as well as details and information regarding our sponsors and selected university programs.

We hope you enjoy a full day of student presentations, guest speakers, award ceremonies, and the chance to network with UMaine students, faculty, staff, as well as local and state industry and community leaders! 
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Monday, April 24 • 9:15am - 10:30am
Student Round Table Presentations

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Speakers
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Elisabeth Maxwell

Marine biology, marine policy, 9:15AM-10:30AM
Examining fishery co-management across Maine’s geographic and cultural contexts: Maine’s soft-shell clam fishery. The Maine soft-shell clam fishery is managed by a unique co-management system that involves shared governance between local communities and the state government... Read More →
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Mackenzie Mazur

Marine Biology, 9:15AM-10:30AM
Round table examining fishery co-management across Maine’s geographic and cultural contexts: Maine’s lobster fishery | Maine’s co-managed American lobster (Homarus americanus) fishery is the most valuable commercial fishery in the state and persists as an important eco... Read More →
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Molly Miller

Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 9:15AM-10:30AM, 10:45AM-12:00PM
Title: Round Table examining fisheries co-management across Maine’s geographic and cultural contexts: Maine’s intertidal aquaculture industry (Room 6 Presenter 3) | | The Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Network (SEANET) utilizes Ostrom’s social-ecological systems framework to conduct research designed to improve and further develop aquaculture in Maine. Community-based intertidal aquaculture has the potential to diversify... Read More →
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Kimberly Ovitz

Marine Policy, 9:15AM-10:30AM
Round table examining fisheries co-management across Maine’s geographic and cultural contexts: Maine’s sea urchin fishery | | In the wake of overharvest and resulting trophic cascades, Maine’s marine ecosystems and harvester livelihoods face increasing vulnerability and... Read More →

Judges

Monday April 24, 2017 9:15am - 10:30am
Room 6