Megan McCuller

Megan McCuller

Jun 30, 2014

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    About This Project

    The primary goal of this project is to make science more accessible and exciting by developing a community laboratory for use by scientists, citizen scientists, the science-curious, and students in Cumberland County, Maine.

    I'm focusing on marine ecology because the Gulf of Maine is an extremely important resource to the livelihood of many Mainers and because it is not confined to the laboratory. Being out in the field is a huge part of ecology.
    Blast off!

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