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Video: Jordan Pond Water-Quality Buoy

In July 2013, a partnership with the park and researchers at the University of Maine launched a water-quality probe in Jordan Pond. Known as the clearest lake in Maine, Jordan Pond has been experiencing decreasing clarity in recent years, and the probe will collect extensive, continuous data to help researchers understand the situation.

6 Responses to “Video: Jordan Pond Water-Quality Buoy”

    • Steve Griffith

      Kudos to the University of Maine, researcher Courtney Wigdahl, the Friends of Acadia, and others for helping to further our understanding of our natural, beautiful world! Every bit of information we gain will help us to co-exist with other life on this planet and help us have fewer negative impacts.
      Thanks for your efforts,
      Steve

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      • Courtney Wigdahl

        And thanks to you, too, Steve! Let me know if you’d like any more info on the project or Acadia in general — it certainly is a beautiful spot! I hope all is going well back home in Wisconsin!!

        Best,

        Courtney

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    • Courtney Wigdahl

      Hi Paul,

      Thanks — great to hear from you! Hope you are having fun with your classes this fall!

      Best,

      Courtney

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  1. Sally Jensen

    Awesome Courtney! You are amazing…continue the great work in Maine although we miss you in Sheboygan!

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    • Courtney Wigdahl

      Hi Sally — thanks for the comment! It will be great to hopefully get home soon and see everyone. It’s fun to think that you are watching this from back home!

      Hope all is well with you and the family!

      Best,
      Courtney

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