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She’s a glacial geologist at the University of Maine in Orono.Uplifting Antarctic shores point to accelerating loss of glaciers|Douglas Fox|July 5, 2022|Science News For Students
“If the ice has been smaller in the past, and did readvance, that shows that we’re not necessarily in runaway retreat” right now, says glacial geologist Brenda Hall of the University of Maine in Orono.Ancient penguin bones reveal unprecedented shrinkage in key Antarctic glaciers|Douglas Fox|June 9, 2022|Science News
Abrupt spikes in charcoal levels in sediments offer “telltale signs of human arrival” from 1,070 to 620 years ago on New Island, says Kit Hamley, a paleoecologist and archaeologist at the University of Maine in Orono.Ancient human visitors complicate the Falkland Islands wolf’s origin story|Jaime Chambers|October 27, 2021|Science News
It was on these occasions that some of the inferior chiefs frequently requested to be permitted to make an offering to the Orono.
Located originally about a mile below Orono, was not platted as a village until 1865.
Hence Captain Cook was received with honor approaching to adoration, as they imagined him to be their 'Orono.'The World of Waters|Mrs. David Osborne
“Frank Orono,” said one, patting his hand on his beaded breast.Joan of Arc of the North Woods|Holman Day
Orono was surveyed and platted May, 1855; Ard Godfrey, proprietor.