Atlas of Maine (Environmental Studies Program)
The Atlas of Maine is a series of maps developed by students in Introduction to GIS and Remote Sensing, an interdisciplinary course in the Environmental Studies Program at Colby College. The goal of this activity is to develop a series of maps highlighting the unique human and natural resources of Maine.
The Atlas maps (issue/number 1) emphasize "visual" GIS.
Student research projects (issue/number 2) emphasize "analytical" GIS.
Colby Magazine (College Archives: Colbiana Collection)
A quarterly publication of Colby College. Issues from 1912 (vol. 1) - 1988 (vol. 77, no. 1) published as the Colby Alumnus.
Colby Quarterly was a journal of analysis of and commentary upon subjects in the humanities with special interest in regional studies of Maine, New England and Canadian history as well as literature.
1. A slight knowledge or suspicion; a hint
2. A literary discussion group in the 1930s and 40s, associated with University of Oxford. Members met weekly for readings, criticisms, and conversations around their literary work. The group famously included members such as C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams.
3. A literary magazine and workshop group at Colby College
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
An undergraduate research journal publishing articles in environmental and resource economics authored and peer reviewed by undergraduate students.