Fall 2017 Environmental Science Colloquium Series

psu-centerenvironment_fall2017colloquiumposter-k8580-proofThe Center for the Environment organizes an Environmental Science Colloquium Series each term which is open to everyone. Please join us at 4-5 pm in Boyd Science Center, Room 001 for the following talks:

September 13 – Past Fire and Present-Day Mesophication: Implications for oak ecosystem restoration – Greg Nowacki, USFS Regional Ecologist

September 20 Compound Interest: The Value of Long-Term Water Quality Monitoring in Squam Lakes – Joseph Boyer, Director, Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University

October 11 – Landslides in New Hampshire’s White Mountains – P. Thompson Davis, Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, Bentley University

October 18 – Tracking Water Vapor in White Mountains Forests – Mark Green, Associate Professor of Hydrology, Plymouth State University & Research Hydrologist, Northern Research Station, U.S. Forest Service

November 8 – The State of Maple Syrup Production in New Hampshire – Steve Roberge, Natural Resources Field Specialist & Forester, University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension

November 15 – Using Geospatial Analysis to Predict Tick Habitat – Michael Palace, University of New Hampshire