Fall 2018 Environmental Science Colloquium

fall-2018-colloquium-poster-to-print-finalThe Center for the Environment announces the Fall 2018 Environmental Science Colloquium series. Each term, we organize a series of talks on Wednesday afternoons, 4-5 pm. The talks cover a wide range of topics. They are open to everyone from PSU and the community. The talks are in Boyd Science Center, Room 001. Please enter Boyd at the entrance closest to Highland Street. Boyd 001 is the lecture hall by the foyer. 

September 19: The Incomparable Valley: The then and now of Yosemite through selected images. Dr. Larry Spencer, Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences, Plymouth State University

September 26: Arsenic in Groundwater in the United States and Related Studies. Joseph D. Ayotte, P.G., Chief of Groundwater Quality Studies Section, U.S. Geological Survey, New England Water Science Center

October 17: How PSU is Staying at the Cutting Edge in Measuring Watershed Hydrology. Dr. Mark Green, Associate Professor of Hydrology, Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University and Research Hydrologist, Northern Research Station, US Forest Service

October 31: Flood Hazards in New Hampshire: From Stream Crossings to Ice Jams. Dr. Shane Csiki, Flood Hazards Program Administrator, New Hampshire Geological Survey

November 28: You Don’t Have to Live Like a Referee: Understanding and improving peer review. Christin Wixson, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Plymouth State University