The Center for the Environment announces the Fall 2019 Environmental Science Colloquium series. The talks cover a wide range of topics related to environmental science. The Colloquium is open to everyone from PSU and the community.
Unless otherwise noted, the talks are in Boyd Science Center, Room 001 from 4-5 pm. Please enter Boyd Science Center at the entrance closest to Highland Street. Boyd 001 is the lecture hall by the foyer.
September 25, 4-5 pm:
Assessing New Hampshire’s Liquid Gold: Approaches to Valuing Freshwater Resources for Decision Making – Shannon Rogers, PhD, Nature Based Economic Development Specialist, UNH Cooperative Extension
October 9, 4-5 pm:
Constraining the Timing & Rate of Laurentide Ice Sheet Thinning During the Last Deglaciation –P. Thompson (Thom) Davis, PhD, Bentley University
October 23, 4-5 pm:
Scaling Up Green Infrastructure Initiatives – Steve Whitman, EdD, AICP, Plymouth State University & Resilience Planning & Design, LLC
October 30, 4-5 pm:
The Emerging LiDAR Landscape: Clearcutting with Lasers –Rick Chormann, State Geologist & Director, New Hampshire Geological Survey
November 20, 7- 9 pm, Boyd 144:
Why Do We Hike? – Panel discussion in collaboration with the Museum of the White Mountains (Sponsored by The Waterman Fund)