11th Annual Lamprey River Symposium

The Eleventh Annual Lamprey River Symposium will be held Monday JANUARY 8, 2018 at the University of New Hampshire in James Hall.

The Symposium is a vehicle for researchers to share data and insights with other researchers, and develop new research initiatives. A day-long program is planned and more details will be forthcoming. Registration is free, but there is a $1.50/hour parking fee for folks who do not have a UNH parking permit.

NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: Fingerprinting Reactive Nitrogen Sources and Chemistry

Please join us for the University of New Hampshire NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Fall 2017 Seminar Series. Talks are held on Fridays from 2:30-3:30 pm in McConnell Hall, Room 220, unless otherwise noted.

December 1 - Fingerprinting Reactive Nitrogen Sources and Chemistry - Dr. Meredith K. Hastings, Associate Professor, Environment and Society, and Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, Brown University (hosted by Jack Dibb, ESRC/EOS & NRESS Faculty).

NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: Impact of Wildfires on U.S. Air Quality

Please join us for the University of New Hampshire NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Fall 2017 Seminar Series. Talks are held on Fridays from 2:30-3:30 pm in McConnell Hall, Room 220, unless otherwise noted.

November 17 - Investigating the Impact of Wildfires on U.S. Air Quality Across Multiple Scales - Dr. Emily Fischer, Assistant Professor, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University (hosted by Jack Dibb, ESRC/EOS & NRESS Faculty).

NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: Turning Americans against Science after the Cold War

Please join us for the University of New Hampshire NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Fall 2017 Seminar Series. Talks are held on Fridays from 2:30-3:30 pm in McConnell Hall, Room 220, unless otherwise noted.

October 27 - Merchants of Doubt: Turning Americans Against Science After the Cold War - Dr. Erik M. Conway, Historian, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA; Co-author, Merchants of Doubt (hosted by Wilfred Wollheim, NREN/NRESS Faculty).

NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: Carbon Balance of the Terrestrial Arctic

Please join us for the University of New Hampshire NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Fall 2017 Seminar Series. Talks are held on Fridays from 2:30-3:30 pm in McConnell Hall, Room 220, unless otherwise noted.

October 25 - The Carbon Balance of the Terrestrial Arctic:  Permafrost, Fire, and the Role of Rivers - Dr. Robert Max Holmes, Deputy Director, Senior Scientist, Woods Hole Research Center, MA (co-sponsored with the Arctic Seminar Series, a Collaborative Research Excellence (CoRE) Initiative supported by the UNH Research Office).