NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: Reality and Perceptions of Climate Change

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 13 - Reality and Perceptions of Climate Change - Dr. Lawrence Hamilton, Professor of Sociology, and Senior Fellow, Carsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire (hosted by Wilfred Wollheim, NREN/NRESS Faculty).

NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: Exploring the Ecological Impacts of Utility-scale Solar Arrays

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.

September 22 - Exploring the Ecological Impacts of Utility-scale Solar Arrays: A New England Case Study - Dr. Seeta Sistla, Assistant Professor, Ecosystem Ecology, Hampshire College/Amherst, MA (hosted by Jessica Moore, NREN Post-doc)

NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: Exploring Ecosystem Function under Global Change

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.

September 15 - Microbes, Meta-analysis, Mountains, Models and Mechanisms - Exploring Ecosystem Function under Global Change - Dr. Aimée Classen, Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences & Forestry, UVM (hosted by Emily Austin, NREN Post-doc)

NRESS Envrionmental Sciences Seminar Series: The New Face of the 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.

September 13 - The New Face of the Arctic - Dr. Henry N. Pollack, Professor Emeritus, Geophysics/Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan; Co-winner of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. Co-sponsored with the Arctic Seminar Series, a Collaborative Research Excellence (CoRE) Initiative supported by the UNH Research Office.

PSU Environmental Science Colloquium Series: Tracking Water Vapor in White Mountains Forests

Please join us for Plymouth State University's Center for the Environment Fall 2017 Environmental Science Colloquium Series. Talks are held from 4-5 pm in the Boyd Science Center, Room 001.

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

PSU Environmental Science Colloquium Series: Landslides in New Hampshire’s White Mountains

Please join us for Plymouth State University's Center for the Environment Fall 2017 Environmental Science Colloquium Series. Talks are held from 4-5 pm in the Boyd Science Center, Room 001.

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

PSU Environmental Science Colloquium Series: The Value of Long-Term Water Quality Monitoring in Squam Lakes

Please join us for Plymouth State University's Center for the Environment Fall 2017 Environmental Science Colloquium Series. Talks are held from 4-5 pm in the Boyd Science Center, Room 001.

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

PSU Environmental Science Colloquium Series: Past Fire and Present-Day Mesophication: Implications for oak ecosystem restoration

Please join us for Plymouth State University's Center for the Environment Fall 2017 Environmental Science Colloquium Series. Talks are held from 4-5 pm in the Boyd Science Center, Room 001.

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