Each semester CFE organizes the Environmental Science Colloquium which is held on Wednesday afternoons from 4-5 pm at the Boyd Science Center, Room 001. The talks cover a wide range of topics around environmental science and sustainability. The colloquium is available for graduate credit and we also invite the community to come for free. For more information, contact Doug Earick. Read on for the complete list of dates and speakers.
September 12: Vin Malkoski, Fish Habitat – Are Green Projects Impact Free?
September 19: Mary Stampone, New England’s Tornado Hazard
September 26: Brian Fowler, The Surficial Geology of Mt. Washington and the Presidential Range: Recent Developments
October 10: Naomi Blinick, Photographer Seeking Science: How Aspirations in Photography Led to a Career in Conservation Biology
October: 17: Francis Slakey, Science and a Journey of Extremes
October 24: Will Abbott, The Northern Pass and New Hampshire Landscapes
November 7: David Holmgren & Andreas Pflitsch, North American Ice Caves – A Climatological Research of Recent Ice Caves by the Example of Talus & Gorge Glaciers in New England
November 14: John Kelley, Hurricane Irene (2011): Lessons for Achieving a Weather-Ready Nation