Spring 2011 Environmental Science Colloquium

February 1st, 2011 by June

Come join us for our spring semester Environmental Science Colloquium 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. This spring, the Colloquium is sponsored by the Center for the Environment and the White Mountains Institute. For more information, contact Doug Earick or Kim Duncan. Read on for the complete list of dates and speakers.

February 9, 2011: Can NH be food and energy independent?  How we CAN get there from here…and save billions

Dorn Cox, Energy Systems Expert, New England Farmers Union Board Member, and Farmer

February 23, 2011: Salt Marsh Restoration Adapts to Climate Change

David Burdick, Research Associate Professor, Marine Wetland Ecology and Restoration, Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

March 9, 2011: Continental Glaciation in the White Mountains, NH: What We’ve Learned in 200 Years

Woodrow Thompson, Physical Geologist, Maine Geological Survey

March 16, 2011: Blue Heron School Taking Flight: the experiences of starting a nature preschool

Amy Yeakel, Education Program Director, Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

March 30, 2011: The interface of developmental biology & ecology: Gene expression, gill morphology and environmental influences in mayflies

Brigid O’Donnell, Assistant Professor of Developmental Biology Plymouth State University

April6, 2011: Brook Trout Research in New Hampshire

John Magee, Fish Habitat Biologist, NH Fish & Game Department

April 13, 2011: State of the Loon – The trials and tribulations of a symbol of wilderness and indicator of environmental quality

Harry Vogel, Senior Biologist and Executive Director, Loon Preservation Center

April 20, 2011: New Hampshire’s Environmental Literacy Plan

Judy Silverberg, Wildlife Education Programs Supervisor, NH Fish & Game Department

April 27, 2011: Climate Change in the American Mind

Nicholas Smith, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

May 11, 2011: Alpine and Subalpine Vegetation of the White Mountains

Daniel Sperduto, Sperduto Ecological Services LLC

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