From 6:30pm until 8:30pm

At Seadog Brewery, North Conway

Grab a pint and join in a friendly discussion with ecologists and climate scientists who work in the Bartlett Experimental Forest and other local research sites. These informal events are a unique opportunity to learn about some of the current science happening here in the White Mountains — from the comfort of a bar stool! Science Pub Nights are free and open to all.

  1. Thursday, March 31: Northeastern Forests and the Earth’s Climate System

Changes in climate have important implications for the world’s forests, but few people realize that forests themselves are part of our climate system. This is as true for forests here in New Hampshire as it is in the Amazon. Drawing from work at the nearby Bartlett and Hubbard Brook Experimental Forests, this session’s speakers will lead a discussion about how forests are changing, why they’re so important to climate, and their latest research to track the flow of carbon through the forest ecosystem.



Scott Ollinger, University of New Hampshire

Andrew Richardson, Harvard University

Eric Kelsey, Mount Washington Observatory and Plymouth State University


Moderator: Sarah Garlick, Hubbard Brook Research Foundation