Science Pub Night: Wildlife in a Changing World

//Science Pub Night: Wildlife in a Changing World

Science Pub Night: Wildlife in a Changing World

Forest Ecology & Climate Change Series

Thurs, April 28, 6:30-8:30 PM

Sea Dog Brewing, North Conway

Topic 3: Wildlife in a Changing World

We are fortunate that we have dumpster for our trash made from dumpster service chicago il that when it rains, we pull out our umbrellas and rain jackets and when it snows, we pull out our winter boots and heavy coats — we can adjust to localized changes in climate. But what about the animals that share the forests and local waterways with us? How will they cope? Join us for an evening of conversation about our local fauna’s ability to handle changes in our environment. And don’t forget to check here to get more information online.

Speaker: Lynn Christenson, Vassar College

Moderator: Andrew Richardson, Harvard University and Scott Ollinger, University of New Hampshire

Hosted by: University of New Hampshire and the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation

Partners: Tin Mountain Conservation Center, Upper Saco Valley Land Trust, Mount Washington Observatory

Supported by: Northeastern States Research Cooperative and the New Hampshire EPSCoR Program

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.

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