Hubbard Brook Monthly - January 2020

HUBBARD BROOK MONTHLY January 2020 issue

Recent Publications

Addis, BR, WH Lowe. 2020. Long‐term survival probability, not current habitat quality, predicts dispersal distance in a stream salamander. Ecology.

Hanson, CF, PG Schaberg, AM Strong, SA Rayback, GJ Hawley. 2020. LiDAR Helps Differentiate Stand Health and Productivity Levels within a Northern Hardwood Forest. Open Journal of Forestry.

Miniat, CF, DR Zietlow, ST Brantley, CL Brown, AE Mayfield III, RM Jetton, JR Rhea, P Arnold. 2020. Forest Ecology and Management.

Vadeboncoeur MA, KA Jennings, AP Ouimette, H Asbjornsen. 2020. Correcting tree-ring ẟ13C time series for tree-size effects in eight temperate tree species. Tree Physiology.

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Hubbard Brook in the News

Consequences of climate change can be difficult to predict
The Falmouth Enterprise

Candidates, students to attend youth climate town hall
AP News

Manitoba NH Charitable Foundation awards grants to Laconia, Franklin, Wolfeboro nonprofits
The Laconia Daily Sun

Outreach and Education Update

The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and Stonyfield Organic are co-hosting the NH Youth Climate and Clean Energy Town Hall on February 5 in Concord, NH. Presidential candidates will provide an opening statement, presenting their climate change action and clean energy priorities, followed by a moderated question-and-answer session with NH undergraduate, graduate, and high school students who are engaged in sustainability, clean energy, business, climate research, and environmental studies. Students of Hubbard Brook PIs are among the panelists, and many members of the Hubbard Brook community are volunteering at the event. The town hall will also be live-streamed at the following link:

Anthea Lavallee is giving a talked entitled, "The Little Brook That Changed the World: NH's Hubbard Brook," on Friday, February 28 from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm at Franconia Elementary School in Franconia, NH. The event is being organized by Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust and the Abbie Greenleaf Library.

"Ice Storms in the Northern Forest: Symposium with Hubbard Brook Scientists" will take place on Friday, March 6 from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord, NH.


Dan Clark, the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation's Field and Maintenance Technician, is coordinating the summer housing calendar at Mirror Lake and Pleasant View Farm. Please contact him to reserve space, or with any questions.