Hubbard Brook Monthly - June/July 2019

HUBBARD BROOK MONTHLY June/July 2019 issue
Recent Publications
Hubbard Brook Research Foundation. 2019. Invasive Pests and the Future of New England Forests and Forest Products: A Hubbard Brook Roundtable.
Keller, KC. 2019. Carbon Exports from Terrestrial Ecosystems: A Critical-Zone Framework. Ecosystems.
Kelsey, EP, MD Cann, KM Lupo, LJ Haddad. 2019. Synoptic to Microscale Processes Affecting the Evolution of a Cold-Air Pool in a Northern New England Forested Mountain Valley. American Meteorological Society.
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Outreach and Education Update
A new citizen science project on sugar maple regeneration got underway this summer. The Sugar Maple Regeneration Project is a multi-year citizen science research endeavor to establish and monitor between six to eight Forest Society properties for tree health, productivity, and regeneration using methods developed at Hubbard Brook. The project is a collaboration between the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, the Forest Society, and Cornell University and is being led by Nat Cleavitt, Sarah Thorne, and Carrie Deegan.
Sarah Garlick and Clara Chaisson are attending the United South and Eastern Tribes Climate Resilience Summit in the Oneida Indian Nation in Verona, NY, August 27-29 on behalf of the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation.
Save the Date
On August 21, from 9:30 - 11:00, we will be hosting a science and outreach briefing for U.S. Congresswoman Ann Kuster (NH-02) at Hubbard Brook. All are welcome for socializing and snacks in the lobby of Pierce Lab before the briefing. Also, please feel free to show support as audience members during the presentation in the conference room from approx. 9:40 - 10:20. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact Anthea Lavallee:
Lindsey Rustad received the USDA Forest Service's Distinguished Science Award in a ceremony in Washington, D.C., on June 10. Congratulations, Lindsey!
The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is hiring a Field & Maintenance Technician. Click here for the full job description.
On July 31, REUs, graduate students, and technicians held a mini symposium at Hubbard Brook to present their summer's field work (pictured below).
Headshots from the 56th Annual Cooperators' Meeting are now available for those who participated. To download your headshot, simply type in any email address at the following link and use the password "hubbardbrook." Contact photographer Courtney Ley at for additional sizes or any questions.
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