Hubbard Brook Monthly - May 2019

Recent Publications
Battles, JJ, NL Cleavitt, CE Johnson, TJ Fahey. 2019. Reply to the comment by Bailey et al. on “Long-term decline of sugar maple following forest harvest, Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire.” Canadian Journal of Forest Research.
Belyazid, S, J Phelan, B Nihlgård, H Sverdrup, CT Driscoll, IJ Fernandez, J Aherne, LM Teeling-Adams, SW Bailey, Matt Arsenault, NL Cleavitt, B Engstrom, R Dennis, D Sperduto, D Werier, C Clark. 2019. Assessing the Effects of Climate Change and Air Pollution on Soil Properties and Plant Diversity in Northeastern US Hardwood Forests: Model Setup and Evaluation. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution.
Hamburg, SP, MA Vadeboncoeur, CE Johnson, J Sanderman. 2019. Losses of mineral soil carbon largely offset biomass accumulation 15 years after whole-tree harvest in a northern hardwood forest. Biogeochemistry.
If your publication is missing from this list, please let us know:
Hubbard Brook in the News/Hubbard Brook Multimedia Stories
Ask Sam: What Makes That Weird Foam In Rivers?
Syrup Is as Canadian as the Maple Leaf. That Could Change with the Climate.
Outreach and Education Update
Amey Bailey capped off a successful year of working with the first grade class at Rumney Elementary School on May 23.
Xavier Cortada spent May 19–24 as the Artist in Residence at Hubbard Brook, working with the bird crew on a black-throated blue warbler project.
Anthea Lavallee will be speaking at the annual gathering of the Five Rivers Conservation Trust on June 11.
Lindsey Rustad is giving the keynote talk at SHIFT 2019, a festival at the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth during which artists will “take on the Anthropocene with 10 days of events that explore the push and pull of that Human/Nature bond.” Lindsey will kick off SHIFT 2019 on June 21 at 5:30 pm.
Save the Date
Friday, June 7 is the last day for presenters to register for the 56th Annual Cooperators’ Meeting on July 10-11. The deadline is very firm. Thursday, June 20 is the last day for non-presenters to register to attend. Register here:
The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is hosting a brown bag lunch on June 18th at 12:30 pm. Mark Green will give a presentation on “Forest Soils, Hydrology, and Soil Temp.” Everyone is welcome to join us in the conference room at Pierce Lab!
There are still beds available for short-term summer stays at HBRF facilities. Contact Anthea Lavallee,, for details.
Thank you for reading!