Hubbard Brook Monthly - October 2018

HUBBARD BROOK MONTHLY October 2018 issue

Recent Publications

Bailey, SW, RP Long, SB Horsley. 2018. Comment on “Long-term decline of sugar maple following forest harvest, Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, NH. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.
https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfr-2018-0207

Bergum, M, N Cleavitt, D Matthews. 2018. An unexpected visitor. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
https://doi.org/10.1002/fee.1968

Gilliam, FS, DA Burns, CT Driscoll, SD Frey, GM Lovett, SA Watmough. 2018. Decreased atmospheric nitrogen deposition in eastern North America: Predicted responses of forest ecosystems. Environmental Pollution. 
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2018.09.135

Marinos, R, JL Campbell, CT Driscoll, G Likens, WH McDowell, E Rossi, LE Rustad, ES Bernhardt. 2018. Give and Take: A Watershed Acid Rain Mitigation Experiment Increases Baseflow Nitrogen Retention but Increases Stormflow Nitrogen Export. Environmental Science and Technology.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.8b03553

Toland, Alexandra, JS Noller, G Wessolek. 2018. Field to Palette: Dialogues on Soil and Art in the Anthropocene. CRC Press.
https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781351582438

Hubbard Brook in the News/Hubbard Brook Multimedia Stories

Outreach and Education Update

  • Fifteen students from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies' student chapter of the Society of American Foresters enjoyed a full day tour of Hubbard Brook on October 18.
     
  • Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest and Hubbard Brook Research Foundation staff gave an orientation to Ralph Crawford, the newly-appointed US Forest Service Assistant Director for Research, on October 23.
     
  • On October 26, Hannah Vollmer gave a guided forest tour to a group of first-year students from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. The students are working to identify potential connections between Hubbard Brook science and the world of corporate sustainability.
     
  • The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is convening a Hubbard Brook Roundtable on November 27 about forest pests and the forest products industry, with participation from Gary Lovett, Matt Ayres, Anthea Lavallee, and Sarah Garlick. 

Save the Date

  • WaterViz is going to Miami! In celebration of the website’s relaunch, WaterViz will be exhibited at the New Media Festival from November 10, 2018 – January 15, 2019 at Concrete Space Gallery. http://www.miaminewmediafestival.com/concrete-space-events/
     
  • The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation will host its next informal lunch discussion at the Pierce Lab on Tuesday, November 20 at noon. We will be reading Chapters 3 and 4 of the Online Book: Forest Biomass and Primary Productivity and Decomposition and Soil Carbon Sequestration. You can access the chapters here: https://hubbardbrook.org/online-book
     
  • Mark Green and Geoff Wilson will present on “Warming Winters and Snowmaking: 50 Years of Winter Climate Change and Snowmaking Development” at the Science Pub night on Tuesday, November 27, from 6-8pm. Science Pub takes place at Walter’s Basin Restaurant on Route 3 in Holderness and is sponsored by Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, Squam Lakes Association, and Squam Lakes Conservation Society.
     
  • Lindsey Rustad’s Science Pub night on the Ice Storm Experiment, also at Walter’s Basin Restaurant, has been postponed until December 11. 

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