Sustainable Arlington

Envision Arlington/Mass. Climate Action Network (MCAN) Chapter

Search

Events Calendar

Previous month Previous day Next day Next month
By Year By Week Today Search
Download as iCal file
[free] CLIMATE CHANGE AND NEW ENGLAND FORESTS, Science for the Public event
Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 07:00pm - 08:30pm
Hits : 136
Science for the Public presents:
Effects of Climate Change on New England’s Forests

Temperatures in New England and are projected to increase by 9 degrees Fahrenheit by the year 2100. The increase in temperature will lead to a smaller winter snowpack and increased frequency of soil freeze/thaw cycles, which may damage trees and decrease the ability of our forests to sequester carbon and serve as habitat for some animals and microbes.
Dr. Pamela Templar, Professor of Biology at Boston University established the Climate Change Across Seasons Experiment (CCASE) at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in New Hampshire to determine the effects of these changes in climate on the health of northern hardwood forests and implications for water and air quality.
 
This program is made possible by a partnership with Science for the Public.  
Location Robbins Library Community Room, 700 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington, MA

Back