Hubbard Brook Monthly July 2018


Recent Publications
Lowe, WH, BR Addis, MR Smith, JM Davenport. 2018. The spatial structure of variation in salamander survival, body condition and morphology in a headwater stream network. Freshwater Biology.
Marinos, RE, ES Bernhardt. 2018. Soil carbon losses due to higher pH offset vegetation gains due to calcium enrichment in an acid mitigation experiment. Ecology.
Valipour, M, CT Driscoll, CE Johnson, JJ Battles, JL Campbell, TJ Fahey. 2018. The application of an integrated biogeochemical model to simulate dynamics of vegetation, hydrology and nutrients in soil and streamwater following a whole-tree harvest of a northern hardwood forest. Science of the Total Environment.
Wilson, G, M Green, K Mack. 2018. Historical Climate Warming in the White Mountains of New Hampshire (USA): Implications for Snowmaking Water Needs at Ski Areas. Mountain Research and Development.
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Outreach and Education Update

  • The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation's new Advisory Council convened for the second time on July 10, ahead of the 55th Annual Cooperators' Meeting. Peter Groffman joined the group to discuss two new research projects at Hubbard Brook that are in the grant-writing phase and associated opportunities for science communication and education.
  • The Squam Lakes Conservation Society has invited Hubbard Brook to contribute a monthly science column to their newsletter, beginning with the September issue. Read about their work and subscribe to their newsletter here:
Save the Date
  • The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation will host its next informal lunch discussion at the Pierce Lab on Tuesday, August 28 at noon. Hannah Volmer will lead a discussion of Historical Roots of Hydrology and Biogeochemistry by Kevin McGuire and Gene Likens. Please email if you would like to receive a copy of the paper.
  • The 2018 LTER All Scientists Meeting will take place October 1-4 in Pacific Grove, California. The theme of the meeting is Next Generation Synthesis: Successes and Strategies. View the meeting schedule and/or register here:
  • The next Committee of Scientists meeting is scheduled for October 10 at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, New York.
  • The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is hiring a full-time Business and Development Manager. Reporting to the Executive Director, the BDM will oversee projects and ongoing responsibilities related to HBRF operations and administration. The BDM will lead housing rental operations at Mirror Lake and Pleasant View Farm. The BDM will oversee and coordinate Hubbard Brook events including the Annual Meeting of Scientific Cooperators. The BDM will assist the Executive Director with fund development tasks. Depending on experience, the BDM might assist with basic bookkeeping. See the full job description here:

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