NE CASC Webinars

When Lake Superior Turns Green

March 25, 2020 - 12:00pm
Eastern Standard Time

Description: Since 2012, we've been shocked to see cyanobacterial blooms appear on one stretch of the Lake Superior shoreline.  With these events, now all five Laurentian Great Lakes are subject to algal blooms that affect the services we obtain from these magnificent bodies of freshwater.  In my talk I'll go over what we know about drivers of blooms, including how climate may be behind their appearance. 

Robert Sterner is Director of the Large Lakes Observatory and a Professor of Biology at the University of Minnesota Duluth. 

Slowing the Flow for Climate Resilience: Reducing Vulnerability to Extreme Flows and Providing Multiple Ecological Benefits in a Non-Stationary Climate

April 22, 2020 - 1:15pm
Eastern Standard Time

Richard Palmer is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and University Director of NE CASC. 

Keith Nislow is Adjunct Associate Professor of Environmental Conservation at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fish and Wildlife Habitat Relationships Team Leader of USDA-Forest Service Northern Research Station, and Research Fisheries Biologist of USDA-Forest Service Northern Research Station as well as a Co-Principal Investigator for NE CASC. 

Early Lessons from Operational Forest Adaptation Studies in the Northern Forest

May 6, 2020 - 12:00pm
Eastern Standard Time

Anthony D'Amato is Associate Professor of Forest Resources at the University of Vermont and a Co-Principal Investigator for NE CASC. 

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