Zoom a Scientist: Climate Change in the Champlain Basin
Speaker: Curt Stager from Paul Smiths College
Global climate change is not only about polar bears and far-off places: we are experiencing it here in the North Country, too. The evidence comes from a wide range of sources including weather data, ice-out contests, and nature diaries, and the changes are already being noticed by regular folks as well as experts. We'll discuss the nature and causes of those changes as well as what they could mean for the future of the region.
To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in any of these programs, please contact Sea Grant / Julianna White at 802-777-7017 or seagrant [at] uvm.edu no later than three weeks before your chosen date so we can assist you.
November 10, 3:30 PM Managing Lamprey in the Lake Champlain Basin with Stephen Smith from US Fish and Wildlife Service
December 4, 3:30PM Impacts of Road Salt in the Adirondacks with Brittany Christenson from ADKAction
The Lake Champlain Sea Grant team hosts "Zoom a Scientist" sessions, focused on watershed and aquatic science. This virtual webinar series features scientists from the University of Vermont Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Laboratory, SUNY Plattsburgh, the Lake Champlain Research Institute, and our partner organizations. Sessions are open to all participants from school age to adults. To view archived sessions visit our resources page.
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