CANCELED-Virtual Science Pub: The Gulf of Maine - Changing Climate and Changing Fisheries

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Join us for this Virtual Science Pub series to hear from biologists about specific animal species in New England that are being impacted by our changing climate. Presentations are held via zoom. Advance registration for each monthly session is required.

Tonight's Topic: The Gulf of Maine: Changing Climate and Changing Fisheries by Graham Sherwood, Gulf of Maine Research Institute

This is a free event brought to you by Squam Lakes Association, Squam Lakes Conservation Society, and Squam Lakes Natural Science Center.

This program has be canceled.

Climate Change Impacts on Animal Populations Series:

February 15th- How wildlife responds to changing climate - insights from Hubbard Brook by Lynn Christenson, PhD, Associate Professor in Biology Department at
Vassar College

March 15th- How Climate Change Impact our Wild Brook Trout – and What We Can Do About It by John Magee, Fisheries Habitat Research and Management Programs Coordinator for New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

April 19th- NH Butterflies and Climate Change by Heidi Holman, Wildlife Diversity Biologist for New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

May 17th- The Gulf of Maine: Changing Climate and Changing Fisheries by Graham Sherwood, Gulf of Maine Research Institute