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Science in the Mountains: Winter Weather Whiplash
Alexandra Contosta, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, University of New Hampshire; John Campbell, Ph.D., Research Ecologist, US Forest Service

“Winter whiplash” is a term used to describe extreme swings in winter weather conditions, often with large sub-to-above freezing temperature shifts. Researchers using data at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in White Mountain National Forest have examined a number of “whiplash events” and their impacts on human and natural systems. Join researchers Alexandra Contosta and John Campbell as they share how understanding winter whiplash events can lead us to better approaches to potentially mitigating and adapting to our changing winter climate.

Mar 7, 2023 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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