Prof. Steven J. Cooke will be taking part in a Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Twitter chat on June 25th along with Pamela Templer, ecosystem ecologist and professor at Boston University, and other biologists to discuss the impacts of warming winters and less snowpack on North American forests. Templer was recently interviewed in the Bulletin and invited Dr. Cooke to share his knowledge of how warmer forests might impact various species of fish in New England and elsewhere.

You can join in the Twitter chat by visiting the Bulletin’s Twitter profile (@BulletinAtomic) or by using the hashtag #WarmingForestChat on June 25th at 12 p.m. Eastern.

Prof. Cooke is Canada Research Professor in the Department of Biology and Institute of Environmental and Interdisciplinary Science at Carleton University. His lab at Carleton studies the consequences of a variety of natural and anthropogenic stressors in order to study responses of fish to stress at the individual, population, and species level.

Thursday, June 25, 2020 in
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