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January 2014

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February 10, 2014

Bullard Spotlight: Pamela Templer and Winter Climate Change

Pamela Templer

This year, a new highlight series will showcase research by Harvard Forest's Charles Bullard Fellows, who come to the Forest for up to a year to contribute, either as scholars or administrators, to forestry defined in its broadest sense as the human use and study of forested environments.

This month, we're highlighting Pamela Templer, who is spending 2013-2014 jointly as

January 22, 2014

Harvard Forest Dedicates New Biomass Heat Facility

Harvard Forest biomass facility

On January 21, an open house at the Forest celebrated the dedication of a new, super-efficient thermal biomass system that heats the campus's 5 main buildings using wood harvested from Harvard Forest land. Leaders from Harvard's Faculty of Arts & Sciences, the Massachusetts Senate, the US Forest Service, and the Mass. Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs

January 21, 2014

Senior Ecologist Presents Biodiversity Keynote

Ants at Sea: Island Bio Geography of The Ants of New England by Aaron M. Ellison

HF Senior Ecologist Aaron Ellison recently delivered the keynote lecture at the 5th Biennial Nantucket Biodiversity Research Conference. The conference emphasizes the Islands' unique role as "living laboratories" for nature's experiments in ecology and evolution. Ellison discussed the biodiversity of the ants of New England's islands, and illustrated some new ways of thinking about the relationships between people