UPDATE: Twelve people attended the tour: Val and her family, Karen & granddaughter, Tom, Bill, Jeanne, Linda, Barb, and Vicki. Scientist Paul Hanson from Oak Ridge National Laboratory of USA Department of Energy, gave an outside tour, and an office tour. We received this handout: SPRUCE handout
SCIENTIST PAUL HANSON
VARIOUS MONITORING SYSTEMS
COMPUTER MONITORING OF EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER READ OUT OF SCIENTIFIC DATA
Tour of Climate Change Study in Marcell Experimental Forest
Tuesday July 19, 2016 beginning at 10 am
S P R U C E
Spruce and Peatland Responses Under Climate and Environmental Change Experiment
WHAT: An unprecedented global warming experiment in northern Minnesota located within the Marcell Experimental Forest that measures how peat land ecosystems respond to changing temperatures.
WHERE: Google map “One Spring Lake Road, Bovey, MN” which is 2.8 miles from the Marcell Research Center. It will take 40 minutes to drive from the DFL Headquarters where carpooling begins (leaving at 9 am).
WHO: Researcher Paul Hanson with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory will guide the 1 – 1.5 hour tour of a group limited to twenty (20).
RSVP TO firstname.lastname@example.org OR 245-2057
Group limited to 20
Download flier: SPRUCE tour