When: Fri., June 23, 7:30 p.m.
Human-caused climate change has put us in the midst of a “slow-motion flood.” What does that mean for Arcata, the North Coast, other coastal communities, and environments across the globe? To be discussed: how sea level works, why it matters, how it has changed in the past, what is vulnerable, what we may expect in the coming decades, and what you can do about it. Michael, who retired from the US Forest Service’s Redwood Sciences Lab in 2012, is broadly educated and experienced in hydrology, watershed management, forest ecology, wildland civil engineering, fish passage, and monitoring systems. For more information or to guarantee a seat, call 826-2359.