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Thursday, March 31, 2011 1 Comment

Spring Aquatic Academy Course

Join us for 4 consecutive Tuesday evenings where we will explore with scientists, engineers, policy and decision-makers, and designers the challenges that sea level rise is bringing and ways of responding to those challenges.

We’d love to have teachers participate in this 4 week course at the Aquarium. It’s a wonderful opportunity to explore the many challenges and potential responses to sea level rise. Professional development credits are available. Please join us if you are available! See below for the schedule of speakers and topics.

May 3, 2011

Sea Level Rise: A Global Perspective Over Geologic Time With An Emphasis On The Recent Past, The Present, And The Future Jerry R. Schubel, President, Aquarium of the Pacific

May 10, 2011

Sea Level Rise: A California Perspective—What’s In Store And What Can We Do About It. Julie Thomas, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

May 17, 2011

Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding: Making It Come Alive For the Public Heidrun Mumper-Drumm, Art Institute College of Design’s Design Matters Department

May 24, 2011

Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding: The Policy and Decision-Makers Dilemma Will Travis, Executive Director, Bay Conservation and Development Commission

Pricing: $60/Public $50/Aquarium Members $10 extra for CEU Credit

For reservations contact Erin Russell - erussell@lbaop.org, 562-951-1609 For additional information contact Adina Metz - ametz@lbaop.org, 562-951-1692

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Alice Nishimoto

Saturday, May 07, 2011 03:49 PM

Are the applications available for the summer course sponsored by AOP and Boeing?  It usually happens during Labor Day weekend.  I really would like to apply this summer.

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