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Ocean Currents Lecture Series (Summer 2020)
Earth, ocean, and environmental sciences enthusiasts won’t want to miss the Ocean Currents Lecture Series, continuing this summer from May to September. The lecture series is free and open to the public; see dates, speakers, and titles listed below.

5/28 — School of Marine Science and Policy — Danielle Dixson: “Reef Real Estate: How Coral Reef Animals find Home.”

6/11 — Earth Sciences — John Madsen: “A Tale of Eggs, Caviar, and Anchors: Atlantic Sturgeon in the Delaware and Hudson Rivers”

6/25 — School of Marine Science and Policy — Kate Fleming & Art Trembanis: “Grappling with ghost fishing in Delaware’s Inland Bays”

7/9 — Geography and Spatial Sciences — A.R. Siders: “Living with the Shore: Visions of Adaptation for Coastal Communities”

7/23 — School of Marine Science and Policy — Jon Cohen: "From trash cans to crabs - understanding marine plastic pollution"

8/6 — Delaware Sea Grant — Chris Hauser, Ed Lewandowski, & Chris Petrone: “Addressing changing coastal conditions in Delaware through green infrastructure: an overview of community needs, response actions, and case studies”

8/20 — School of Marine Science and Policy — Andreas Muenchow: ”Icy Seas off Greenland - Scientific Musings of a Sailor in a Changing Climate”

9/3 — Delaware Geological Survey — John Callahan: "Hurricanes, Sea-Level Rise, and Coastal Flooding in the Mid-Atlantic"
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