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"