FIVE-PART LECTURE SERIES AT THE SCIENCE MUSEUM OF VIRGINIA
Each Wednesday in March • 7 – 9 pm
Join us for this Climate Connections lecture series designed to connect you with resiliency-themed content while exploring our societal understanding of climate science.
Communicating Climate Science and Resiliency
Carrie McDougall, Ph.D., Scientist, NOAA
Climate Change Primer - What It Is, How It’s Happening, Its Impacts, and How to Adapt
Jeremy Hoffman, Ph.D., Climate and Earth Science Specialist, Science Museum of Virginia
Sea-Level Rise in Virginia and Chesapeake Bay: Then, Now, and Next
Carl Hershner, Ph.D., Director, Center for Coastal Resources Management, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary
Geologic Studies of Barrier Islands: Helping Society Better Understand and Respond to Changes Affecting the Outer Banks and Virginia’s Eastern Shore
Chris Hein, Ph.D., Asst. Professor, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary
Shoreline Erosion in Chesapeake Bay and Virginia Coastlines - Research and Future Management Plans
Scott Hardaway, M.S., Marine Scientist, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary
Houses That Float – Flood Gates 5-Stories High? Innovative Ways Other Countries are Dealing with Sea-Level Rise, and What May Be in Our Future in Hampton Roads
Molly Mitchell, M.S., Marine Scientist, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary
Rap Guide to Climate Chaos
Baba Brinkman, Canadian climate rap artist, award winning playwright, and former tree planter
Climate Connection lecture series is free; reservations are required.
To reserve your space, go to www.smv.org/upcoming-events.
Questions? Call us at 804.864.1400.