As part of its 50th anniversary, the Horn Point Laboratory is hosting a series of six Summer Talks on Tuesdays beginning June 20 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the High Spot in Cambridge, Maryland. With slides and conversation, faculty members will share their research on a variety of topics to explore the science of the waters that surround us. Talks are free. Registration is encouraged as the space is limited.
"We are excited to bring our latest science to the Cambridge community and to share what we are learning about the natural world around us," said Horn Point Laboratory Director Mike Sieracki.
June 27: Impact of climate change on coastal flooding in the Dorchester Country: Sea level rise and warming oceans increase the risk of coastal flooding in low-lying areas on Maryland’s Eastern Shore with Ming Li
Horn Point is partnering with the High Spot in Cambridge to create a relaxed and inviting atmosphere to learn about marine science of local and national interest. Come early, and come hungry and thirsty. Tuesdays from 4 - 6 p.m. the High Spot’s gastro pub grub is ½ price and drinks are $2 off.
Questions, please contact Carin Starr at email@example.com or 410-221-8408.
Learn more about the series here.