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Shorelines Past, Present and Future: Gateways to the submerged heritage of humanity
For tens of thousands of years, changing sea levels have submerged coastal villages, work sites, and burial places on Santa Catalina (Pimu) Island, along the California coastline, and globally. The ocean, rivers and lakes of California contain more traces of human history than all its museums combined. With this awareness, the enormous implications of changing sea levels for coastal planning, land use, tourism, recreation, and development are coming into sharp focus. In this time together, we'll investigate what we know now about ancient or paleo-shorelines in Catalina and California, how this island has--and hasn't--changed, and what we can learn about our human past and future by looking closely at Santa Catalina island on the easternmost edge of the great Pacific Ocean.

Feb 26, 2021 05:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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