Dana Point Free Family Friendly Science Night Wednesday October 9 2019

Cal State Fullerton Paleoclimatology Laboratory Testing Courtesy of CalStateFullerton Paleoclimatology Laboratory
Cal State Fullerton Paleoclimatology Laboratory Testing Courtesy of CalStateFullerton Paleoclimatology Laboratory

Dana Point Free Family Friendly Science Night on Wednesday October 9 2019.
“How we Study California’s History of Drought, Floods, Fire, and Vegetation: What Can the Past Tell us About the Future?” is featured on Wednesday October 9 2019.

Dana Point Science Night is at The Dana Point Community Center at 6:30pm till 8:00pm.

Dana Point Science Night Presentations feature local and esteemed experts from the scientific community.

“How we Study California’s History of Drought, Floods, Fire, and Vegetation: What Can the Past Tell us About the Future?” presented by California State University Professor Matthew Kirby.

Matthew Kirby is a professor at Cal State Fullerton in Geological Sciences
Dr. Kirby has focused his attention on the climate stories told by lake sediments.
Like pages in a history book, each layer of mud tells a history of the surrounding region.
Kirby has been consistently funded by the National Science Foundation, presently working on a $550,000 grant researching California’s most recent 3,000-year water history.

The Dana Point Community Center is located at 34052 Del Obispo Street.

Learn about current Science-related topics presented in a family-friendly format.

Generally, hands-on activities and/or displays will be present and geared towards children.

Dana Point Science Night Schedule

Wednesday November 13 2019

Please contact the Natural Resources Department for more information at
DPnaturalresources@danapoint.org or (949) 248-3527

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