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