California King Tides Annual Project is continuing on Monday November 16 2020.
Help people visualize sea level rising by taking pictures and submitting them to the California King Tides Project.
Join in to learn about tides and how sea level rise is impacting our local coastline, then head to the local marine protected area to document the effects of the King Tides as a citizen scientist for the California King Tides Project.
The California King Tides Project helps people visualize future sea level by observing the highest high tides of today.
You can help by taking and sharing photos of the shoreline during King Tides to create a record of the changes to our coast from sea level rise.
Submit Photos For The 2020-2021 California King Tides Map
Taking King Tide Pictures
Take Pictures of the Tides at Their Highest
Include Your Local Infrastructure
(meaning human-built parts of your community, like bridges, roads, seawalls, pathways, etc. affected by the high tides, if possible)
Be sure to have your Geolocation Services set to “on.”
California King Tides Safety Information
Wear A Mask
Observe Social Distancing
Never Turn Your Back on the Ocean
Wear Appropriate Footwear
Be Aware of Weather Conditions
High Tide will be Higher than Usual
There May Be Big Splashes
There May Be Flooding
There May Be Slippery Rocks or Pathways
There May Be Large Waves
Watch For Marine Debris
Make sure you aren’t intruding on animals feeding or roosting
Share thru Social Media with #KingTides.
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Participate in California King Tides Events
Sunday December 13 2020
Monday December 14 2020
Tuesday December 15 2020
Monday January 11 2021 Only at North of Point Conception
Tuesday January 12 2021 Only at North of Point Conception
Times and Dates are subject to change.
Please contact the event organizer for the most up to date information.