The Delicate Balance of Nature Lecture Series is back for it's 32nd year, both in-person and on Zoom.
Zoom registration: Advance Registration is required for Zoom attendance at the lectures. You will be sent the link prior to the event.
Member reserved seating: Members receive reserved seating for the in-person lectures! If you are a member, be sure to log-in to your account to register for your free reserved seating.
Everyone is invited to join the Friends! Purchase a membership and receive many benefits including access to Coral Cam and previous recordings of lectures.
March 22nd: While a Category 5 storm is generally the most destructive hurricane, each storm, whether big or small, fast or slow-moving, brings its own threats. With sea-level rise, “sunny-day” coastal flooding is already causing big impacts on island communities. Meteorologist Nancy Barnhardt of the Florida Keys National Weather Service in Key West, will examine how even weaker storms of a longer duration, as are becoming more prevalent, can cause as much damage as a fast-moving stronger storm.
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