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Contact: Sue Moynihan, Chief, Interpretation and Cultural Resources Management, 508-957-0738
For many summer visitors, Cape Cod National Seashore is "the beach." But Outer Cape residents know the national seashore offers much more in its many dimensions and moods, and compelling natural and cultural resource stories. On six consecutive Tuesday evenings from October 1 through November 5, staff specialists and guest presenters will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the national seashore's diverse resources and issues, from sea level rise and climate change, to animal migrations and seismic research and education. All programs are free and wheelchair-accessible, and will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 PM at the Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham.
October 1: Return of the Tides--The Restoration of the Herring River, A Look Back and Ahead Tim Smith, Cape Cod National Seashore Restoration Ecologist, and Bill Burke, Cape Cod National Seashore Historian
October 8: Too Hot to Handle? A Surprising Climate Change Casualty--Cape Cod History Bill Burke, Cape Cod National Seashore Historian
October 15: The Technologies of Tracking Coastal Change at Cape Cod National Seashore, from 1889 to the Present Mark Adams, Cape Cod National Seashore GIS Coordinator
October 22: Whose Fault Is It? Peering into the Earth with Seismic Instruments at the National Seashore Barbara Dougan, Cape Cod National Seashore Education Specialist
October 29: By Land, Air, or Sea: Cape Cod National Seashore's Great Animal Migrations Jason Taylor, Cape Cod National Seashore Chief of Natural Resource Management; Mary Hake, Cape Cod National Seashore Natural Resources Specialist and Shorebird Program Lead; Charles "Stormy" Mayo, Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies Senior Scientist and Director of the Right Whale Research Program
November 5: State of the Seashore -- Successes and Challenges of 2013, and a Look Ahead to 2014 George Price, Cape Cod National Seashore Superintendent
For more information about Cape Cod National Seashore, visit www.nps.gov/caco.