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The Changing Seas

LI Sierra Club presents, Friday, August 9, 2019, 6:30pm, Copiague Library

Documentary film screening: "The Changing Seas: coral reefs, ocean acidification & climate change", S. Florida PBS series, 2010-present. 3 Episodes (26 min. each or 1 hr. 18 min.) and Presentation by John Tanacredi, Director, Coastal Education & Research, Molloy College

Sinking the Vandenburg: artificial reefs in the Florida Keys, 2010

Reef Revival: coral restoration techniques, 2011

Maug’s Caldera: Studying coral reefs in natural laboratory in the Northwest Pacific Mariana Islands archipelago, 2016

To stream these and more episodes, in its 10th season: www.changingseas.tv


From East: Montauk Hwy. (27A) half mile west of Great Neck Rd., Copiague. Turn right (north) on Deauville Blvd., library on right, next to elementary school; From West: Montauk Hwy. (27A) one mile east of Rte. 110/Broadway, Amityville. Turn left (north) on Deauville Blvd., library on right, next to elementary school.

More info: Diane Ives, 631-532-9926


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