Events for May 19, 2022
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Is pleased to conclude the WHFF Virtual 2022 season series with the feature documentary film CAT DADDIES by Mye Hoang (Thursday, May 19 through Sunday, May 22, 2022). The WHFF Virtual screening series presents independent films and special live events hosted on its online streaming platform every WHFF as well as independent films curated specifically…Find out more »
Presented by: Amadeus Beaujolin - Managing Director, Claire Papot - Scientific Manager, Clotilde Montouroy and Hugues de Kerdrel - expedition leaders, Eloise Le Bras - Marine Biologist, and introduced by Pelle Robbins from the WHOI Argo Program. Sponsored by: Physical Oceanography Department This will be a virtual seminar. You can join the Zoom Meeting here:…Find out more »
Resilient Woods Hole: Adaption Pathways Workshop: Coastal Resilience in Woods Hole: Charting a Course Forward Ready to Take Action for Climate Change?
Join us for the Adaption Pathways Workshop. Please register at the RWH website at www.resilientwoodshole.org - Gus Canty Community Center, Falmouth, MA ReslilientWoodsHole was initiated by: WHOI, MBL, and NOAA FisheriesFind out more »
RESILIENTWOODSHOLE COMMUNITY WORKSHOP: ADAPTATION PATHWAYS COASTAL RESILIENCE IN WOODS HOLE – CHARTING A COURSE FORWARD
It’s that time again. The second community workshop for ResilientWoodsHole will be held on Thursday, May 19 from 5-7 p.m., in person at the Gus Canty Community Center, 790 Main Street, Falmouth, Mass. Earlier this year the Woods Hole residential, business, and science community engaged on the issue of local vulnerability to sea-level rise and…Find out more »