San Diego Science Festival

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The Inaugural San Diego Science Festival will unite our community to showcase the Science & Innovation that makes San Diego unique! Join us for the first full-scale celebration of Science the West Coast has ever seen! The month-long event celebrates the Science and Innovation all around us with events, lectures, and activites countywide to engage all audiences from students, to teachers, to parents, to science professionals, or anyone that is just curious. For more information see:...

FLOOD EVACUATION SYSTEM( place in town)

submitted by: Boukhari

ASSIMILATION OF A FLOODED CITY

SDSU Geological Sciences - Seminar - Robert Gaines

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Paleoenvironments, Paleoecology, and Exceptional Preservation in Burgess Shale-type Deposits - Robert Gaines; Department of Geology, Pomona College: Cambrian Burgess Shale-type (BST) deposits occur worldwide and offer a remarkable window on the initial Phanerozoic radiation of the Metazoa. However, BST deposits also represent significant deviations from the constraints that govern the typical operation of the fossil record. These deviations remain to be adequately accounted for,...

BILD1: Global Warming

submitted by: Brittney

BILD 1 Fall 2008
Kavita Atwal
My Thai
Tamara Todorovic
Daniel Eun Gyo Seo
Brittney Hui
Arvind Fri 3-4pm

BILD1: a message to the president- the bonkuisha hour

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BILD1 Fall 2008, Derrick Shen, Arian Saki, Linus Liu, Kristen Lednovich, Akshay Chaudhari, Dulce Santacruz-rivera, Friday 12pm-12:50pm, TA: Maria Sisneroz.

Rising Tide

It’s not the extra few feet of water that make sea level rise so dangerous. It’s the extra few feet during a storm during El Niño during high tide, say researchers.