This page includes a list of presentations given that relate to sea level. They are organized relative to the region of impact, going from local to global. We highlight work conducted by students.


Students are the key to the future, which is why we hold their work in such high regard. Below are some examples of this.


Humboldt Bay Symposium 2019

In April 2019 there were a series of presentations and discussions at the Humboldt Bay Symposium. We place the entire suite of presentations on a page devoted to the symposium. However, a few key presentations are listed below.

Humboldt Bay Initiative

Humboldt Bay Initiative is a local group that holds regular meetings to address issues related to Humboldt Bay. This group is tightly associated with the Coastal Ecosystems Institute.

We show some key presentations from past HBI meetings below.

On 29 August 2016 Jason R. Patton (Ph.D.) and Jeff B. Anderson (PE) presented the results from their  Landscape Conservation Cooperative (via U.S. Fish and Wildlife) funded research on sea-level rise in coastal northern California.

Science on Tap

Humboldt Science on Tap is a semi-regular informal meeting at Blondies where science and the public meet to learn about the latest science and social science that has relevance to people in Arcata and environs. Below we show some of these talks.

On 26 July 2016 Dr. Mike Furniss (U.S. Forest Service “retired”) gave a talk about sea-level rise. Below is a video of his talk.

On 5 December 2018 Dr. Furniss gave a talk on climate change and how the northcoast may fit into those changes.