Presented by Dr. Thomas Wahl
Associate Professor for Coastal Risks and Engineering at the University of Central Florida
County Extension Office 5339 County Road 579
Seffner, FL, 33584 And on Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/5090969712?omn=82004950043
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Thursday, Dec. 7 6 pm: Photo Club (Click here to learn how to participate) 7 pm: Potluck (Bring a dish to share) 7:30 pm: Announcements and Program
Sea level rise is already threatening many coastal communities across Florida. In this presentation, Dr. Thomas Wahl will explain the different processes that lead to sea level rise, why it is rising faster in some places than others, discuss the various impacts it has for coastal residents, and highlight ways to offset those impacts. Wahl will point to several online resources where everyone can get information on how sea level and flooding may change for their particular location.
Thomas Wahl is an Associate Professor for Coastal Risks and Engineering at the University of Central Florida (UCF), where he is affiliated with the Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering Department and the National Center for Integrated Coastal Research (UCF Coastal). He obtained a Diploma in 2007 and PhD in 2012 in Civil Engineering at the University of Siegen, Germany. Afterwards he became a postdoc at the College of Marine Science at the University of South Florida. Before joining UCF in 2017, he was a Marie Curie Fellow of the European Union at the University of Southampton, UK.