Kelp Restoration Project Update Report
with Bob Kiel
Report given during BEACON Board Meeting March 15, 2019
SB County Flood Control presentation from the March 15 BEACON Board Meeting. Agenda Item # 9.
This presentation was given at the BEACON Board Meeting on Friday, March 15, 2019. The Powerpoint has been converted into a video:
King Tides are predictable, larger than normal high tide events that occur a few times a year when the moon is closest to the earth. A more scientific name is perigean spring tides. King Tides are interesting because they help to illustrate what more normal high tide events will look like in the future as sea level rise becomes more pronounced.
Part 2 Maureen Spencer Santa Barbara Flood Control
Dan Hoover USGS, Glen Shepard Ventura County Wathershed Protection District, Matt Roberts City of Carpinteria
The Coast and River Report
Miscellaneous photos showing damage to Goleta Beach, March 2016: