Saturday Learning Series: 20,000 years in a blink of an eye – the past, present, and future of the Great Lakes.
January 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The Great Lakes were carved out by the movement of the glaciers during the last ice age. From a geological perspective, that glaciation was just yesterday. The ecosystems of the Great Lakes have developed since the ice receded. People have changed the lakes profoundly in the last two hundred years, and now the warming climate is changing the lakes completely. How did the Great Lakes form and change through time to what we know today? Join Dr. Titus Seilheimer for a journey through time to look at where the Great Lakes have been, are now, and going in the future.
This program will be in-person and online. Online details will be available prior to the event.