Join me in a discussion of sea level and coastlines as places of scientific and political uncertainty! Saturday, July 29,… Read more 2017 Blue Room Lecture Series — San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
I’ll be teaching this June at the Summer Institute for k-12 Educators, titled The View from the Sea: Oceans in World History. This… Read more UC Berkeley: The View from the Sea: Oceans in World History
I’m looking forward to joining with a great group of scholars to participate in this workshop in February, 2017! This… Read more Ocean Legalities Workshop: The Law and Life of the Sea
I am excited to have been included in this edited volume, due out September, 2017. Island Geographies: Essays and Conversations (2016).… Read more The Deep Pacific: Island Governance and Seabed Mineral Development
Please join us for two sessions of action-packed presentations and titillating discussion about vertical territory and volumetric thinking. From oceans to outer space, bodies to nuclear power, the quaking earth and subterranean, we’ll have something for everyone. Hope to see you there!
February 12, 2013
The greater Los Angeles region is home to an estimated 13 million people. The region’s climate and culture is intimately tied to its coastal proximity. Famous for many things, the region is world-renowned for its envious climate, characterized by golden rays of sunshine and mild winters. The capacity of the ocean to store…