Sea Level Solutions Day – Oct 16

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Citizens of South Florida can now help do something about seasonal flooding in their communities.Eyes on the Rise is working with the Sea Level Solutions Center (SLSC), the Office of University Sustainability and the School of Communication & Journalism at Florida International University, the Miami-Dade County Office of Resilience, and the CLEO Institute, to collect data on King tides and flooding in the community, with your help!

Com join us to participate in flood reporting (via the Eyes on the Rise app) at different locations around Miami. Participants will be given “citizen science kits” and provided with instructions on how to collect useful data by taking simple measurements of flooding. We will then reconvene at the venue (Vizcaya Village & Garage) to view the results of their work on a projected map.

7:30am-8:00am          Samplers check-in (distribute citizen science kits and info/location placards)

8:00am-8:30am           Introduction and presentations

8:30am-8:45am           Demonstration of citizen science sampling kits

8:45am                        Sampling time starts – groups with Team Leaders go out for sampling at various locations

9:15am-10:15am         Peak sampling time (groups with Team Leaders go out for sampling at various locations)

10:45am                      Sampling Ends

11:30am                      Samplers reconvene

11:30am                      Presentation, team prizes and closing performance

12:00am                     Event ends

More details about this event can be found on our SLSC Calendar here, including useful information about King Tides.

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