POSTPONED – The Study of Barrier Islands – Past, Present, Future

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Date(s) - July 2, 2022
7:00 pm

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UPDATE – This event has been postponed until October 29. We apologize for any inconvenience but tickets already purchased will be good for new date.

 

The Study of Barrier Islands – Past, Present, Future will be presented at the Island Theatre, 4074 Main Street, on Saturday, July 2 at 7pm.

Offered through a partnership between the Museum of Chincoteague Island and the Chincoteague Island Arts Organization

A program of vital interest to all, especially Chincoteague residents, who are concerned about the effect of climate change on our beloved barrier islands. Dr. Christopher Hein will describe the forces that originally formed barrier islands and how those same forces continually change them, how they came to exist as the unique environments and ecosystems we know today, and the probable impact of climate change on them. Dr. HeinĀ is a coastal geologist and associate professor in the Department of Physical Science at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS), William & Mary, and leads the multi-institution Chincoteague Inlet Modeling Study, focused on the dynamics of, and best management practices for, Chincoteague Inlet and nearby barrier islands.

Advance tickets at $8 are available at the Museum of Chincoteague Island or online at
Chris Hein Presentation – The Study of Barrier Islands Past, Present, Future by Museum of Chincoteague Island | BetterUnite

Remaining tickets will be available at the door for $10.

Beer and wine cash bar.