HAMPTON, Va. — The Hampton University Department Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences Seminar Series welcomes local sea level expert Dr. Ben Hamlington, Wednesday Feb. 1 at noon in Phenix Hall room 123. Hamlington's presentation is titled "Understanding Sea Level Using Satellite Remote Sensing."
"Dr. Ben Hamlington is head of Old Dominion University's Ocean Remote Sensing Group and a member of the Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography whose expertise lies in using satellites to monitor sea levels across the globe," said Dr. William Moore, professor, HU Department of Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. "Hampton Roads is among the most vulnerable regions to further sea level rise and the future of our region depends on measuring and understanding the present and future sea level."
Title: Understanding Sea Level Using Satellite Remote Sensing
Date/Time: Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017 noon.
Location: 123 Phenix Hall, Hampton University
For more information contact the Department of Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at 757-727-5108 or visit http://science.hamptonu.edu/aps/