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Maps: Miami Sea Level Rise: 1-6 ft

These maps were created in 2013 as part of the High Water Line | Miami project/movement.

They illustrate sea level rise at one-foot intervals ranging from one to six feet. 158 more words


Cross Pollination

David Montgomery, a geomorphologist (a geologist that specializes in the study of changing topography over time), was recently in conversation with Krista Tippett for her radio show, … 452 more words


WIP: A Slice of the Bay Area, Part 1

The biggest perk of living in the Bay Area is the amazing variety of natural preserves to visit.  Particularly here in Silicon Valley, we are surrounded by easily accessed hiking trails.  580 more words


Surreal and Documentary Madison

Went to see FSA-era documentary photographer Ida Wyman’s “Chords of Memory” exhibit at the Watrous Gallery in Madison yesterday. Also checked out the Real/Surreal exhibit at MMoCA (Madison Museum of Contemporary Art), on loan from the Whitney Museum in New York. 100 more words


DIY: Lake Topography Maps

Being from Michigan, Lakes play a big part in all summertime fun. A couple of years ago I was inspired to capture my favorite lakes to enjoy year round. 140 more words


City of Miami Elevation Exaggerated 50X

As experienced at our human-scale on a regular, day-to-day basis, the topography of Miami is perceived as generally flat and undifferentiated. We have no great rolling hills or valleys or waterfalls . 371 more words


"M" Mud Bay—Outward Bound Episode 3, Aliens Among Us

There are no photos for this piece of my Outward Bound journey, because all of the following happened after dark, under a full moon, in a place called Mud Bay. 886 more words