A tale of two harbors: Rockland by the mud; Rockport by the weed. April 2nd 6pm  Belfast


Community Happenings
Belfast Free Library
Belfast Maine
Ron Huber
coastwatch@gmail.com
207-593-9242
www.penbay.net
Apr 02, 2014
6:00 PM - 7:30 AM
Photo by: Maine DMR Mud Plume in Rockland Harbor

"A tale of two harbors: Rockland by the mud, Rockport by the seaweed".

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 6-7:30 pm in the Belfast Free library's  3rd Floor Conference Room. Free and open to all
Join the Friends of Penobscot Bay in the Belfast Free Library's 3rd floor conference room on Wednesday February 5th ,  to consider the incredible differences between two bay floors waters only a few miles apart

A tale of two harbors: takes you by underwater video  to  Rockland Harbor's  lobster burrow-riddled mud and its  triple canopy bouldertop  kelp forests, near its breakwater,  then down the steep rock walls off Rockport's Deadman's Point, to colorful rolling hills and vales of  multiple seaweed species, bryozoans and  more, as verdant and lovely as can be.
In this third event in our Winter 2014 series, we'll take a look at how differences in water circulation and depth  have produced entirely different but equally successful ecosystems in our mysterious Penobscot Bay - and ponder what changes in these two habitat types we may expect as the water warms and turns less alkaline
Come find out Wednesday, April 2, 2014 6-7:30 pm in the Belfast Free library's 3rd Floor Conference Room.

For more information FOPB website: http://www.penbay.net/