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Wednesday 13 December 2017
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Climate change excursion

Students standing along the sea wall at Granville.

A group of students and the Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust education officers recently headed out to Cedros, Icacos, Chatham and Granville to see for themselves, study and report the effects of sea level rise, global warming and climate change in these coastal areas.

Wildfowl Trust explorers.

This workshop excursion is a component of a Climate Change Project funded by the Federal Republic of Germany. This productive partnership is now in its sixth year.

2013 and 2017 pictures of porcelanite rock erosion and removal at Chatham.



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