Searching for Noah’s Ark Exponential

My LAMAR Institute colleagues, namely Rita Elliott, Dawn Chapman Ashlock and P.T. Ashlock, II and myself recently returned from the Sea Change Conference in Blackpool, UK. Dawn and I were co-presenters at that conference, which Dawn dished out to the audience with somber gusto. Our talk was about the historical relationship between humans, the Atlantic Ocean and Georgia’s barrier island of Ossabaw. Ossabaw Island is Georgia’s third largest barrier island. It is located at the mouth of the Ogeechee River, about 7 miles from Savannah. In our presentation, we foresaw evil portent of the gloom AND doom variety, thanks in no small part to the input from Dr. Clark Alexander and those busy science bees at NOAA. Meanwhile, a former Class 5, by then downgraded to a mere Class 3 Hurricane was passing by Ossabaw Island’s shores. I plan to upload our presentation on the LAMAR Institute’s website in the near future. In the meantime, you better get out your hammers and saws, cause we’zz about to “Wade in the Water, Wade in the Water Children, Wade in the Water…glub, glub glub, GLOBAL WARMING”!

Dirt Under the Nails, North End Plantation, Ossabaw Island, circa 2007?

 

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