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King Tide at the Arcata Marsh 

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Mark McKenna
Elliot Dabill with Friends of the Arcata Marsh tells the group about the California King Tides Project.
Mark McKenna
Elliot Dabill with Friends of the Arcata Marsh discusses how the sun and moon impact our tides and how they align to form King Tides in January.
Mark McKenna
Sherry Van Fossen photographs the King Tide at the Arcata Marsh.
Mark McKenna
Elliot Dabill with Friends of the Arcata Marsh explained how sea level rise would effect the marsh and the bay, as well as the city of Arcata’s plans to minimize the impact.
Mark McKenna
The apex of the King Tide as seen from on of the marsh trails.
Mark McKenna
The sun broke through as the tide reached its historic high.
Mark McKenna
Birds skim the surface of Humboldt Bay during the historic King Tide.
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Mark McKenna
Sherry Van Fossen photographs the King Tide at the Arcata Marsh.

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