Sustaining the Floridan Aquifer
With Todd Kincaid, Ph.D., geologist
By Seán E. McGlynn, Ph.D., Chair, Wakulla Springs Alliance
sponsored by Apalachee Audubon
Come join hydrogeologist Dr. Todd Kincaid as he discusses the importance of the Florida Aquifer and ways to help sustain it. This program is free and open to the public, sponsored by the Apalachee Audubon Society on Thursday, Sept. 15th at 7 pm, Social begins at 7 pm, Announcements at 7:15 pm & Program at 7:30 pm, will be held at FSU, King Life Science Bldg., Room 1024-Auditorium, 319 Stadium Drive, Tallahassee. We offer super easy free parking in the next door parking garage off Stadium Drive. See www.apalachee.org for directions and more program information.
Before the show, at 7:15, Jim Stevenson, former chief naturalist for Florida State Parks and a retired Department of Environmental Protection senior biologist will premiere his new short film, Following the Water to Wakulla Spring, directed by Eric Flagg.
Photo by Pilar Barrera
Bio: Dr. Todd Kincaid holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in geology and hydrogeology from the University of Florida and University of Wyoming. He has dedicated most of his professional life to mapping and understanding groundwater flow in many of the world’s karst aquifers. Todd is an avid scuba diver and he has been actively diving since 1979 and pushing the limits of cave and technical diving since 1987. Todd started the consulting company GeoHydros in 1999 to pursue work on caves and karsts, while also helping to establish the non-profit organization Global Underwater Explorers to share his lifelong interest in aquatic conservation.