Please join us at the Camden Yacht Club, for a very special evening discussion about rising sea levels in our area. As NOAA’s National Ocean Service Observing Systems & Infrastructure Manager, Rob Loesch is responsible for the nationwide (and US Territories) continuously operating real-time water levels and currents measurement systems. He ensures that these systems deliver near real-time continuous, highly accurate, high-quality measurements in all weather conditions. This requires the fusing of data from buoys, fixed stations, and satellites, and then presenting the products in a manner that is usable to engineers, sailors, and the public. He will talk about how data is stored, where the public can access it, and what tools are available for coastal towns like Camden to make predictions about sea level in five years, twenty years, and beyond. After the talk, attendees will know how to access data that shows NOAA’s best estimate of what water level risks are likely to impact Camden and when.