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|Next AIA-Orange County Society Lecture
Sunday, April 29, 2:00-4:00 PM
The Coastal Route:
North American Migration
at Concordia University.
Dr. Matthew Des Lauriers, Professor at Cal State University, Northridge will discuss his find along what Science Magazine called, “The Kelp Highway.” Since his first discovery of hints of early seafaring on Cedres Island, in the Pacific 80 miles WSW of Rosarito, Mexico, Dr. Des Lauriers has found 14 other sites dating to nearly 13,000 years ago, a density “unprecedented in North America.” His finds add to a growing list of sites that support the view that the first inhabitants of North America came by sea (ergo, the Kelp Highway). Dr. Des Lauriers, whose work is spotlighted in the August 11, 2017 Issue of Science, will discuss what his work reveals about the lives of these early travelers along our Western Coast.
Additional Information for Lectures at Concordia University ...
Refreshments will be served after the meeting.
Members - Free (members may also bring a guest free of charge)
Non-members - $5 suggested contribution
Students - Free
DeNault Auditorium in Grimm Hall
1530 Concordia West
Take Jeffrey Drive south from the San Diego Freeway (I-405)
Jeffrey Drive becomes University Drive south of the 405 Freeway
Turn left at Ridgeline Dr. and go a very short block
Turn right at Concordia East
Pick up a free parking pass at the gate house.
Park in visitor parking opposite Grimm Hall (see campus map)