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Resilient Landscapes

Tuesday, at 7:00 p.m., the Journey Museum in Rapid City presents "Resilient Landscapes: The History and Future of Black Hills Floods."  The immersive program uses scientific data to visualize the 1972 Black Hills flood, paleo "mega" flooding and more recent flooding from extreme weather.  Media artist and theorist David McConville and Journey Museum Executive Director Raymond Summers described the program which is a partnership with the Worldviews Network, a NOAA-funded collaboration including the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the California Academy of Sciences, NOVA/WGBH in Boston, The Elumenati and NOAA's Climate Program Office.