Dark Skies in Northern Arizona: Successes and Challenges

APA Arizona Chapter

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Thursday, October 27, 2016
7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. MST

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Overview

The City of Flagstaff became the first International Dark Sky City in 2001. This session, presented by staff from Lowell Observatory and the City of Flagstaff will explore the purposes, standards, and processes of light pollution management. The session includes a tour to view some of the successes and challenges in Flagstaff.

Speakers

Reggie Eccleston

Invited Speaker

Code Compliance Manager, City of Flagstaff 2014-Present August 2016 – Present (2 months)|Flagstaff, Arizona Code Compliance Officer, City of Flagstaff March 2014 – August 2016|Flagstaff, Arizona Work Crew Supervisor, Coconino County October 2011 – April 2014|Flagstaff, Arizona Area Director, Southside Community Association/Murdoch Community Center October 2011 – March 2014 (2 ... Read More

Jeff Hall

Invited Speaker

Director BA, Physics, 1986, Johns Hopkins University PhD, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 1991, Pennsylvania State University Dr. Jeffrey Hall has served as Lowell’s Director since June 2010. He joined the staff at Lowell in 1992 as a postdoctoral research fellow. He works with Dr. Wes Lockwood, Brian Skiff, and Len Bright ... Read More