Tag: "sea level rise"
Climate change and rising tides are predicted to take a toll on our shoreline areas in the Bay Area. Find out more about last winter's King Tides and what actions are underway to help plan for future sea level rise.
The geologic history of the greater Bay Area helps explain the unique geometry of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Post on Dec 16, 2010 by Brian Romans
Sea-level rise is happening and more than 100 million people could be affected globally over the next century even under somewhat conservative projections.
Post on Sep 02, 2010 by Brian Romans
There is no question that sea levels have been steadily rising, and will continue to rise at an increased rate in the future. So the real question is not, "Will it rise?" but, "How MUCH will it rise, and what can we do about it?"
Post on Aug 24, 2010 by Lindsay Kelliher
Wetlands — they are possibly the most diverse ecosystems on the plant, according to environmental scientists.
Post on Apr 18, 2010 by Roberto Daza
The most recent estimate looks pretty dire. The Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC), a state planning agency, says it expects San Francisco Bay to rise about 16 inches by 2050, and 55 inches by the end of the century.
Post on Feb 20, 2009 by David Gorn