The Bay Area will get a preview of California’s future this weekend as “king tides” roll in. Read More
Sea Level Rise
The future of the North Bay's Highway 37 is the subject of interest as it relates to sea level rise — flooding has already affected the highway causing its closure for 28 days in 2017.
Shoreline changes along Ocean Beach in San Francisco are a result of natural and human-caused factors, including sea level rise related to climate change, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area notes.
The Bay Conservation and Development Commission will hold a webinar from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesday, May 19, on its recently released Adapting to Rising Tides Bay Area report. Read More
The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) has issued an analysis of the myriad impacts rising sea level will have on Bay Area communities, illuminating where the region is most vulnerable and detailing recommendations for future planning. Read More
San Francisco has a plan to gird against of sea level rise brought on by the swirling and undulating Pacific Ocean that ceaselessly beats against the city's western shore. Read More
A new study in the journal PLOS ONE says millions of residents, including in the Bay Area, will be forced away from coastal areas and inland because of sea level rise. Read More
With the arrival of king tides this past weekend, some in the Bay Area may see roads go underwater, albeit temporarily. Read More
Tiny mice that are on the federal endangered species list are the subject of a feature in the latest issue of San Francisco Estuary Magazine. Read More
The Giant Marsh Living Shoreline project along the western edge of Contra Costa County has gotten underway with the goal of creating a healthy marine environment for native oysters, which will improve aquatic quality and help gird against sea-level rise. Read More