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December 19 – High Tides Illustrate Vulnerability of San Diego’s Shoreline

Volunteer photography of highest tides to demonstrate potential impacts of sea level rise SAN DIEGO, Nov. 14, 2011 – Urban runoff, the single biggest threat to San Diego water, continues to impact the region’s water quality of inland and coastal waters. On Dec. 6, San Diego Coastkeeper invites residents to its Signs of the Tide: […]

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Climate Change and Sea Level Rise Resources

Non-profits California Coastkeeper Alliance (CCKA) coordinates, supports, and enhances the work of the local California Waterkeeper programs to provide a statewide voice for safeguarding California’s waters.  CCKA is currently working to strengthen statewide sea level rise policy. The Pacific Institute is a nonpartisan research institute that works to advance environmental protection, economic development, and social […]

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Mission Bay 1.5m Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU Mission Bay Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise1.5m sea level rise2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: the loss of […]

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Tijuana River 2.0m Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU Tijuana River Estuary Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise 1.5m sea level rise 2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: […]

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Mission Bay 0.4m Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU Mission Bay Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise1.5m sea level rise2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: the loss of […]

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Mission Bay Initial Conditions Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU Mission Bay Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise1.5m sea level rise2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: the loss of […]

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San Diego Bay Initial Conditions Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU San Diego Bay Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise1.5m sea level rise2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: the loss […]

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San Diego Bay 0.4m Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU San Diego Bay Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise1.5m sea level rise2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: the loss […]

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San Diego Bay 1.5m Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU San Diego Bay Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise1.5m sea level rise2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: the loss […]

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San Diego Bay 2.0m Sea Level Rise

Maps produced by Dr. R. Gersberg, SDSU San Diego Bay Initial Conditions Predicted habitat conditions in the year 2100, with: 0.4m sea level rise1.5m sea level rise2.0m sea level rise Key Findings from the SLAMM model For the whole San Diego coastline, the SLAMM model predicts that sea level rise may result in: the loss […]

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