Is sea level really going to rise in San Francisco?
Erosion from high tides and storm events is already wearing away San Francisco's Ocean Beach, and the bay is lapping the edges of the Embarcadero causing flooding during Storms. The San Francisco Bay is expected to see sea level rise more than four feet this century. For more information and an interactive map areas threatened by rising seas check out the State of California's Cal Adapt interactive sea leve rise tool http://cal-adapt.org/sealevel/
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