Sea level rise could threaten residents, but Bay Area has no compre...

There are 2 comments on the Jun 12, 2010, Santa Cruz Sentinel story titled Sea level rise could threaten residents, but Bay Area has no compre.... In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Within two decades, developers could be enthusiastically selling stunning views, bay breezes - and up to 56,000 new homes - along the edge of San Francisco Bay.

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Holly

Santa Cruz, CA

#1 Jun 12, 2010
I herd in 30 Scotts Valley will have beach property.
Hans

Oakland, CA

#2 Jun 12, 2010
"Scientists say global warming will melt glaciers and ice sheets in the coming decades, and combined with the fact that ocean water expands as it warms, the result will be a steady rise in sea levels. Since 1900, San Francisco Bay has risen 8 inches. California's Climate Change Research Center predicts that sea-level rise in the bay could reach 16 inches by midcentury and 55 inches by century's end."

Someone tell this reporter that the propaganda campaign is over.

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