Sea Level Rise Will Hit Calif. Harder than Rest of West

Climate Central: By 2030, sea levels on most of California's coast will be 5 inches higher than 10 years ago. By 2100, it will be 3 feet higher. That's according to a new report by the National Research Council. The study arrived at numbers that aren't far from previous projections of sea level rise, but other research has been on a global scale, and this one focused specifically on the West Coast. "What was surprising to me was Oregon and Washington being so different,' Robert Dalrymple told me; he's a professor......

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