storms give glimpse of future sea-level rise

KPBS: Sensors buried in the beach can tell researchers how the sand and ocean behave in El Niño storms and give them insight into what might happen to coastal communities when sea levels rise. A San Diego scientist from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography is taking advantage of this week’s storms and high tides to test his models of sand movement on San Diego beaches. Researcher Bob Guza was out Wednesday in Cardiff with his team from Scripps burying sensors in the sand. “These sensors are......

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