Baykeeper Updates Related to Sea Level Rise

Blog Post: February 13, 2015
Baykeeper is creating a new tool to help protect the San Francisco Bay shoreline from sea level rise, the San Francisco Bay Shore View Project. Watch the ABC 7 news piece here: http://abc7news.com/science/google-working-to-map-san-francisco-bay/515645/ As global climate change causes sea levels to...
Press Release: December 19, 2014
Media Advisory SAN FRANCISCO – Some of the year’s highest tides will occur December 21-23. These high tides, called King Tides, give a preview of flooding the Bay Area can expect as global climate change causes sea levels to rise. Baykeeper will be on the San Francisco shoreline to discuss the...
Blog Post: May 22, 2014
Baykeeper will soon launch a new project to document and photograph the San Francisco Bay shoreline by boat. Our goal is to provide information that can be used to improve protection for the Bay from pollution and sea level rise. We will use innovative technology to publish an online “Street View”...
BK In The News: January 1, 2014
The highest tides of the year, known as king tides, are flowing back into the Bay Area this week. Thanks to Northern California's unseasonably dry and sunny weather, the higher than normal water levels are not expected to cause any serious flooding in low-lying areas. But they provide fresh...
BK In The News: December 30, 2013
“King tides,” which are about a foot above the average high tides along the San Francisco coast, are hitting the state’s shorelines today through Thursday, and the California King Tides Initiative is encouraging more people to experience the occurrence by taking photos. “We think these super high...
Monthly Column: February 4, 2013
Some of the highest tides of the year take place February 7-9, giving the Bay Area a preview of what’s coming as global climate change raises sea levels. These exceptionally high tides are called king tides. They occur every year when the gravitational pulls of the sun and moon reinforce one...
Featured Stories: January 9, 2013
The highest tides of the year take place this week, giving the Bay Area a preview of what’s coming as global climate change raises sea levels. These exceptionally high tides are called king tides. They occur when the gravitational pulls of the sun and moon reinforce one another. While not caused by...
Blog Post: August 24, 2012
How fast and how far will climate change raise the water level in San Francisco Bay? Baykeeper’s new interactive graph provides answers based on the latest projections from the National Academy of Sciences. Click here or on the graph below to view the full version. [[wysiwyg_imageupload:279:]] The...
BK In The News: July 11, 2012
San Francisco Bay is surrounded by hazardous waste that will leach into groundwater and the bay itself when sea levels rise.
BK In The News: February 9, 2012
KTVU reports on the impact of rising sea levels on Bay Area communities in coming decades.

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