John Callender

Sea-Level Rise and Its Effects on Carpinteria

This coming Monday, August 21, at 5:30 p.m. at Carpinteria City Hall, there will be a public meeting to look at the issue of sea level rise vulnerability and adaptation. I’ve been making a series of videos on this subject; the latest one can be seen below.

A detailed study that looks at climate change impacts (including sea-level rise) on the South Coast was also published recently.

Sea Level Rise in Carpinteria, Part 3: Responses

Sea Level Rise in Carpinteria, Part 2: Predictions

Sea Level Rise in Carpinteria, Part 1: Vulnerability

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