L. A. Times hypes coastal cliff erosion 9+ centuries into the future at existing sea level rise rates

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The L. A. Times takes despicable propaganda advantage of the recent and tragic Encinitas bluff collapse to hype future bluff erosion impacts from 2 meter sea level rise increases that would in fact take over 9+ centuries to occur at existing NOAA tide gauge coastal sea level rise measurement rates.…

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California Dreaming and Erosion “Crises”

guest post by Jim Steele published in the Pacific Tribune July 24th What’s Natural? California’s spectacular coastline attracts tourists from around the world. Headlands of granite or basalt resist erosion, defiantly jutting out into the sea. Pocket beaches form where focused wave energy bites into softer sandstones and uncemented stream sediments. Relentless waves undermine and…