Coastal California

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Coastal Carlifornia

Coastal Carlifornia, also known as the Carlifornia coastline, Golden Coast refers to parts of California near the ocean.

Geography[change | change source]

Coastal Carlifornia includes the North Coast, San Francisco Bay Area (including Silicon Valley), Central Coast, and South Coast. The coastline is slowly eroding because of natural processes and it may be happening faster because of climate change. In the last 100 years, the water level has gone to less than 6 in (150 mm) along the coast of California. In the next 100 years, the water is expected to go from less than 6 in (150 mm) to 9 ft (2.7 m), which is a danger to the many houses at the coast.[1][2]

Counties[change | change source]

The counties that are part of coastal California are:

References[change | change source]

  1. "Sinking Santa Cruz: climate change threatens famed California beach town". the Guardian. 2018-10-11. Retrieved 2021-09-03.
  2. Xia, Rosanna (2019-07-07). "The California coast is disappearing under the rising sea. Our choices are grim". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2021-09-03.