April 20, 2012
In the 20th century, the sea level rose on average 8 inches along California’s coastline, research by Climate Central and others shows.
Middle-of-the-road expectations are that it will rise 6 to 8 more inches by 2030, 12 inches by 2050 and 24 inches by 2070.
By 2100, it could be 3 to 5 feet higher, said Gary Griggs, director of the Institute of Marine Sciences at UC Santa Cruz.
Complete bollocks. UC Santa Cruz was famous in the 1970s for being the dope smoking capital of America. Nothing has changed. There has been no rise in sea level near Santa Cruz for over 30 years.
There also has been no rise in sea level in LA for over 30 years.