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Archive for the ‘19th century coastline’ Category

What was, what will be

Posted by G.A. Matiasz on June 14, 2007

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The above map is of the San Francisco peninsula in the 19th century, showing the creeks and original shoreline, before all the development and landfill.

Below are a couple of maps of the San Francisco Bay Area’s future, if sea levels continue to rise as predicted.

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(Sources: 19th Century Map, Sea-level maps)

Posted in 19th century coastline, Bay Area, life, maps, rising sea levels, San Francisco, San Francisco Bay, sea level | 2 Comments »