Brian Fagan

University of California Santa Barbara

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Professor Emeritus of Archaeology at the University of California Santa Barbara and author, most recently, of The Attacking Ocean: The Past, Present, and Future of Rising Sea Levels

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In 2007, then-Governor Schwarzenegger commissioned a  study on the projected impacts of climate change  on six areas of California.

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