Paul Thayer

Executive Officer, California Lands Commission

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Executive Officer of the California Lands Commission

Paul Thayer on KCRW

During the past century, sea levels along the California coast rose between seven and nine inches. In the next 100 years, climate change is likely to raise them by four or five feet.

Ports and Coast-Dwellers Get Ready for Rising Tide

During the past century, sea levels along the California coast rose between seven and nine inches. In the next 100 years, climate change is likely to raise them by four or five feet.

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