Severine Fournier

Research scientist, Ocean Circulation and Air-Sea Interaction group, NASA JPL.

Research scientist in the Ocean Circulation and Air-Sea Interaction group at  NASA Jet Propulsion Lab. 

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Scientists say that all 800 miles of California beaches may disappear in the next 80 years because of sea level rise caused by climate change.

In Our Backyard No. 5: Sea level rise means life on California’s beaches is ending up on the rocks

Scientists say that all 800 miles of California beaches may disappear in the next 80 years because of sea level rise caused by climate change.

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