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Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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Mud Flats Redux
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After some requests and on-air commentary. Here is a redux of the mudflat presentation the newsletter ran in 2015. Nothing has changed.
As you all know, the nearby mudflats have become an important part of the show as an ongoing check of the rising sea level that does not seem to be rising. I have promised to show you pics of this, so here are a few showing this mudflat/coastline along the I-580/California 12 – roadways that are only a few feet above sea level.
Here are the main mudflats used to determine the threat of the rising sea-level. This is the southernmost part of the mudflats shown on the map above. The freeway is elevated here but goes down to sea level just ahead.
A close-up of the above mudflats. Abundant bird life can be observed.
Further north (the uppermost arrow) the mudflats continue. More mudflats are up at the top on the other side of the small peninsula.