Category Archives: Laguna Beach Flood Levels

World, US, and California Flood Maps

World, US, and California Flood Maps We use the online Climate Central flood map data at ss2.climatecentral.org to generate flood maps for California, the US, and the World.  In general, we start with the 6 foot flood maps, and go … Continue reading

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It’s Not Only What Climate Change Will Do to Our City, It’s to Our Whole Network

It’s Not Only What Climate Change Will Do To Our City, It’s What It Will Do To Our Whole Network We live in a complex interdependent world, where most of the connections are invisible to us.  Our city does not … Continue reading

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Hazardous Climate Change Effects in a Conservative IPCC Report

Hazardous Climate Change Effects in a Conservative IPCC Report The earth’s mean temperature has risen one degree Centigrade or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit from the pre-industrial age in 1750.  The European and Paris Agreement goal has been only a total 1.5 … Continue reading

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Building a Trumpian Sea Wall

Building a Trumpian Sea Wall Trump’s attacks on greenhouse gas regulations will be a major contributor to global warming for the foreseeable future.  This includes stopping improvements in CAFE cleaner car standards.  The EPA is halving the rate of methane … Continue reading

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Live Action Report of PAC Spending for the CA 48th Congressional District

PAC Spending for the CA 48th Congressional District First, my motivational messages for why Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher is no longer representative of the 48th California District.  We start with the rising sea level and its projected damage to Newport … Continue reading

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Sea Level Rise and Possible Increased Storms in Laguna Beach

Sea Level Rise and Possible Increased Storms in Laguna Beach Laguna Beach’s attractions have been the beaches, the canyon, the cliffs, the foliage, the artists who have settled here, and the community spirit and involvement. Our climate effects evaluation does … Continue reading

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Summary of Posts Relevant to Climate Action Plans for Southern California

Summary of Posts Relevant to Climate Action Plans for Southern California By Dennis Silverman UCI Physics and Astronomy My Blog is at: sites.uci.edu/energyobserver/  The Long-Term Outlook for Climate Sustainability An optimistic long-term outlook to 2100 to help survive the present … Continue reading

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Coverage of Downtown Laguna Beach from Different Flood Heights

We show maps of downtown Laguna Beach from flood heights beyond 6 feet above mean highest high tide.  There are of course two high tides and two low tides a day.  The average of the highest high tide is used … Continue reading

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