This Past Week in WaterTank News:
Sick Wetlands in the West ♦ Two Firms Reinvent Pier Typology ♦ New Tide Gauge for Coastal Safety ♦ New Orleans Levee Failure ♦ Are Coastlines Ready for Hurricane Season ♦ Restoring the Everglades ♦ Louisiana City Sinking ♦ North Carolina creating More Natural Shorelines ♦ Del Mar Beach Faces Erosion
Climate Central - Few people will see the marshland that Beth Moseley helps spruce up during her volunteer outings to an industrial stretch of bayfront.
The Advocate - With hurricane season upon us, local thoughts are returning to the condition of New Orleans’ levees. This is especially true for residents whose yards back up to them.
Huffington Post - Hurricane season officially starts June 1, and weather forecasters are predicting an active season for hurricanes and tropical storms.
Express - A CITY and its wider area is sinking at an alarming rate which could affect more than one million people a shock new study by NASA has shown.
The News & Observer - To live by the sea is to be prepared for slow and sudden erosion of the shoreline, the loss of wetlands and the inland flooding that results.
The San Diego Union Tribune - Del Mar’s bluffs could recede more than 100 feet by 2100, its beaches could disappear and 100-year floods like those that swamped the county fairgrounds in the 1980s could become annual occurrences, as rising seas lap away at the coastal community, a new city study predicts.