BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Roland Burgmann

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It’s not just warming oceans and melting glaciers that are causing sea levels to rise and are threatening to flood coastal areas — a new study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that the subsidence, or sinking, of coastal land around the San Francisco Bay Area exacerbates the expected sea level rise and flooding risk to local populations.
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It’s not just warming oceans and melting glaciers that are causing sea levels to rise and are threatening to flood coastal areas — a new study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that the subsidence, or sinking, of coastal land around the San Francisco Bay Area exacerbates the expected sea level rise and flooding risk to local populations.
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New research from the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory may save lives and property by providing residents of coastal areas with more than 20 additional minutes to evacuate from dangerous tsunamis.
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New research from the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory may save lives and property by providing residents of coastal areas with more than 20 additional minutes to evacuate from dangerous tsunamis.
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Movement along fault lines may be a strong indicator of when large earthquakes will occur, according to a team of researchers from UC Berkeley and Japan.
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Movement along fault lines may be a strong indicator of when large earthquakes will occur, according to a team of researchers from UC Berkeley and Japan.
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Campus seismologists have discovered that the Hayward Fault is connected to the Calaveras Fault, meaning that an earthquake could rupture on both faults and cause a more destructive earthquake than once thought.
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Campus seismologists have discovered that the Hayward Fault is connected to the Calaveras Fault, meaning that an earthquake could rupture on both faults and cause a more destructive earthquake than once thought.
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