The Impacts of Sea-Level Rise on the California Coast: Thematic Maps

Published: February 26, 2009
Authors: Matthew Heberger, Heather Cooley, Pablo Herrera, Peter Gleick, Eli Moore

This information is being made available for informational purposes only as part of the project Impacts of Sea Level Rise on the California Coast. Users of this information agree by their use to hold blameless the State of California, and its respective officers, employees, agents, contractors, and subcontractors for any liability associated with its use in any form. This work shall not be used to assess actual coastal hazards, insurance requirements, or property values and specifically shall not be used in lieu of Flood Insurance Studies and Flood Insurance Rate Maps issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

population Figure 16: Vulnerable Population (296 K)
Roadways Figure 19: Vulnerable Roadways (123 K)
Railroads Figure 20: Railroads (185 K)
Electric Power Plants, CA Figure 21: Electric Power Plants, California (442 K)
Electric Power Plants, SF Figure 22: Electric Power Plants, San Francisco Bay Area (384 K)
Electric Power Plants, SoCal Figure 23: Electric Power Plants, Southern California (182 K)
WWTP, CA Figure 24: Wastewater Treatment Plants, California (258 K)
WWTP, SF Figure 25: Wastewater Treatment Plants, San Francisco Bay Area (273 K)
wetlands Figure 26: Existing coastal wetlands (306 K)
wetlands, norcal Figure 27: Viability of potential coastal wetland migration area, Northern California (157 K)
wetland, SF Figure 28: Viability of potential coastal wetland migration area, San Francisco (210 K)
wetlands, central Figure 29: Viability of potential coastal wetland migration area, Central California (130 K)
Wetlands, soCal Figure 30: Viability of potential coastal wetland migration area, Southern California (96 K)
slr_gmap Figure 31: Replacement value of buildings and contents (116 K)