How Recontouring the Baylands can Make the Bay Area More Resilient
“How can making the sediment in the Baylands help protect the Bay Area against climate change?”
The Bay Area has a problem. Decades of infill developments in the Baylands have changed its sediment runoff cycle and left it exposed to flooding from rising sea levels. However, a consulting group has found that by reversing things to its natural order through softening its edges, tidal wave energy can be dissipated and upgradings the Bay’s safety by an order of magnitude. This is How Recontouring the Baylands can Make the Bay Area More Resilient!
[Image: Public Sediment/courtesy Resilient by Design]