Extent of flooding by rising sea level if greenhouse
warming continues unabated and approximately one third of the world's
volume of land-bound ice and snow melts. The resulting rise would
place sea level about 30 m above present sea level.
Source:San Andreas Fault and Coastal Geology, from
Half Moon Bay to Fort Funston-Crustal Motion, Climate Change, and
Human Activity by Andersen D., Sarna-Wojcicki, A., Sedlock, R.
(2001). In: Stoffer, Philip W. and Gordon, Leslie C. 2001 (eds.).
Geology and Natural History of the San Francisco Bay Area, A Field-Trip
Geological Survey, Bulletin 2188. Field Trip 4, pp. 87-104. (Fig.