Santa Cruz Needs A Plan To Deal With Seawall ErosionState officials are losing patience over erosion on a stretch of Santa Cruz coastline.
California’s Coastal Highway 1 Is Slowly Crumbling Towards The OceanHeavy rains have ravaged state Highway 1 in the North Bay.
Rogue Wave Blows Out Windows Of Pacifica RestaurantA rogue wave that broke the windows of an oceanfront restaurant in Pacifica and then flooded the ground floor was caught on surveillance cameras.
Golf Balls Littering Ocean Floor Near Pebble Beach LinksPebble Beach is one of the most beautiful places in America, among the most spectacular places to play golf anywhere.
Water Getting Too Warm For Lobsters On New England's Southern EndLobster lovers might want to be concerned about climate change.
El Niño Gone, But Ocean Temps Still Breaking RecordsThe latest study by climate scientists finds even though El Nino is gone ocean temperatures are still warmer than usual with continuing coastal sea rise worldwide.
Elephant Seal Pups Back In The Water After SoCal RehabTwo 6-month-old elephant seal pups have been released back into the Pacific Ocean after being treated at a rehabilitation center near Los Angeles.
Ocean Robot Developed In Palo Alto To Explore Unseen DepthsBay Area researchers are at the forefront of better understanding the ocean, and a robot developed in Palo Alto will help them explore what hasn’t yet been seen, nearly three miles down.
New Hope For Resurgence After Sea Otter Spotted Swimming Off SoCalThe rare sighting of a sea otter swimming just off Southern California has scientists hoping it’s a sign of a resurgence for the creatures that were once hunted to near extinction.
Person Reportedly Swept From Half Moon Bay Beach May Be Brisbane ManSan Mateo County sheriff’s officials are continuing a search Tuesday for a man who was last seen Monday entering the water at a Half Moon Bay beach where a missing man’s parked vehicle was found nearby.
King Tides Return -- When & Where There's Risk For FloodingKing Tides are a natural occurrence, not generated by any strong storm, so these high tides are predictable.
Rising Sea Temperatures Leaves Fairfield Bird Rescue Center Flooded With PatientsHundreds of hungry and exhausted seabirds are continuing to flood a Fairfield bird rescue center because of rising sea temperatures, leaving the center strapped for resources and volunteers.