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Average number of feet that California’s coastal cliffs are predicted to lose per year due to erosion. This means that by year 2100, the state, now thinner, could have lost up to 135 feet of cliffs to the Pacific Ocean, according to the Los Angeles Times. With sea levels predicted to rise due to climate change, clifftop communities in California could very well be underwater within a century.

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