Southern California's coastal cliffs could lose between 62 and nearly 138 feet due to rising seas by the end of the century, the US Geological Survey estimates. The loss could prove enormous in monetary terms, with luxurious private properties and significant infrastructure endangered.
Video: Rising seas seen as threat to Calif. cliffs
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