Decades of building and development along California's coast occurred during an unusually calm period in the history of the Pacific Ocean. But that period is ending, threatening to erode much of that construction while proposed solutions, including bigger seawalls and sand replenishment, have drawbacks.
Calif. coastal structures face grim future
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