October 04, 2012 by David Loeb
Most of the people in the world–and most of their infrastructure–can be found in jurisdictions bordering the coast or coastal ...
July 01, 2006 by Christine Petersen
San Francisco’s Fort Funston is perhaps best known for dogs and hang gliders, but its cliffs also host a thriving coastal bank swallow colony.
January 01, 2005 by Doris Sloan
Daly City's cliffs hold tales of ancient seas and volcanic eruptions. But don't count on them to stand still under your feet, or your home.
January 01, 2005 by Dan Rademacher
In 1985, when Jane and Ray Pittsinger rented a house at 548 Esplanade Avenue in Pacifica, they had a 30-foot-deep ...
July 01, 2001 by Doris Sloan
The Pacific Coast north of San Francisco is justly renowned for its scenic beauty. It is also geology writ large, ...