Sea level rise exhibits

Visitor viewing sea level rise exhibit at bridge to Rodeo Beach
Exhibit at Rodeo Beach with gauge marking future sea levels.

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As part of our efforts to get the word out on the consequences of climate change and to encourage visitors to do their part to counter this threat, Golden Gate has installed some outdoor exhibits. These exhibits illustrate how future sea level rise will affect aspects of Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the San Francisco area as a whole.

Exhibits located on the Golden Gate Promenade at Crissy Field and at Rodeo Beach in Marin Headlands include poles wih markers depicting projected future sea levels at the bridges crossing the lagoon entrances.

Check out Envisioning sea level rise in Golden Gate National Recreation Area for a step-by-step explanation of how we developed a set of complementary climate change exhibits for various sites in the park, focused on the impacts of sea level rise.

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Last updated: September 22, 2020

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