It’s a growing threat that sneaks in with the tide. Sea levels here in the Bay Area are expected to rise by a foot or more over the next several decades, potentially overwhelming levees and seawalls around the Bay. But now an environmental group says one of the most powerful weapons we have to fight back, is being literally, thrown away. … [T]ons of sediment that are dredged out of the Bay every year and barged out sea, or dumped in deep water … could be the perfect solution to bolster the wetlands that surround the Bay.
- San Francisco Chronicle: MicroClimates: ‘The Power of Mud’