Making and Unmaking of San Diego Bay
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San Diego Bay is a shallow estuary surrounded by a large population center. Changes in the climate resulting from the last ice age yielded lower and then higher sea levels. Human activity influenced the Bay. Humans have also built several major cities and filled significant parts of the Bay. This book describes the natural history and evolution of the San Diego Bay Area over the last 50 million years through the present and into the future.
Table of Contents
1. San Diego Bay Today. 2. Building the Land around the Bay. 3. The Bay Begins. 4. One Bay Becomes Two. 5. The First Humans Arrive. 6. Modern Times. 7. Future of the Bay Area
Gary C. Howard is the Manager of Scientific Editing at the Gladstone Institutes of the University of California San Francisco. He Received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University and was a postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and at Harvard University. He has edited sveral books, including three books for CRC Press.
Matthew R. Kaser is a Senior Partner at Bell & Associates in San Francisco and has been a part-time lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences at California State University East Bay. He was on the faculty of the Department of Pediatrics, UCSF, an NIH Fellow at Habor-UCLA Medical Center and held postdoctoral researcher positions at the University of California Irvine, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, and at Oxford University.