San Francisco's Characteristic Fog Thins By A Third Due To Climate Change, Threatens Redwoods

04/19/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Richard Alleyne Telegraph

The coastal fog along the Californian coast has declined by a third over the past 100 years -- the equivalent of three hours cover a day, new research shows.

And it is not just bad for scenery, the reduction in the cooling effect of the fog could damage the health of the huge Redwood Forests nearby.

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