Huntington Beach, California
Southern California’s beaches are nowhere near as vulnerable as those on the East Coast, but all of them are expected to steadily lose sand. The beaches in and around Orange County’s Huntington Beach, a laid-back but upscale city of 190,000, are expected to last the longest — holding on to about 200 yards of precious sand into the 22nd century. In fact, Huntington and nearby Seal Beach could pick up more than a million cubic meters of sand swept away from other beaches, according to the California Department of Energy.
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