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Welcome to the Measures Explorer! Through the Waterfront Resilience Program, the Port has been studying urgent seismic and flood risks along the Port's 7.5 mile jurisdiction. In assessing and analyzing how vulnerable our waterfront is to these hazards, the Port has also begun to identify measures, or specific strategies for adapting San Francisco's waterfront in the face of earthquakes, flooding, and future sea level rise.

Explore the measures below to learn more about each specific adaptation strategy or visit the Measures Explorer Frequently Asked Questions for more information.


FLOOD MEASURES:
Physical InfrastructureEcological Infrastructure
Floodwalls

Levees

Ecological Marine Structures

Ecological Features

Seawalls

Breakwaters

Aquatic Habitat

Ecological Shorelines

Raised Marine Structures

Building Adaptations



Gates and Barriers

Deployables





SEISMIC MEASURES:
Geotechnical

Nearshore Seawall

Soil Buttress

Liquefaction Mitigation

Structural
Drilled Shafts

Super Bulkhead WharfBulkhead Wharf Retrofit


FLOOD AND SEISMIC MEASURES:

Policy and Emergency Preparedness

Policies and Zoning

Emergency Preparedness



Confused about the adaptation strategies above? Visit the Measures Explorer FAQs to learn more.

Thoughts to Share? We'd love to hear your feedback on the adaptation strategies above. Which strategies make sense to you and is there anything we've missed?

Welcome to the Measures Explorer! Through the Waterfront Resilience Program, the Port has been studying urgent seismic and flood risks along the Port's 7.5 mile jurisdiction. In assessing and analyzing how vulnerable our waterfront is to these hazards, the Port has also begun to identify measures, or specific strategies for adapting San Francisco's waterfront in the face of earthquakes, flooding, and future sea level rise.

Explore the measures below to learn more about each specific adaptation strategy or visit the Measures Explorer Frequently Asked Questions for more information.


FLOOD MEASURES:
Physical InfrastructureEcological Infrastructure
Floodwalls

Levees

Ecological Marine Structures

Ecological Features

Seawalls

Breakwaters

Aquatic Habitat

Ecological Shorelines

Raised Marine Structures

Building Adaptations



Gates and Barriers

Deployables





SEISMIC MEASURES:
Geotechnical

Nearshore Seawall

Soil Buttress

Liquefaction Mitigation

Structural
Drilled Shafts

Super Bulkhead WharfBulkhead Wharf Retrofit


FLOOD AND SEISMIC MEASURES:

Policy and Emergency Preparedness

Policies and Zoning

Emergency Preparedness



Confused about the adaptation strategies above? Visit the Measures Explorer FAQs to learn more.

Thoughts to Share? We'd love to hear your feedback on the adaptation strategies above. Which strategies make sense to you and is there anything we've missed?