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This is what sea level rise will do to coastal cities

This is what sea level rise will do to coastal cities

– Picture a map of Florida with its long sandy beaches and wetlands, or cities like New York, Venice, and Alexandria, all metropolises with some pretty watery boundaries. Now, try to picture what these might look like in 100 years.… Continue Reading

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Sea-Level Rise, Subsidence, and Wetland Loss

Sea-Level Rise, Subsidence, and Wetland Loss

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Ice Apocalypse – MULTIPLE METERS SEA LEVEL RISE

Ice Apocalypse – MULTIPLE METERS SEA LEVEL RISE

Ice apocalypse is the title of a new article written by meteorologist Eric Holthaus, contributing writer at Grist, published November 21st 2017. The basic premise rapid collapse of Antarctic glaciers will flood coastal cities. Holthaus begins, in a remote region… Continue Reading

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Top 10 American cities we could lose to rising sea levels

Top 10 American cities we could lose to rising sea levels

What is going on everyone? Can you swim well if you live in any of the cities on this list you might want to think about moving buying a houseboat or at least some water wings because the city you… Continue Reading

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Future Sea Level Rise: Top 10 Countries In Danger

Future Sea Level Rise: Top 10 Countries In Danger

Antarctica and Greenland combined hold so much ice that if it all melted, sea levels would rise by 80 meters, and they are melting, faster and faster. New research published in the journal Science looked at four different periods of… Continue Reading

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NASA’s Earth Minute: Sea Level Rise

NASA’s Earth Minute: Sea Level Rise

NASA has observed the earth getting warmer… and the sea level getting higher. What’s the connection? Just like mercury in a thermometer, water expands when it’s heated. And Earth’s ocean is taking in more than 90% of the heat from… Continue Reading