"Sea level along contiguous U.S. coastlines could rise as much as one foot about today's waterline by 2050, according to a new analysis of three decades of satellite observations.
Scientists hope that these studies can help coastal communities prepare for any type of near-term flooding, whether it's catastrophic or minor.
Global sea level has been rising for decades in part because of a warming climate. Predicting exactly how fast they will increase over time is something that scientists have struggled with over the years. "
Christopher Carbone reports for the Daily Mail November 16, 2022.
Source: Daily Mail, 11/17/2022