Check out the map.

Check out the map.




So how did you do? My place is still high and dry. 4 foot rise by 2100?

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That site is hilarious! I didn't know "sea level rise" would affect non-tidal freshwater lakes and estuaries too! Doom! Repent, the end is near!

A five-year old with a crayon and a map would make more sense. Sad thing is this .org is probably pulling in the $$$ from fools and gov't grants.


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When I entered our NC address I received "No affected location found" Either they left us out or we're stayin dry just north of the WMB!


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It will be interesting to read what the 2016 report says. Between sea level rise and the land sinking around eastern NC. Nothing wrong with a professional second opinion.


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The data is for flood water not median sea level rise, am I doing something wrong?


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The risk model says for both. I take it selecting the 3-4 ft mark can show the projected 39 inch increase by 2100. It is interesting to see the different levels effect on the land. Even a 1 ft increase is impressive. Does not account for wave action but still a good tool.


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I will be long dead by then.


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Yea me to.


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In the 1970's you would be worried about the coming ice age. This environmental doom and gloom all started in the late 1800's.


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The map is a great tool for reviewing sound side flooding potential from a storm. I think more study is needed on this 39 inch projection by 2100. Not worried about this to many other real issues on the front burner.


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That site is hilarious! I didn't know "sea level rise" would affect non-tidal freshwater lakes and estuaries too! Doom! Repent, the end is near!

A five-year old with a crayon and a map would make more sense. Sad thing is this .org is probably pulling in the $$$ from fools and gov't grants.


You may not agree with how much rise, but the maps seem to be based solely on elevation data/contour lines.


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