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World Maritime News - Warming Planet Sees Ever Rising Sea Levels

World Maritime News - Warming Planet Sees Ever Rising Sea Levels | Coastal Management | Scoop.it
In 2013, the vast majority of worldwide climate indicators—greenhouse gases, sea levels, global temperatures, etc.—continued to reflect trends of a warmer planet, according to the indicators assessed in the State of the ...
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Reports have proven an ever changing rise in sea-levels, through track patternts, changes and trends of the global climate system. These include greenhouse gases results.

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Stormwater Management Workshop sheds light on effects of sea level rise - Shore News Today

Stormwater Management Workshop sheds light on effects of sea level rise - Shore News Today | Coastal Management | Scoop.it
Stormwater Management Workshop sheds light on effects of sea level rise
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Monitoring the Stormwater Management Workshop held at the Potena Performing Arts Center in Margate July 17 is Dr.
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With the increase of sea-levels and hurricanes throughout America, city planners are deciding the best way to manage the storm water. This article than goes and explains how they are telling residents to not sell there shore-side house yet, as the impact of sea-levels won't happen for many more centuries. The council is going on and planning better ways to make these cities safe.

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Rising Seas: Will the Outer Banks Survive? - National Geographic

Rising Seas: Will the Outer Banks Survive? - National Geographic | Coastal Management | Scoop.it
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Rising Seas: Will the Outer Banks Survive?
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North Carolina's outer banks, a popular destination for tourists to visit and live is slowly being wiped off the map. With a combination of storms, development and sea-level rises over the narrow parts are collapsing. The beach has receded over 0.7km in the past 150 years. The erosion is set to worsen as the years go by, leaving many residents and tourists to move.

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Global Ocean Temperatures Haven't Been This Hot Since Before 1880

Global Ocean Temperatures Haven't Been This Hot Since Before 1880 | Coastal Management | Scoop.it
The world set a record for the hottest June on record, with ocean temperatures departing from average to a record extent.
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Seas and Oceans around the world have been having a massive temperature rise. These rises are meaning ice sheets are melting rapidly and causing sea level Rises. World records have been set with the water not being as hot since the 1880's.

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PHL to experience stronger typhoons as coastal sea levels rise 4x faster than ... - GMA News

PHL to experience stronger typhoons as coastal sea levels rise 4x faster than ... - GMA News | Coastal Management | Scoop.it
PHL to experience stronger typhoons as coastal sea levels rise 4x faster than ...
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And there's no denying it this time: it's directly attributed to anthropogenic climate change.
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With sea level rises happening four times as fast as usual, more typhoons have occurred in the Philippines and surrounding areas. Studies have shown that the warming tropical water in the Indian Ocean mixed with the warm western tropical water from the Pacific ocean and the cool water from the central-eastern Pacific ocean are causing easterly winds. These winds push the waters surface westward and this increases levels in the western areas of these oceans.

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Sea level surge changing coastal PEI - The Guardian Charlottetown

Sea level surge changing coastal PEI - The Guardian Charlottetown | Coastal Management | Scoop.it
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Sea level surge changing coastal PEI
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Andrew Doiron, left, CLIVE developer, and Adam Fenech demonstrate the Coastal Impacts Visualization Environment tool.
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Prince Edward Island is slowing disappearing as of the fact of Climate Change. Sea levels have risen at least a foot in the past century and although the island won't disappear for many more centuries, there will be vulnerable parts of the island that will go under before other parts.

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