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Interactive NASA Flood Maps.

 
CROW

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05/06/2012 12:59 AM

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Interactive NASA Flood Maps.
[link to flood.firetree.net]

lets you increase the water level and shows you what would happen.


Looks like Id be ok here even with a 60 meter water rise.

Not sure about a big tsunami though.

CROW
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05/06/2012 01:32 AM
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Re: Interactive NASA Flood Maps.
As interesting as this could be, there's no way that this is at all accurate.

I stuck in 13 meters - that's almost 40 feet..! of a rise in SEA LEVEL. That Japan EQ wouldn't have been nearly that high and look at what happened to that place. The map looks like there's barely a dent into Japan. At 40 feet that whole place would be in Davey Jones' Locker.
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05/06/2012 01:34 AM
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20M is when I would be under.

Thank you for the map.
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05/06/2012 01:35 AM

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I'm safe for about 275 meters by my calculations.

This is nice though, good find OP.
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05/06/2012 05:38 AM
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I'm safe :)
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05/06/2012 06:01 AM
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I'll be sleeping with the fishes then :(
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05/06/2012 06:05 AM
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I'd be living on a a private island at +30m, sounds good to me ;)
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05/06/2012 06:19 AM
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Re: Interactive NASA Flood Maps.
Woo Hoo! there are two islands and the Palos Verdes Peninsula in coastal Los Angeles. I'm on one of the islands. just barely.

that is so cool. I've actually been looking for something like this. also checked out the Salton Sea area.
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05/06/2012 06:51 AM
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hummm interesting I am at 100 m and yet it has me flooding out at 20 m not sure what to think of that to be honest. Can anyone explain these results for me?
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For every inch of sea level rise you lose up to 30 inches of shoreline. This allows for the tidal variations which tends to be increasing. A king tide with a storm surge needs to be factored into the calculations.
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bit disappointing it only goes up to 60 metres
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05/06/2012 07:09 AM
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Nice map OP, thanks :)

At +60m I would live by the beach ...

peace
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05/06/2012 07:09 AM
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I'll be sleeping with the fishes then :(
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05/06/2012 07:23 AM

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I'm good at 60m but a good bit of the city is not.
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Upon further inspection, I might need to invest in a small boat, as the highway system would be hosed at 60m+ and since I live between 3 rivers which show a great deal of expansion, I would be cut off from my family, both immediate as well as the in-laws (neither of which live more than 10 miles away.

I would basically be landlocked in the city. Yikes
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Well I live right by the ocean, but right up on a high cliff, according to the maps even after a 60m WAVE, my street will still be high and dry, although everyone around us is somewhat soggy!!!!!
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This map sucks. holland is nowhere to be found!

:p
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05/06/2012 07:40 AM
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I am good to 20M, and at that point i could build a jetty in my backyard and launch boats! my house will just be at the water edge - perfect! =D

anymore and ill be swimming with the fishes :P
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I'm in Northern Vermont...right on the Canadian border...about the middle of the State...even at 60m I'd be ok according to this.
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05/06/2012 08:36 AM

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I can hold my breath for a long time...
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05/06/2012 08:42 AM
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I'm in Northern Vermont...right on the Canadian border...about the middle of the State...even at 60m I'd be ok according to this.
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Are you in Barnet? I jumped that border alot & lived in Burlington.
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05/06/2012 08:45 AM
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Miraculously I stay dry, but im very close to the sea almost all around. Half of my country is submerged.

But it is impossible for the sealevel to increase 60meters, right?

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05/06/2012 08:54 AM
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For every inch of sea level rise you lose up to 30 inches of shoreline. This allows for the tidal variations which tends to be increasing. A king tide with a storm surge needs to be factored into the calculations.
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05/06/2012 08:56 AM

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I went with 60 meters... My hometown Houston is under water!

If anyone wants to see what it looks like 300 ft lower than what it is today 12,000 years ago - [link to www.iceagenow.com]
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05/06/2012 08:59 AM
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Even a 1m rise would submerge my house. I think i'll have to save up for a boat soon hiding
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05/06/2012 09:04 AM
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I'm totally safe.
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05/06/2012 09:20 AM
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3 M AND I'M SWIMMIN' WITH DA FISHES.

Looks like I better get a beggar paddle
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05/06/2012 09:28 AM
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Bummed it doesn't show the effect it will have in North America on the Great Lakes or the rivers that flow through the middle of the country..
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05/06/2012 09:36 AM
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I'm good to go if it rises 1000 meters. I live on a sailboat.
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Only goes up 60 meters, lame doom....lol
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