23 April 2018

• Latest Issue of CTDEEP's Sound Outlook

“The concept of ‘Sea Level Rise’ is pretty well understood: As water warms, it expands. In addition, as the ice on land in the Arctic and Antarctic (polar ice) melts, that melted water flows to the sea. While there are various factors that contribute to sea level rise, these are two of the primary contributors to the increase in the volume of the earth's oceans, causing the height of the ocean surface (sea level) to rise…

“Many areas along Connecticut's shoreline are already experiencing this ‘concept’ of sea level rise, where flooding events are routine at high tide, without a storm in sight. Faced with this reality, many officials in these areas understand the need to plan for sea level rise....”

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