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Press Release 14-050
Long-term predictions for Miami sea level rise could be available relatively soon

City could know as early as 2020 how high sea level will go in the next century

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The skyline of downtown Miami along Biscayne Bay

The skyline of downtown Miami along Biscayne Bay: What will it look like in 20, 50, 100 years?

Credit: Virginia Fourqurean


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High-water marks on the wall of a Miami building

High-water marks on the wall of a Miami building: How high will sea level rise?

Credit: William Nuttle


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Tide-measuring station at Key West, Florida

Tide-measuring station at Key West, Fla., tracks sea level.

Credit: NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS


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Postcard from the 1920s showing a Miami Beach residence with Venetian gondoliers.

Postcard from the 1920s shows a Miami Beach residence with Venetian gondoliers.

Credit: William Nuttle


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Hydrologist Rene Price in the Florida Everglades sampling water and looking at notes

Hydrologist Rene Price measuring water chemistry in the Florida Everglades.

Credit: Rene Price


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Mangroves in Everglades National Park

Mangroves in Everglades National Park: Will they be swamped by future sea-level rise?

Credit: Rene Price


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