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Ignore the ad stuff...enter your zip - then slide the sea-level bar to see how much more sea-level rise your area can take...

I'm right on the coastline....5 feet and my place is too wet..but I hear that my property is higher....


Robecology 9 Oct 9

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I'm at 68 feet elevation and on a bluff. 5 feet of sea level rise makes my property waterfront.

Plan ahead, bitches. 😉

1of5 Level 8 Oct 9, 2019

Something you all can do any company that insures homes. If you are within a mile or so of Any body of water they will not give you a quote! The first thing they ask is your Zip Code! Then they decline to talk to you, it has been this way for at least 5 years.


I can handle about 200’ of sea level rise after which I will own beach-front property, not a bad prospect.


This appears to only work for coastal areas. My place is 1600' above sea level so maybe I will be okay. Y'all just don't come to the Georgia mountains if you get flooded out. I like only having wild animals for neighbors.


I'm 220 feet above sea level and 120 feet above the river below me. If I flood the world has much larger issues.

But... Florida will become a total sinkhole!

@NoPlanetB I cannot agree with you more! 😉


No data for my county bordering Lake Ontario! Really. I feel so much better now!

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