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High Tide Flooding

High Tide Flooding

6:57 | We visit Annapolis, Maryland, a state capitol, home of the U.S. Naval Academy, and seaside tourist town that has seen a dramatic increase in floods in recent years.

Rising Waters: A Warmer World

Rising Waters: A Warmer World

1:10 | With satellites, airborne missions, shipboard measurements, and supercomputers, NASA has been investigating sea level rise for decades.

Our Dynamic Earth: Rebound and Subsidence

Our Dynamic Earth: Rebound and Subsidence

2:14 | The Mississippi River Delta is essentially drowning as sinking ground is combined with higher sea levels. NASA is studying this case with an airborne campaign designed to study how sediments are accumulating on the delta.

Why scientists are so worried about this glacier

Why scientists are so worried about this glacier

4:58 | The Thwaites Glacier, in West Antarctica, has retreated more than 14 kilometers in the last two decades as warm ocean water undermines it. It’s why scientists are racing to find out how close it is to total collapse.

Rising threat from the seas

Rising threat from the seas

42:25 | How high will the oceans rise due to climate change? The projections are the subject of dispute, with scientists continually correcting their estimates upward.

Sea Level Rise

Sea Level Rise

6:59 | Sea-level rise is one of the inevitable results of global warming.

Our Rising Seas

Our Rising Seas

31:39 | The present sea level rise is due to human-produced climate change. That accelerating rise is unevenly distributed around the globe, with certain areas much more vulnerable than others.

WTF gør vi med klimaet – Redningsplanen

WTF gør vi med klimaet – Redningsplanen

6:24 | Vandstanden i verdenshavene stiger som følge af et varmere klima. Hvilken betydning har klimaforandringerne for vandstanden i Danmark? Magnus Millang og hans bror Emil advarer i denne video danskerne om konsekvenserne.

Rising Seas: How Fast, How Far?

Rising Seas: How Fast, How Far?

31:32 | Observations show that the seas are indeed rising, and that the rise in the 20th Century is unique in the context of the previous millennia.