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Annual Number of High Tide Flooding Days
Figure 19.7National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Douglas C. Marcy
This figure appears in chapter 19 of the Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States: The Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume II report.
The figure shows the annual number of days experiencing high tide floods based on observations for 1960–2016 for Fort Pulaski, near Savannah, Georgia (black), and projected increases in the number of annual flood events based on four future scenarios: a continuation of the current relative sea level trend (gray) and the Intermediate-Low (dark blue), Intermediate (light blue), and Extreme (red) sea level rise scenarios. See Sweet et al. (2017)3bae2310-7572-47e2-99a4-9e4276764934 and Appendix 3: Data & Scenarios for additional information on projection and trend data. Source: adapted from Sweet and Park 2014.91aeffdb-e82f-4645-abe9-f6ea6909e979
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- chapter climate-science-special-report chapter 12 : Sea Level Rise (3bae2310)
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