Incredible Images America’s Famous Coastal Landmarks Under 12 Feet Of Water.

Incredible Images America’s Famous Coastal Landmarks Under 12 Feet Of Water.

Back Bay Boston

Back Bay Boston under 12 feet of water

Watery Boston: This image shows what the city’s Back Bay would look like if sea levels rose by 12 feet, with roads leading to the bay completely submerged

AT&T Park in San Francisco

AT&T Park

Soggy playing conditions: AT&T Park in San Francisco would need to become a water polo venue, according to Nickolay Lamm’s digital imaging

San Diego Convention Center

San Diego Convention Center

Flooded: The San Diego Convention Center would be completely unusable if sea levels rose by 12 feet, with water almost encroaching onto the road next to it

Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Venice Beach Boardwalk

Venice Beach: Los Angeles’ famous coastal hot-spot might only be navigable by canoe in the future, with the beach totally submerged by the waters of the Pacific

Art Deco Hotels, Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

Ocean Drive Miami

Road to nowhere: Miami’s Ocean Drive is a popular spot for a stroll and a cruise, but in a few hundred years it might be better suited to fishing expeditions

Alarming: The Boston Harbor Hotel will need more than a few sandbags in the future to keep the water out, if Climate Central is correct

Alarming: The Boston Harbor Hotel will need more than a few sandbags in the future to keep the water out, if Climate Central is correct

Drastic change: The Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC one day may only be accessible by boat

Drastic change: The Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC one day may only be accessible by boat

San Francisco's Crissy Field may one day be completely submerged

San Francisco’s Crissy Field may one day be completely submerged

How San Francisco's Crissy Field might one day look from above

How San Francisco’s Crissy Field might one day look from above

Water sight: Harvard campus would make for a nice boating lake in the future, apparently

Water sight: Harvard campus would make for a nice boating lake in the future, apparently

Soaked: The lush lawn in front of the Military College of South Carolina may be lost forever

Soaked: The lush lawn in front of the Military College of South Carolina may be lost forever

Sea-ing is believing: San Diego's Coronado Island may one day be claimed by the ocean

Sea-ing is believing: San Diego’s Coronado Island may one day be claimed by the ocean

This data map shows how Boston would be affected by sea level rises of 10 feet

This data map shows how Boston would be affected by sea level rises of 10 feet

New York would be one of several major U.S cities affected by major glacial melting

New York would be one of several major U.S cities affected by major glacial melting

A Nasa study looking at 40 years of ground, airplane and satellite data shows the melt is happening faster than scientists had predicted

A Nasa study looking at 40 years of ground, airplane and satellite data shows the melt is happening faster than scientists had predicted

Climate Central has mapped out how the whole of the U.S would be affected by a sea level rise

 

 

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