Sandy Floods To Hit New York City In Every 5 Years Due To Sea Level Rise

Calamitous flooding in New York City like decimation from Hurricane Sandy is anticipated to wind up plainly significantly more typical in the coming decades, as indicated by an investigation distributed Monday.

Calamitous flooding in New York City like decimation from Hurricane Sandy is anticipated to wind up plainly significantly more typical in the coming decades, as indicated by an investigation distributed Monday.

Effects Due To Man Activities

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Rising ocean levels from man-made climatic change could result in devastating, 8-foot surges that used to happen once in every 500 years to happen once in every 5 years from 2030 to 2045, the researcher said.

In Last Five Years

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Five years back this month, Sandy dashed into the Northeast, killing many individuals and major parts of New York City under as much as 9 feet of water. On the whole, the tempest caused $70.2 billion harm.