|Fig. 1 Norfolk, VA area|
The graphic at Fig. 1 was presented in the video of Retired Admiral Dr. David Titley.
It shows the number of hours The Hague has flooded over the years (the trend is obvious).
The tide gauge station that is still operative near that area is Sewells Point @ Hampton Roads, PSMSL Station #299 (Fig. 2).
The area abounds in ports, including a commercial sea port, naval port, and the like.
The area is threatened with sea level rise (SLR) and IMO will become extinct in terms of being the area it once was.
Even with the very low acceleration rate shown in Fig. 2, it shows that the area is going to be inundated.
The 1m / 3ft. level of SLR, even at the slow acceleration rate, takes place about 2031, and 2m / 6ft. at about 2050.
Extinction is not just happening to the flora and fauna of the Earth, it is clearly taking place on the east coast of the U.S.A. too.
The video where Dr. Titley presented the graphic (Fig. 1) is at the bottom of the following post (The Extinction of Charleston).
I found a flaw in the software SLC model that is generating the graphs I have been using the past few posts or so.
It was not accelerating in about the first 10 years of the future projections, so, that is being fixed.
I will show the results in a few days.