How the Sea Level Is Rising

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This report will define, classify, and will find solutions to the risk that most coastal regions around the United States or around the world are facing against Global Warming and how it is causing the sea level water to rise to a certain risky level that will push it to invade the coastal regions, particularly California’s coast. The news article is conveying the idea of mass augmentation of the water level and how it will affect the world’s ocean, vast wave movements that will tackle most coastal regions, and how this problem can be solved. Waves can be one of the most brutal ways to “wash away” or “molest” a coastal region but it becomes more physically powerful when it is accompanied with the rising of the sea level up 4.6 ft which is equivalent to (1.4 meters). The News article is clearly presenting us with this concept when the author stated “ According to the Pacific institute, and environmental Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) that specializes water, unchecked global warming may cause the worlds seas to rise more than 4.6 ft (1.4m)” Line 5-6. That can lead to the possibility of a harsh and dangerous wave attack that will wash away some of the busiest coastal ports in America such as the Long Beach Harbor or San Francisco Airport, or California etc. That is to say that the newspaper article also provides evidence that the climate change, or the air pollution that is occurring is the reason for this threat. You can see that as the author quotes in the article “ That’s the soggy future that could be in place for California at the end of the century if climate change continues unchanged” lines 4-5. Meaning that by the end of 2100 the coastal regions of California and many other districts will face the violence of the waves that will destroy approximately 100$ billion coastal property “Nearly $100 Billion worth of coastal property could be at risk-“ line 14. Some esearch that the article is portraying is that the...
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