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December 20, 2018
Climate change, sea-level rise, and associated storms are putting Maryland’s people, property, natural resources, and public investments at risk. In a project funded by Maryland Sea Grant, a group of researchers led by Dr. Ming Li, UMCES, Horn Point Laboratory and Dr. Xiaohong Wang, Salisbury University have assessed the impacts of long-term sea level rise and episodic storm surge on coastal inundation over Maryland.
Through the team’s website, explore projections from 2003, 2050, and 2100 with two and three dimensional maps, and animation for storm inundation and nuisance flooding.