1987. The Effects of Sea Level Rise Program provides a suite of science products and tools useful to coastal managers that are capable of evaluating coastal vulnerability under multiple sea level rise, inundation, and coastal management scenarios. On Campus – Fall 2018 From commencement ceremonies to rock climbing, campus was full of personal achievements this summer. King Tides: Snap the Shore, See the Future A collaboration of NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management and the King Tides Project to help people understand the global impact of sea level rise.  Data from the Sea Level Rise Viewer were used to create an interactive map that shows how areas vulnerable to flooding today were often marshlands in 1863. Sea level rise; Increased temperatures; Changes in precipitation and storm intensity; Ocean acidification; Examples of specific impacts that may occur in estuaries and other coastal areas include: salt-water intrusion into aquifers as the sea rises, flooding of coastal wetlands and marshes, changes to water availability and quality, "National Research Council. We compared the effects of three key environmental factors of coastal flooding: sea level rise (SLR), land subsidence (LS) and bathymetric change (BC) in the coastal areas of Shanghai. A further 49–60% of coastal resorts would be at risk from resulting coastal erosion. Sea level rise has the potential to devastate tourism and local economies; a sea level rise of 1.0 m (3.3 ft) would cause partial or complete inundation of 29% of coastal resorts in the Caribbean. America’s trillion-dollar coastal property market and public infrastructure are threatened by the ongoing increase in the frequency, depth, and extent of tidal flooding due to sea level rise, with cascading impacts to the larger economy. By 2050, sea-level rise will push average annual coastal floods higher than land now home to 300 million people, ... Map of the United States indicating high risk flood areas with sea level rise. doi: 10.17226/1006. New UCF Energy Plant Is Designed for Learning Suggested Citation:"5 Effects of Sea Level Rise in the Coastal Zone. As sea levels rise, the built-up areas behind these marshes will provide no opportunities for wetlands to migrate. intensive the impacts of sea-level rise by accelerating erosion in coastal areas and by removing protective natural buffer areas that absorb storm energy, such as wetlands and mangroves (Magadza, 2000). The net result will be billions of dollars in economic impacts affecting the livelihoods and sustainability of many coastal communities. Coastal threats are … As expected, the researchers found the greatest effects of sea-level rise migration will be felt by inland areas immediately adjacent to the coast, as well as urban areas in the southeast US. Key Message 1 Coastal Economies and Property Are Already at Risk. Responding to Changes in Sea Level: Engineering Implications.Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. The Impact of Sea-Level Rise on Communities and Coastlines A UCF professor discusses how seemingly small changes in sea levels will have big consequences for our coastlines. In coastal rivers, the interactions between tides and fluvial discharge affect local ecology, sedimentation, river dynamics, river mouth configuration, and the flooding potential in adjacent wetlands and low-lying areas.