The Realities of Sea-Level Rise in Miami's Low-Income Communities. (CityLab, 10/23/2016)
The orange arrow on the map points out the location of the Shorecrest Club Apartments. The water rose quickly. At noon on a brilliantly sunny day here, several blocks from the beach, a lake of salt water suddenly appeared in the street, filtered up from the porous limestone that resides underneath the whole county of Miami-Dade. On the corner of 79th Street and 10th Avenue [red arrow] in the Shorecrest neighborhood, people wandered outside their apartment buildings to stare at the rising water, sloshing through in rain boots to take out their trash.
Norfolk, Virginia: Call it nuisance flooding or high-tide flooding or sunny day flooding, but most of all call it more likely to happen. (2/23/2016)
Cherry Grove, South Carolina: Call it nuisance flooding or high-tide flooding or sunny day flooding, but most of all call it more likely to happen. (2/23/2016)
Sunny-day flooding in Miami Beach: The everyday reality and the political denial. (5/9/2014)