Study: Sea level rise in NJ and Maryland

This article discusses sea level rise’s impact on property values will be greatest in N.J. Shore towns. Ocean City, N.J., faces the biggest hit to its property values from sea level rise on the eastern seaboard, surpassing even Miami Beach, according to a study released Wednesday.

This article discusses what climate change has done to Maryland. Here’s what one group studying tidal flooding found. The report details the findings of a peer-reviewed study, compiled by data scientists from Columbia University and the nonprofit First Street Foundations, that examined about 3.7 million coastal properties in Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. The tri-state region lost out on $862.1 million in relative property values from 2005 to 2017, according to the findings.

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