Moon wobbles to cause coastal flooding by 2030, NASA study predicts voor

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The rapid rise will begin in the mid-2030s, when a lunar cycle reflects rising sea levels, caused by the climate crisis, found a new study led by members of the NASA Sea Level Change Science Team at the University of Hawaii. Only the far northern coastlines, such as Alaska’s, will have at least another ten years of respite, as prolonged geological processes cause these land areas to rise.
The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, is the first to consider all known oceanic and astronomical causes of flooding, the agency said in a press release.

Tidal waves require less water than hurricane storm surges, but the study’s lead author cautions that doesn’t mean they’re less of a problem overall. “It’s the accumulated effect over time that will have an impact,” Phil Thompson, an assistant professor in the Department of Oceanography at the University of Hawaii, said in a news statement.

“If it floods 10 or 15 times a month, a business can’t keep running with its parking lot under water. People lose their jobs because they can’t get to work. Seeping cesspools become a public health problem.”

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported more than 600 tidal waves in 2019. This new study predicts that these floods will sometimes occur in clusters of a month or more in the 2030s, depending on the positions of the moon, Earth and sun. Some cities can see flooding every day or two.

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The reason for this expected rise is linked to the moon’s 18.6-year cycle.

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Right now, it’s in the half that amplifies the tides – meaning high tides get higher and low tides lower. Along most American shores, current, the sea level has not risen so much that floods regularly exceed the flood thresholds.

But that won’t be the case next time, which will be in the mid-1930s.

That’s because of how a wobble in the moon’s orbit is combined with rising sea levels. The wobble isn’t new — it was first reported in 1728. But how this movement affects the moon’s gravity, the main cause of Earth’s tides, will create new flooding problems when combined with rising sea levels.

“Global sea level rise will be at work for another decade. The higher seas, enhanced by the lunar cycle, will cause a jump in flooding on nearly all coasts of the US mainland, Hawaii and Guam,” according to a NASA press release.

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