South Florida and Sea Level Rise May 12, 2015 webadmin ⋅ Water Intrusion ⋅ Anatomy of a slow motion catastrophe. Video focuses on mounting challenges facing residents and property owners in south Florida as saltwater intrusion and rising sea level become increasingly problematic. Like 0 Thanks! You've already liked this « How to Professionally Repair iPhone Water Damage » Sarasota Home Improvement Remodeling Construction 22 Comments TheBetterGame November 12, 2014 @ 4:23 am Don’t worry guys, the scientists are all lying, the sea levels wont rise — 2005 deniers. Rand Huso November 12, 2014 @ 4:53 am So how soon before the insurance companies pull out? Collin Maessen November 12, 2014 @ 7:11 am steven fowler November 12, 2014 @ 3:15 pm The barnacles are talking. Will we listen? #climateCHANGE #paris2K15 Desi Cortina November 19, 2014 @ 10:32 pm Yes, it is happening right now. Sea levels are rising and collectively we aren’t doing much about it. South Florida and Sea Level Rise vengencefrom1979 November 26, 2014 @ 5:42 am hey neo-thal global warming deniers, I hope you are so bold with your denials and false testimonies when florida goes under, I’m sure there will be a lot of homeowners wanting to have a word with you. ebaltrace January 8, 2015 @ 8:10 pm Last time I was in Miami there was about 2 feet of water in many streets. Something is obvious …Miami is flooding. Rod Crosser January 11, 2015 @ 2:47 am State Farm………….. rod 15 won’t make a difference. what about the toxicity from Fukushima coming further inland and continuing? Max Peterson January 23, 2015 @ 12:24 am On the list of places not to move to due to climate change. Annette Jordan March 10, 2015 @ 12:33 am one possible solution: install cisterns! there is plenty of fresh rain water coming down, just need to capture it Aerik Forager March 21, 2015 @ 12:46 am The Phenomenon that shall not be named… Absurd! youtbe999 March 21, 2015 @ 3:56 pm It’s nothing that tall boots and leased SUV’s can’t solve. And, don’t live on the ground floor. Donald Murphy March 22, 2015 @ 7:35 am Florida voted for a climate denying Governor and Senator i say let em drown Berny Shomstein March 22, 2015 @ 2:17 pm I moved onto the Miami oceanfront years before this was such a problem. Like my ancestors that escaped pogroms, revolutions, and who knows what else, I’ll leave the coast. And probably South Florida. I’ll leave this place, get new junk. Probably 1 really good hurricane and I’ll be out of here. Have fun while Miami’s still dry. Leslie Graham March 23, 2015 @ 2:14 am It’s pretty obvious the lefties have been out at night picking off the barnacles and moving them up the rocks. The hoax continues. George Maccarone March 24, 2015 @ 5:41 am Use all the dumbass Florida Republicans as sandbags to make a dyke around South Florida. That’s about all they’re good for. Akiko A. March 29, 2015 @ 6:11 pm The phenomenon that shall not be named #climatechange Owen Iverson March 30, 2015 @ 11:53 am fun times! Perceus Rex April 12, 2015 @ 8:32 pm could it be that simply S. Florida is sinking? Have they checked, I didnt hear it be brought up… Perceus Rex April 12, 2015 @ 8:38 pm The main reason sea water is coming in, (its actualy drawn in by over-consumption) Low aquifer levels are a big problem in Florida. It’s a 400 mile sandbar on limestone peninsula. We have sink holes where water heads down to the aquifer. Where I live the Green Swamp is the sink hole for the Floridan Aquifer. We have springs near by which is the same water surfacing a few decades later. Rainbow Springs, Citrus Springs, and Silver Springs are a few examples. Clermont chain of lakes are Spring fed. Seawater intrusion is produced when aquifer levels are lowered below sea level. Florida has a lot of people. Especially in coastal cities. Companies like Nestlé pumps millions more out per day to sell in bottles. Zephyrhills is a similar water exporter. Another contributor to low aquifer levels is ZERO hurricanes or tropical storms since 2005. Nasty as they are, they provide feet of rain. I know we are supposed to attribute all malady to global warming, but when I dig a bit, I cant buy it. Augusto Rangel May 7, 2015 @ 8:16 pm joe lynn May 8, 2015 @ 6:52 pm I knew this shit was coming 40 years ago so I built my house in Indiana.