Abstract or Description

According to the US Geological Survey, worldwide sea levels would rise by 14.61 meters if the Greenland and West Antarctic ice sheets were to melt due to global climate change. The red area demonstrates the land that would be under water near and around Acadia National Park if this catastrophic scenario were to occur.

About the Author

Henry Dodge is a student at Colby College studying Environmental Policy.

Source Data Note

Data were gathered from the US Geological Survey and the Maine Office of GIS.


In Copyright

HenryDodge Atlas of Maine Final.pdf (1985 kB)
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