Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market

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This has been going on in many places in the nation for decades.
Now one of the biggest victims of AGW showing evidence of what is to come.
For all you warming deniers: you Clowns who say "it's colder than normal in Chicago today, so it can't be warming".
Would you write a 30 year mortgage on a Miami waterfront house?

Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market
Properties on the coast now trade at Discounts as flood waters and ‘king tides’ damp enthusiasm for oceanfront living
By Laura Kusisto and Arian Campo-Flores
Wall Street Journal - April 20, 2018
Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market

MIAMI—Concerns over rising sea levels and floods are beginning to reshape one of the country’s largest housing markets, with properties closer to sea level now trading at discounts to those at higher elevations.

Research published Friday in the journal of Environmental Research Letters shows that single-family homes in Miami-Dade County are rising in value more slowly near sea level than at higher elevations, as buyers weigh the possibilities of more-frequent minor flooding in the short term and the challenge of reselling...
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Truly amazing that coastlines and sea levels never changed in all of recorded history until now, thanks to "Global warming".

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No, they rise more slowly after significant hurricanes.
This has been going on in many places in the nation for decades.
Now one of the biggest victims of AGW showing evidence of what is to come.
For all you warming deniers: you Clowns who say "it's colder than normal in Chicago today, so it can't be warming".
Would you write a 30 year mortgage on a Miami waterfront house?

Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market
Properties on the coast now trade at Discounts as flood waters and ‘king tides’ damp enthusiasm for oceanfront living
By Laura Kusisto and Arian Campo-Flores
Wall Street Journal - April 20, 2018
Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market

MIAMI—Concerns over rising sea levels and floods are beginning to reshape one of the country’s largest housing markets, with properties closer to sea level now trading at discounts to those at higher elevations.

Research published Friday in the journal of Environmental Research Letters shows that single-family homes in Miami-Dade County are rising in value more slowly near sea level than at higher elevations, as buyers weigh the possibilities of more-frequent minor flooding in the short term and the challenge of reselling...
[....]​

balance by subscription, but you get the picture.
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This has been going on in many places in the nation for decades.
Now one of the biggest victims of AGW showing evidence of what is to come.
For all you warming deniers: you Clowns who say "it's colder than normal in Chicago today, so it can't be warming".
Would you write a 30 year mortgage on a Miami waterfront house?

Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market
Properties on the coast now trade at Discounts as flood waters and ‘king tides’ damp enthusiasm for oceanfront living
By Laura Kusisto and Arian Campo-Flores
Wall Street Journal - April 20, 2018
Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market

MIAMI—Concerns over rising sea levels and floods are beginning to reshape one of the country’s largest housing markets, with properties closer to sea level now trading at discounts to those at higher elevations.

Research published Friday in the journal of Environmental Research Letters shows that single-family homes in Miami-Dade County are rising in value more slowly near sea level than at higher elevations, as buyers weigh the possibilities of more-frequent minor flooding in the short term and the challenge of reselling...
[....]​

balance by subscription, but you get the picture.
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Uh.. You might to glance at the evidence before you flee like a lemming from Miami real estate.



I'm gonna call the linear estimate about 30mm in 20 years. Which is FAR BELOW the world average. Which is 1.5mm/yr or 15mm/decade. For those of you with yardsticks -- that's 0.6" inch per decade.

The much larger problem is WHERE the newer parts of miami are being built. Everyone wants waterfront property or views and it was used up YEARS ago. And all of Florida is a big wet sponge. You ever flown over it? I was a private pilot in Florida for years. Looks EXACTLY like a wet sponge.

Water tables right near the coast are even more fickle than inland.

Anyways.. If you can't change consumer demand and CONTINUE to build right on the beach or waterways and YOU KNOW there's gonna hurricanes --- 6" of sea level rise shouldn't STOP your engineering plans. If you can't DEAL with 0.6" of sea level per decade --- you're NOT gonna survive hurricanes anyways.
 

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Would you write a 30 year mortgage on a Miami waterfront house?
Absolutely if I can sell it in 30.. If it can't stand 1.8" of supposed "global warming" SLRise, you're gonna be DEAD MEAT in a 12 FOOT storm surge or the annual Florida monsoons.
 

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Nibblin' on sponge cake,
watchin' the sun bake;
All those deniers addicted to oil
Sucking the CO , and Big oil BS
Tempers in Congress begining to boil


Wasted away in the Oilocracy
Claiming all alt energy shill gain
Same folks claim middle east is insane
But I know my addiction ain't changed


Some think it's treason, Redfords lost reason
With all his tar sands spillage ado
I liked him as sundance, so i gave him a chance
But wonder if he's got the slightest of clues.


Wasted away again in Oilocracy,
Searchin' through those kocktopus vaults.
Some people claim them cannuck pipelines ashame
But I know..... it's my SUV's fault.



I love when they flip flop,
and claim we're all on top
Tell us the troops will be coming back home.
But there's crude in the pipeline
And soon it will refine
That dark brown concoction that helps me drive on.


Wasted away again in Oilocracy,
Listening to them oilman explain
Some people claim climate change is their blame
But I know ......it's all just a game
Yes i know..... it's all just a game


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This has been going on in many places in the nation for decades.
Now one of the biggest victims of AGW showing evidence of what is to come.
For all you warming deniers: you Clowns who say "it's colder than normal in Chicago today, so it can't be warming".
Would you write a 30 year mortgage on a Miami waterfront house?

Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market
Properties on the coast now trade at Discounts as flood waters and ‘king tides’ damp enthusiasm for oceanfront living
By Laura Kusisto and Arian Campo-Flores
Wall Street Journal - April 20, 2018
Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market

MIAMI—Concerns over rising sea levels and floods are beginning to reshape one of the country’s largest housing markets, with properties closer to sea level now trading at discounts to those at higher elevations.

Research published Friday in the journal of Environmental Research Letters shows that single-family homes in Miami-Dade County are rising in value more slowly near sea level than at higher elevations, as buyers weigh the possibilities of more-frequent minor flooding in the short term and the challenge of reselling...
[....]​

balance by subscription, but you get the picture.
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Here is your "Climate change/ global warming" cause.....it's called stratospheric aerosol injection spraying as part of the (snicker) "Solar Radiation Management Program" that they claim they are not doing yet. The spraying of heavy metal nano-particulates into the ionosphere is creating the very problem the IPCC claims is due to serfs eeking out a living.......do these skies look normal to you???


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Time Warner, a leading advocate of Wheeze All Gonna Dye From Manmade Global Climate Warming Change just moved their HQ to the Manhattan waterfront
 

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Sorry, there’s no such thing as ‘sea-level rise’ – ask any rightwing nitwit.

The water’s just getting wetter.


If only the Seminole indians stopped driving cars 10,000 years ago we would be fine :(





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This has been going on in many places in the nation for decades.
Now one of the biggest victims of AGW showing evidence of what is to come.
For all you warming deniers: you Clowns who say "it's colder than normal in Chicago today, so it can't be warming".
Would you write a 30 year mortgage on a Miami waterfront house?

Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market
Properties on the coast now trade at Discounts as flood waters and ‘king tides’ damp enthusiasm for oceanfront living
By Laura Kusisto and Arian Campo-Flores
Wall Street Journal - April 20, 2018
Rising Sea Levels Reshape Miami’s Housing Market

MIAMI—Concerns over rising sea levels and floods are beginning to reshape one of the country’s largest housing markets, with properties closer to sea level now trading at discounts to those at higher elevations.

Research published Friday in the journal of Environmental Research Letters shows that single-family homes in Miami-Dade County are rising in value more slowly near sea level than at higher elevations, as buyers weigh the possibilities of more-frequent minor flooding in the short term and the challenge of reselling...
[....]​

balance by subscription, but you get the picture.
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No worries s0n.... very few are caring. It's just not on people's radar in 2018.:113:
 

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Absolutely if I can sell it in 30.. If it can't stand 1.8" of supposed "global warming" SLRise, you're gonna be DEAD MEAT...
LOLuddite!

https://gizmodo.com/why-are-sea-levels-in-miami-rising-so-much-faster-than-1797733450

Sea levels in South Florida have gone up about a Foot since the 1930s, but around 2011, the slow upward creep of the ocean seemed to kick into high gear, with tidal gauges recording much faster rates of sea level rise and residents noting a stark uptick in so-called “nuisance” floods.
A new study confirms that this was not Floridians’ imaginations: From 2011 to at least 2015, the rate of sea level rise across the Southeastern US shot up by a factor of Six, from 3-4 millimeters a year to 20, and a combination of oceanic and atmospheric processes seem to be responsible
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“The Miami area started getting almost an inch of sea level [rise] a year,” Hal Wanless, a coastal geologist at the University of Miami, told Gizmodo. “People noticed that.”



[png] Image/Graph won't post but Link:
https://www.greenpolicy360.net/mw/images/Sea_level_rise_Miami_area_tide_data_1996-2015.png

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Absolutely if I can sell it in 30.. If it can't stand 1.8" of supposed "global warming" SLRise, you're gonna be DEAD MEAT...
LOLuddite!

https://gizmodo.com/why-are-sea-levels-in-miami-rising-so-much-faster-than-1797733450

Sea levels in South Florida have gone up about a Foot since the 1930s, but around 2011, the slow upward creep of the ocean seemed to kick into high gear, with tidal gauges recording much faster rates of sea level rise and residents noting a stark uptick in so-called “nuisance” floods.
A new study confirms that this was not Floridians’ imaginations: From 2011 to at least 2015, the rate of sea level rise across the Southeastern US shot up by a factor of Six, from 3-4 millimeters a year to 20, and a combination of oceanic and atmospheric processes seem to be responsible
[.....]
“The Miami area started getting almost an inch of sea level [rise] a year,” Hal Wanless, a coastal geologist at the University of Miami, told Gizmodo. “People noticed that.”



[png] Image/Graph won't post but Link:
https://www.greenpolicy360.net/mw/images/Sea_level_rise_Miami_area_tide_data_1996-2015.png

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Just download your graph and upload the file

( not to complicated)


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Absolutely if I can sell it in 30.. If it can't stand 1.8" of supposed "global warming" SLRise, you're gonna be DEAD MEAT...
LOLuddite!

https://gizmodo.com/why-are-sea-levels-in-miami-rising-so-much-faster-than-1797733450

Sea levels in South Florida have gone up about a Foot since the 1930s, but around 2011, the slow upward creep of the ocean seemed to kick into high gear, with tidal gauges recording much faster rates of sea level rise and residents noting a stark uptick in so-called “nuisance” floods.
A new study confirms that this was not Floridians’ imaginations: From 2011 to at least 2015, the rate of sea level rise across the Southeastern US shot up by a factor of Six, from 3-4 millimeters a year to 20, and a combination of oceanic and atmospheric processes seem to be responsible
[.....]
“The Miami area started getting almost an inch of sea level [rise] a year,” Hal Wanless, a coastal geologist at the University of Miami, told Gizmodo. “People noticed that.”



[png] Image/Graph won't post but Link:
https://www.greenpolicy360.net/mw/images/Sea_level_rise_Miami_area_tide_data_1996-2015.png

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Just download your graph and upload the file

( not to complicated)


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Absolutely if I can sell it in 30.. If it can't stand 1.8" of supposed "global warming" SLRise, you're gonna be DEAD MEAT...
LOLuddite!

https://gizmodo.com/why-are-sea-levels-in-miami-rising-so-much-faster-than-1797733450

Sea levels in South Florida have gone up about a Foot since the 1930s, but around 2011, the slow upward creep of the ocean seemed to kick into high gear, with tidal gauges recording much faster rates of sea level rise and residents noting a stark uptick in so-called “nuisance” floods.
A new study confirms that this was not Floridians’ imaginations: From 2011 to at least 2015, the rate of sea level rise across the Southeastern US shot up by a factor of Six, from 3-4 millimeters a year to 20, and a combination of oceanic and atmospheric processes seem to be responsible
[.....]
“The Miami area started getting almost an inch of sea level [rise] a year,” Hal Wanless, a coastal geologist at the University of Miami, told Gizmodo. “People noticed that.”



[png] Image/Graph won't post but Link:
https://www.greenpolicy360.net/mw/images/Sea_level_rise_Miami_area_tide_data_1996-2015.png

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Actually, the uptick LUDDITE coincided COMPLETELY with the switch from using coastal TIDE GUAGES to satellite measurements. The rate was about 1.8 mm per year ALONG THE COASTS. And the tide gauges are NOT WRONG.

Since you don't know this shit -- the oceans are NOT FLAT and NOT uniform. So when you add in all the other surface area -- you;'re measuring tidal pools , currents, and weather a LOT more. But what's GERMANE to MIAMI is the measurements AT THE COAST..
 

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Coastlines historically change.........barrier islands come and go............it is a matter of nature and the ocean..........

Has went on far before and industry ever existed................
 

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