Latest Subsidence Stories
New data suggests that the Mississippi Delta is still sinking, but at a much slower rate than previously estimated.
Greatest Impact to Land, Structures Found in Greene, Washington Counties HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan.
A new study of local sea-level trends by researchers at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) brings both good and bad news to localities concerned with coastal inundation and flooding along the shores of Chesapeake Bay.
A large section of northwestern Harris County â€“ particularly the Jersey Village area â€“ is sinking rapidly, according to a University of Houston (UH) geologist who has analyzed GPS data measuring ground elevation in the Houston area.
Environmental scientists at the University of Pennsylvania and Durham University have employed a novel combination of geological and model reconstructions of wetland environments during a 10,000-year period to address spatial variations in sea-level history and provide quantitative estimates of subsidence along the east coast of England.
An international team of environmental scientists led by the University of Pennsylvania has shown that sea-level rise along the Atlantic Coast of the United States was 2 millimeters faster in the 20th century than at any time in the past 4,000 years.
The 'Coastland Map' produced by scientists from Durham University and published in the Journal GSA Today, charts the post Ice-Age tilt of the UK and Ireland and current relative sea-level changes.
More Than One Million Homes in PA Sit Atop Abandoned Underground Mines BELLE VERNON, Pa., Jan.
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