When the Ice Caps Melt, Here's What Will Be Left of NYC

When the Ice Caps Melt, Here's What Will Be Left of NYC

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Tara Bellucci
Feb 23, 2015
(Image credit: Jeffrey Linn)

In 100 years, the sea level in New York is set to rise six feet. Cartographer Jeffrey Linn looks a little farther into the future, about 1,000 years to when one-third of the ice sheets have melted, raising the sea level 100 feet. What's left of NYC? Not much. Meet you in the Wet Village.

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