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United States of America in 2100 by JaySimons United States of America in 2100 by JaySimons
This is the map of the United States of America east coast and surroundings in fictional 2100 rising sea level scenario.

After global warming and rising of sea level sharply escalated, sea level is now 100 meters higher than it was in year 2000.

For that, major parts of United States of America, including NY, Washington D.C. are now sunken under sea level, and people have migrated further to the inlands.

To see 2100 map of Italy: [link]
To see 2100 map of Germany:
[link]
To see 2100 map of Britain: [link]
To see 2100 map of entire Europe: [link]
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DrCowAndrewBloodie Mar 26, 2014  Student Artist
I hate all who sinked florida.
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:iconkushinlos:
How did you make these?  I love these!
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:iconjdailey1991:
What would the entire North American climate be like?  What ecosystems will each region witness?  I'm from Nebraska, so how will it be affected now that the coast is a lot closer?
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y2kaoss Feb 6, 2014  New member Hobbyist
Hey great job!!! Do you have a hi-res version so we can see all those city names?
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y2kaoss Feb 6, 2014  New member Hobbyist
Hi, great job!!  Do you have a hi-res version so we can see all those city names?
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:iconrobinhl:
Even if *all* the ice melts, the sea only ("only") goes up 60 meters - and that will take several hundred years. The problem is serious enough that this exaggerated shit is extremely irritating.
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:icondavyjones2:
bro, read the description, it's a "fictional" scenario x)
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:icondmc5x2:
is this when all ice caps have completly melted?
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a-manders Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is actually quite unsettling. I wouldn't want to see this happen!
This is very cool, and i can imagine some great dystopian novels being based on this concept.
on another note though, wouldn't the Great Lakes' water level rise also? It appears unchanged compared to the drastic coastal difference.
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:iconrmacdhai:
Poor Florida, we will miss you.  But Pennsylvania finally gets a beach!
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