A Tale of Two Coastlines, Skirted by Swelling Seas

Reports from the National Research Council and the U.S. Geological Survey say that sea levels on both coasts of the United States are rising at an accelerating rate. Oceanographer Peter Howd talks about what’s pushing up the oceans, and which coastal hotspots may drown first.

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Peter Howd

Peter Howd is an oceanographer with the Cherokee Nation Businesses and a contractor for the US Geological Survey. He is based in  St. Petersburg, Florida.