The so-called nuisance floods will become more frequent and irregular by the mid-2030s
Nasa is predicting record flooding in the 2030s due to the Moon's 'wobble'.
The space agency says a 'wobble' in the Moon's orbit, combined with rising sea levels due to climate change, will lead to devastating floods on Earth.
The so-called nuisance floods will become more frequent and irregular by the mid-2030s, according to the Nasa study.
Space Journalist Leo Enright says coastal areas would be worst affected:
A "dramatic" surge in high-tide floods is just over a decade away in the US, according to NASA.— CNN International (@cnni) July 15, 2021
The rapid increase will start in the mid-2030s, when a lunar cycle will amplify rising sea levels caused by the climate crisis, a new study has found. https://t.co/LlekY4qbU0