Three decades of climate satellite observations helps researchers understand the drivers of sea level rise.
View and analyze projections of high-tide flooding frequency in coming decades for coastal locations around the U.S.
A new plain-language guide can help coastal planners use scientific data to prepare for the effects of rising seas – including more frequent, minor flooding.
What can hidden motions underground tell us about earthquakes, eruptions, and even climate change? NASA scientists are using data gathered 400 miles (about 644 kilometers) above Earth to find out.
A new study sheds light on the connections between climate change, glacier melt, sea level, and the role of humans.